Clinical nutrition is the practice of evaluating if a person is consuming a sufficient amount of nutrients for good health. It involves studying what nutrients are essential for your body to function and how what you eat affects your health. A clinical nutritionist is concerned with how food nutrients are handled, stored and thrown out by your body, along with how and what you eat affects your overall well-being. Professionals in this field assess your nutritional needs based on your family and medical history, lifestyle and laboratory tests in order to make recommendations on your diet and individual nutritional needs. A clinical nutritionist provides recommendation on changes to your diet that may help avert disease.
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