Online Master's in Nutrition Education Resources
The way you think and plan is 2 of 5 steps to healthy eating suggested by AU Professorial Lecturer Trina C. Ulrich, MD and AU student Lindsey VanWagner.
It is your first class in an online program and you are ready to go, but have some uncertainties about what the online experience will be like. What is expected of you? How do you navigate the online platforms?
For many entrepreneurs entering the health field, their career goals include starting a private practice or health company. With the various forms of technology, marketing strategies are easily accessible and can be used to gain... Read Full Article
It is of utmost importance for parents and caregivers to provide children with positive mentorship during food preparation and meal times.
Community health programs are as wide-ranging as the health needs of the US. The basic objectives of community health programs are to provide health education and health promotion activities to address health problems and to... Read Full Article
Although excessive belly fat can be an indication of poor health in both men and women, males may be less likely to change their exercise or dietary habits solely to address abdominal fat.
Community gardens are more than just a growing trend for close-knit communities in North America. They’ve quickly become a way for families, neighbors and friends to eat healthier, save money, and limits food waste. Believe it, or... Read Full Article
Nearly 80 million adults in the United States are classified as obese. Part of the obesity epidemic in America stems from the overwhelming amount of junk food available in this country, and the fact that most people are unaware of... Read Full Article
As you do your research on additional nutrition education and decide if a master’s degree is the right path for you, you may be interested in our new guide, Why American University’s Online Master’s Degree Programs. The guide... Read Full Article