This nutrition degree program introduces approaches that can be integrated into practice—such as mind-body skills, mindfulness, and meditation—to help achieve optimal health, healing, and vitality in clients.

一区二区三区高清视频|国产女人 四虎www4hv|巨乳童颜 www,4hvYour holistic approach can help patients with obesity, high blood pressure, depression, and chronic pain. Because the integrative nutrition field takes into account the variety of factors that impact physical health, Integrative and Functional Nutrition students learn how to craft personal therapies for patients.

Courses like Foundations of Integrative and Functional Nutrition, Advanced Nutritional Biochemistry, and Therapeutic Diet and Menu Planning prepares students for their careers.

The M.S. track at Saybrook typically takes between 21 months and 2 years to complete. The program satisfies many of the requirements to become Certified Nutrition Specialists® (CNS) and Certified Clinical Nutritionists (CCN)*. Graduates of the nutrition degree program can go on to work in:

  • Hospitals, long-term care facilities, and outpatient facilities
  • Spas, yoga and wellness centers, culinary institutes, schools, prisons, restaurants, and corporate cafeterias
  • Corporate wellness programs
  • Sports medicine
  • Natural products and dietary supplement industries
  • Consulting
  • Public health and policy organizations
  • Research and development

Available Minors

  • Integrative Wellness Coaching
  • Mind-body Medicine

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*The Master’s in Integrative and Functional Nutrition degree program is designed to fulfill the academic portion, and a portion of the supervised practice experience, required for the . The Master of Science in Integrative and Functional Nutrition degree program is designed to meet the core academic requirements for the Certified Clinical Nutritionist credential (CCN) and is preapproved to allow graduates to waive the 56-hour Post Graduate Studies in Clinical Nutrition (PCSCN) requirement of the Clinical Nutrition Certification Board (CNCB). The Master of Science in Integrative and Functional Nutrition degree program does not lead to eligibility for the Registered Dietitian Nutritionist (RDN) credential. Students should contact the appropriate board for eligibility requirements, and their State Department of Health to determine which of these certifications may be recognized for practice in their state, as well as any other licensing, registration, or certification requirements, as they are subject to change.

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