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What nutrition advice can fitness professionals offer their clients?
There is often much confusion regarding how much information you can provide your client on nutrition. You should not be writing dietary...
Assessing a client's dietary intake, a guide for the fitness professional
Assessing a client’s current nutritional intake is important in order to obtain information on their consumption of energy,...
A guide to nutrition consultations for the fitness professional
Performing regular consultations with the client specifically about their diet can be a vital role in ensuring their adherence to any...
Nutrition psychology: behaviour change
Research suggests, through the theory of planned behaviour that if a client perceives that suggested behaviour as positive, if their...
Nutrition psychology: food and self esteem
Food itself can directly affect a client’s mood and self-esteem, it is vital for you to recognise that when it comes to confidence...
Nutrition psychology: self esteem and self efficacy
Self-efficacy is defined as ‘confidence in one’s own ability’. Self-esteem is defined as “confidence in one’s own worth” (Bandura...
Nutrition psychology: endogenous and exogenous stimuli
Endogenous stimuli Endogenous stimuli otherwise known as internal triggers are thoughts feelings and sensations inside an individual that...