For good health, eat a high carbohydrate, low fat diet. No wait - increase the protein and fat and lower the carbohydrates. . .

Itís hard enough for "experts" to sort through conflicting information. Think about how frustrated consumers must be when nutrition recommendations seem to be changing all the time!

This tutorial will help you, the nutritionist, learn how to evaluate nutrition information so that you can make good, sound judgments about nutrition advice. You will learn how to analyze nutrition research and draw appropriate conclusions. You will also learn steps in the "critical thinking" process which will make you a better nutritionist so your clients can be confident about your advice.