Precision Nutrition: How to Fix a Broken Diet—Three Ways to Get Your Eating on Track

by John Berardi, PhD

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Nutrition advice usually comes in buzzwords and slogans. Just eat whole foods. Cut the carbs. Eat only what runs, flies or swims. And while these are great sound bites, they don't actually help people improve their diets. In this presentation, John shares his entire framework for helping clients fix their “broken diets” and get on track when it comes to eating right. If your diet needs some fixing, he can help you, too!

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Learning Objectives

  1. Explain the difference between giving advice and offering nutrition coaching.
  2. Detail different frameworks for evaluating clients’ nutrition plans.
  3. Explain the frequency and severity of common nutrition deficiencies.
  4. Explain why deficiencies can lead to health and physique challenges.
  5. List the various ways for assessing and correcting nutrition deficiencies.
  6. Explain the limitations of counting calories and evaluate other ways to control calories.
  7. Describe how different body types vary and give nutrition strategies for each type.
  8. Explain when meal frequency, cycling and workout strategies become important.

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Precision Nutrition: How to Fix a Broken Diet—Three Ways to Get Your Eating on Track
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How To Fix A Broken Diet: 3 Ways To Get Your Eating On Track
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