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27-10-2012 09:26 #11
27-10-2012 15:30 #12
I'm currently studying for Children's Nutrition.
After being helped ourselves by a nutritionist for DS and his behaviour (eliminating foods that trigger bad behaviours and intolerances) I really became interested in the topic.
I was never career minded when I left school, and never went to Uni or Tafe, so 20 years later, I think I have found my calling.
I am doing my courses via long distance online education.
However, the course I need that will allow me to practice legally (gives you the license to consult) costs $4000.
So, I have to save up for that. But for now I am just doing many short courses to gain as much knowledge before hand.
Good luck in your decision!
28-10-2012 15:39 #13Senior Member
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thank you everyone :-) bumpity bump
28-10-2012 16:58 #14Senior Member
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Re: Anyone been to a dietitian or nutritionist before? why? and did they help?
My 2 DSs see one, for food intolerances (both boys) and the youngest for constipation issues as well. They are both apparently underweight too, so for that as well
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