About Me

Lucie Anderson Bio

I obtained a bachelor’s degree in nutrition. After completing an undergraduate program, I went on to earn a graduate degree in nutrition or a related field. Some states require nutritionists to be licensed or certified, which may require passing an exam and completing continuing education courses.

Nutritionists can work in a variety of settings, including hospitals, long-term care facilities, health clinics, government agencies, and private practice. They may also work in research or education. Some nutritionists specialize in certain areas, such as pediatrics, sports nutrition, or gerontology.

Nutritionists may work with individuals, groups, or communities to promote healthy eating habits and prevent chronic diseases. They may also work with patients who have specific health concerns, such as diabetes or heart disease, to develop individualized meal plans.

Nutritionist can also work in food industries, research, education, and consulting. They can work as a consultant for food companies, schools, sports teams, and government agencies to help develop healthy food choices and policies.

Overall, a career as a nutritionist can be rewarding, as it allows individuals to make a positive impact on the health and well-being of others.


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What I Do for Healthy Nutrition?

– Develop meal plans
– Nutritional science research
– Clients health needs
– Reports the patient progress




9910 Inverness St.
Brooklyn, NY 11204