Certified nutritionist training

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Avatar n tn the fact is that we have a mismatch between the insulin on board and the insulin we need. Depending on the type of workout, a certified diabetes educator or endocrinologist will guide you to (1) increase the protein/carbo you eat prior to the workout (and/or during your workout) and/or (2) adjust your longacting/basal and/or your short-acting insulin for a period that might start before and/or continue a while after your workouts.
Avatar m tn Hello all... I am from Germany and I am a certified nutritionist and I am researching on weight loss so I have joined this forum to learn and share my views about weight loss.
Avatar f tn Thanks for your comment, yes I like all, I just never had such cravings in my life, thank god they are all healthy, but can eating a VERY large sweet potato be good? or maybe 2 CANs of beets, etc. I am of excess. I was hoping to see if there was a common nutrient in all that I crave, and picking up some of that through a supplement. Any thoughts?
Avatar n tn Try a lymphatic drainage massage by a certified lymphatic massage therapist. as a supplement to your weight loss program. By itself this massage will detoxify your system plus a temporary loss of water weight. But by adding this detoxification to your weight loss program you will boost your sluggish metabolism and see faster more permanent results. Remember to only use a massage therapist who is certified in lymphatic manual drainage massage.
1358758 tn?1390767067 Mine provides reproductive endocrinology services, has had a fellowship in RE, completed a residency in Obstetrics and Gynecology, and is certified in advanced operative laparoscopy and advanced operative hysteroscopy so he seems to have the proper training. Just wondering if the RE credential is critical or not.
481379 tn?1208372347 s nutritionist is not replying, I will, I am a certified nutritionist and alkaline is best...avoid digestive disorders like GERD, inflammation problems, just google up alkaline foods and you will know which is best to eat...but alkaline is best and your body will thank you for it...you can even bathe or drink apple cider vinegar to help you become alkaline....Connie Allen, CNC, messengerofheallth.
Avatar n tn Take iron suppelments for yourself. For your kids ask their doctor, but in the mean time Flinstones with iron might help.
516040 tn?1213837018 Figure out what foods you can tolerate. If it were me, I would work with a nutritionist (especially one that understands anxiety disorders and reflux). They can set some caloric goals and help you figure out a specific program instead of just willy-nilly eating throughout your day - structure helps with accountability, too. Getting support wherever you can (like a nutritionist, among others) helps for any pursuit.
Avatar f tn He is board certified in obstetrics and gynecology with subspecialty Fellowship Training in Infertility and Reproductive Endocrinology. That fellowship training means he is not board certifited in the Sub-Specialty of Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility. From what I can find according to ASRM, SART, SREI and other groups they all recommend that you choose a clinic who has a Board Certified RE.
Avatar f tn The most luck women tend to have are with certified nurse midwives (have a 4 year degree plus additional midwife training) or certified professional midwives (still trained but only in midwifery). As long as you find a certified, competent, and experienced midwife and are low risk (as in no diabetes or pre-eclampsia, placenta preva, etc.) then this is a safe option. I also highly recommend going to the ICAN website (ican- online. com) for support and educational resources :) Best of luck!!
694961 tn?1228732588 Cheers frootbar, I'll give that a try. what is msm, and buffered vC?
Avatar f tn My son had trouble with toilet training in a similar way. He would sit on the toilet for an hour and not be able to "go". This problem worsened during the school year, both because he did not like to use the school bathrooms, and because if he had to go at an "inappropriate" time, the teachers would not allow it, insisting that the 20 minute recess and the 40 minute lunch break were adequate opportunities. This contributed to a severe constipation problem.
7677085 tn?1395374075 My doula is becoming certified so she has 75% of her training done :). Lol guys.
847433 tn?1243009652 "A Neurologist specializes in the diagnosis and treatment of all types of disease or impaired function of the brain, spinal cord, peripheral nerves, muscles and autonomic nervous system, as well as the blood vessels that relate to these structures.".... Taken from ABMS- American Board of Medical Specialtiess Board Certification IS in "Psychiatry & Neurology". Board certification is not just in Neurology or not just in Psychiatry.
1042487 tn?1275279899 I want to thank you for sharing all you do with us. I think we must all remain open minded, and if in doubt, check it out for ourselves. This is what I did, and found you offer excellent, well founded advice. I agree also that we need to look at entire picture as a whole, when evaluating what is best for our overall health. Our bodies encounter the domino effect when one thing is off, so I look at the big picture. This topic is intriguing and I'm learning a lot....Thanks.
Avatar n tn I am not a physician, but a volunteer and the mom of a type 1 diabetic. I would suggest you call your son's endocrinologist or CDE (certified diabetic educator). I would go over your sons training schedule, school schedule and meets. They would be the best to advise you as to how much your son should eat as a snack before hand and how to regulate his insulin for meets. Exercise and stress can lower Blood sugars so your son might require less insulin and more carbs.
1856046 tn?1330237245 HCSP (Hepatitis C Support Program), a part of HCV Advocate, offers train the trainer workshops so you can become certified as a Hep C trainer. It is excellent training if you work with Hep C people, have Hep C yourself, want to start a live support group, or just to know. I will be attending the training in Sacramento in January, to be given by Alan Franciscus, HCV Advocate founder/leader and Hep C SVR'r himself!
Avatar m tn This is not a chiropractor, but a board certified pain management doctor, usually with training in anesthesia, and advanced training in pain management and interventional treatments.
Avatar f tn It seems to go beyond normal, the part of feigning to be sick to get you to do what she wants. My brother is in his sixties now and still hardly eats anything, and my parents let him get away with it because he had a tremendous temper and it was just easier that way. Kids figure out what they can get away with. But as her way of getting what she wants is getting out of your control, it might be time to pursue some counseling whether professionally or in-family.
Avatar f tn Yeah, get your meat heated up or the meat, cheese, and sandwich toasted. I started working at one last week, and there is NO sanitation training whatsoever (I happen to be ServSafe certified, so I know all the ends and odds).
Avatar f tn Go see a chiropractor! One that is Webster certified would be best (means they have specialized training on how to help pregnant women).
Avatar n tn If you have a board-certified pediatric ophthalmolgist you should be in good hands. If not - you need to find one asap. They have excellent training and should be able to easily diagnose and treat your daughter. She could have been just using one eye to do things while the other eye could be a lazy eye and at risk for permanant amblyopia.
Avatar m tn Research the surgeon, make certain the doctor is a board certified GYN/oncologist. They have 3 years additional training and survival rates tend to be a bit better when the surgery is performed by a board certified GYN/oncologist. Have the ascites been biopsied? Quite often, ascites come back with cancer cells. No one is 100 percent certain until the masses are biopsied....give your mom her best fighting chance....the surgery needs to be done by a BOARD CERTIFIED Gyn/Oncologist.