- a person who is trained or expert in the science of nutrition.
Origin of nutritionist
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Examples from the Web for nutritionist
The problem, says UC Davis physiologist and nutritionist Linda Bacon, is that very few people can lose weight and keep it off.Why Your New Year’s Diet Will Fail
December 30, 2014
If you identify with two or more of the following traits, you may want to seek out a nutritionist or counselor, according to Dunn.Orthorexia: When Healthy Eating Becomes an Obsession
October 25, 2014
Nutritionist and trainers escorted players assigned to lose or gain weight to the buffet line and sat with them.College Football Fattens Players Up and Then Abandons Them
October 4, 2014
A nutritionist can also help you calculate your consumption with a food diary, and can pinpoint your top sources of sodium.The Truth About Salt: Should You Shake the Habit?
May 5, 2014
She previously worked as an economist and a nutritionist with the World Health Organization.Medea Benjamin, the Woman Who Heckled Obama, Is Not Sorry
May 24, 2013
- a person who specializes in nutrition and the nutritive value of various foods
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Word Origin and History for nutritionist
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- One who is trained or is an expert in the field of nutrition.
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