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Check out Amy's newest book on Amazon: End Your Carb Confusion: A Simple Guide to Customize Your Carb Intake for Optimal Health Overwhelmed by the avalanche of information out there about diets and health? Tired of spending time and money following complicated and expensive plans and protocols that don’t deliver the results you want? Would a strict ketogenic diet be best for you? But what if you can’t imagine life without fruit or bread? Why won’t someone just make all this diet stuff simple? This book has all the answers. Amy Berger is also the author of The Stall Slayer, and The Alzheimer's Antidote. For more info visit: tuitnutrition.com
Amy Berger, MS, CNSCo-Author of the NEW Book: End Your Carb Confusion
My career as a CNS has exceeded the goals that I made when I was considering the investment in my master's degree that would allow me to become a licensed nutritionist in Maryland. The CNS credential has opened doors that have given me access to professional growth opportunities in both clinical and higher educational areas. I am thrilled to have been published in a case study regarding the impact of mercury toxicity on brain health with Dr. Kogan at the George Washington Center for Integrative Medicine.
Julie Wendt, MS, LDN, CNSCognitive & Digestive Health
Opportunities with ANA & ACNPE have allowed me to help shape the organization and the broader field of personalized nutrition. The high standards of the CNS board certification has also helped me to become licensed. Having the CNS and being a professor and director at MUIH provide me with a strong platform to advocate for legislative change. My main professional goal is to serve our field by training the next generation of nutrition professionals and integrative and functionally oriented clinicians.