Scope of Practice...Where Fitness Ends and Nutrition Begins

by Beth Wolfgram, MS, RD

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Adhering to sound nutritional practices is an essential part of any well-considered fitness program. Unfortunately, some fitness professionals are confused about how much and what types of nutrition information they should give to their clients. Scope of Practice…Where Fitness Ends and Nutrition Begins discusses what a proper scope of practice involves and provides practical tips to help fitness professionals educate their clients about healthy eating, while staying within their professional boundaries.

Among the topics covered:
  • Situational examples
  • Nutrition counseling
  • Fitness organizations
  • Registered dietitians

By Beth Wolfgram, MS, RD

Video Chapters

1. Introduction
2. Situational Examples
3. Nutrition Counseling
4. Fitness Organizations
5. Registered Dietitians

About the Presenter

Beth Wolfgram, MS, RD

Beth Wolfgram, MS, RD IDEA Author/Presenter

Beth Wolfgram, MS, RD, holds a master’s degree in dietetics with an emphasis in sports nutrition. She has a fitness and nutrition consulting business in Salt Lake City, Utah, is a faculty member at the University of Utah and works with the Utah Jazz.