Nutritional Consulting

 
What is a Registered Nutritional Consulting Practitioner
An R.N.C.P. is a qualified practitioner who provides to individuals or groups, guidance pertaining to the building and maintenance of nutritional well-being. Such counsel may include:
Recommending food selection and preparation
Recommending food supplements (vitamins, minerals, enzymes, glandular concentrates, proteins, essential fatty acids).
Educating clients about the benefits of a sound nutritional program to encourage the body to heal itself.
Evaluation of their client's food intake, usually over a given week. Particular attention is paid to the proportions of protein, fat, starches, sugars and fibre consumed.
Designing a program specifically for each client taking into consideration such factors as height, weight, age, sex, level of exercise or physical activity, dietary goals, food preferences, sensitivities to specific foods, dietary habits, religious beliefs respecting the diet and nutritional deficiencies.
 
The Main Focus of Nutritional Counseling is Wellness and Building Health
Ultimately, the cells in our bodies are built from the raw materials we eat. The more suitable our food choices are to our specific requirements, the better cell structures we can build.
Since every person is biochemically unique, individual nutritional imbalances and weaknesses must be assessed.
An R.N.C.P. will introduce new dietary habits, incorporating the latest nutritional breakthroughs, but it may be difficult to achieve optimal health through food alone. In such cases, RNCPs are trained to design personalized dietary supplement programs.
Environmental pollution, metal toxicity, parasites and allergies are among other factors that must be considered in constructing a nutritional program.
 
Why Seek the Services of an R.N.C.P.
Clients may wish guidance in the following areas:
Weight Normalization
Pregnancy or Lactation
Family Nutrition, Children, Seniors
Convalescence
Understanding the use and abuse of food supplements
Making sense out of conflicting theories on nutrition
Understanding the consequences of specific food choices
Learning how to make choices more appropriate to their needs
Sports nutrition
Learning how to balance the nutritional needs of the body
 
A visit to an R.N.C.P. will be an educational experience where one will learn to make lifestyle changes that will have a long-lasting effect on the quality of life. By law, anyone can call them self a nutritional counselor, but only those who have thoroughly studied nutrition and have met the requirements of the International Organization of Nutritional Consultants (IONC) are granted the R.N.C.P. designation.
 
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