The Brainwashed Registered Dietician, Part 2

Written by Jennifer Broxterman, MSc, RDRegistered Dietitian, Founder of NutritionRx In Part 1, I started to share what my educational training and brainwashing included as I went through school to…

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Unlearning What I Was Brainwashed to Believe as a Registered Dietitian (Part 1)

I’m shaking my head now, and I can feel many of you judging me and my education (or saying this is why Registered Dietitians suck), but at the time, I really thought I was paying for a top notch degree in Foods & Nutrition. I was eager to get out into the world and help others make positive food choices, and at the time, I really did think it was the best path to be able to serve others when it came to coaching healthy eating.  I Was Brainwashed

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*BIG NEWS* Ontario Gyms!
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*BIG NEWS* Ontario Gyms!

Our sister company, Two-Brain Business, has been hard at work identifying grants that would bolster a gyms ability to remain open and profitable. This is an endeavor to help owners…

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Free Resources: Coaching Kids and Teens

Our Varsity and Junior Varsity program went from 6 members to 54 members—and a waiting list—in less than two months. That’s remarkable growth. But with Kids’ programs, recruiting new members…

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Coaching Kids and Teens without a Gym

Today, we’re going to talk about coaching off site: in your clients’ homes or on their sports fields. Training Clients on Their Fields of Play I’ve trained hundreds of athletes…

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Building A Kids and Teens Program

Kids need your help. As more countries and states cancel recreational activities for adults and kids, gyms are stepping up to fill the gap. When my kids’ hockey seasons were cancelled, I…

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