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Supervision & Speaking


Presentations will be individually tailored to the audience or professional group.

"Sometimes It's Best To Hear It In Person"  The staff of Nutritional Guidance, Inc. are available to speak for organizations, meetings, events, and conferences.  Presentations are based on the latest research and enhanced by practical application theory.  Our speakers are engaging and dedicataed to sharing the message of nutritional health to each member of the audience!   

The following is a sampling of past presentations:

  • Nutrition and Stress
  • Cholesterol Countdown
  • Nutrition For Women: Issues and Answers
  • Nutrition and the American Family
  • Label Reading Survival
  • What’s On Your Plate?
  • Beyond Dieting: Do You Have an Eating Disorder?
  • Drunkorexia: Cocktail in Hand
  • Emerging Trends: Diabulimia, Orthorexia, Drunkorexia
  • Pregorexia: The Eating Disorder You Need to Know About
  • Emerging Trends in Eating Disorders: College Students at Risk
  • Eating Disorders in Child-Bearing Years
  • Advertising in the Media
  • Nourish Your Soul: Gentle Eating
  • Healthy Foods versus Healthy Eating
  • Grazing Within the American Guidelines
  • Current Concerns for Children: Eating Disorder Recognition and Treatment
  • Eating Disorders and Dissociative Identity Disorder
  • Weighing the Options: Effective
    Techniques for Weight Control
  • Entering the Twilight Zone:
    Grocery Shopping
  • Emotion and Eating: What’s the Connection?
  • Nutrition and Wellness –
    The Essential Link
  • Childhood Obesity:
    Yes, We Need to be Concerned
  • Feeding the Toddler
  • Signature Entertaining: Eating in Your
    Home with Family and Friends
  • Nutrition and the Athlete
  • Eating Disorders and the Female Athlete
  • Metabolism, Weight Management, and Disordered Eating
  • Eating Disorders:
    Recognition and Treatment
  • The Biggest Loser
  • Gain Resolve/Lose Pounds
  • Medical Complications of Eating Disorders
  • Assessment and Treatment of Eating Disorders in Pediatrics
  • Nutrition and Your Child's Youth
  • Nutritional and Inflammatory Bowel Disease