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Best Health - - LETTERS - KAREN GILMAN

In re­cent months, the Col­lege of Di­eti­tians in Al­berta has taken own­er­ship of the term ‘nu­tri­tion­ist’ be­cause they be­lieve that the pub­lic is be­ing con­fused be­tween di­eti­tians that call them­selves ‘nu­tri­tion­ists’ and ‘holistic nu­tri­tion­ists’. As a re­sult, grad­u­ates from the Cana­dian School of Nat­u­ral Nu­tri­tion (CSNN) Al­berta now call them­selves Cer­ti­fied Holistic Nu­tri­tional Con­sul­tants in­stead of Cer­ti­fied Holistic Nu­tri­tion­ists. As Com­mu­nity Re­la­tions Ad­min­is­tra­tor at CSNN, I wanted to clar­ify that our Cer­ti­fied Holistic Nu­tri­tional Con­sul­tants have been play­ing a key role in our health­care sys­tem for over 20 years. Our grad­u­ates have been work­ing with clients pro­vid­ing them with the tools to make healthy eat­ing and liv­ing choices.

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