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Food Matters, its programs, and the presenters of those programs are not accredited or evaluated by any governmental, academic or other independent body. The completion of Food Matters programs does not convey academic credit which will be recognized or transferable to academic educational institutions. Completion of a program or course of Food Matters and any certificate or other evidence thereof provided by Food Matters may not be recognized by third-parties, including employers, governmental bodies and educational institutions, as imparting upon the participant any particular qualification, skill-set or fitness to practice or perform any particular task or profession, and Food Matters makes no representations or warranties to that effect.
Generally, Nutrition Coaches do not require a state license to practice and can be certified through private credentialing bodies such as Food Matters, although it is recommended that you should check with licensing authorities in your state and locality before offering any service to the public. The Food Matters Nutrition Coaching Program is designed to provide in-depth knowledge and understanding of nutrition, natural healing and the mind-body connection. By completing our program, you will earn the Food Matters Nutrition Coach certificate which confirms that you have successfully completed our program. Our program does not make you a state-registered, accredited, licensed or accredited practicing dietitian or nutritionist. You will need to check with state and local agencies where you conduct your business and where your clients reside to determine applicable licensing and insurance requirements.
Last updated – November 2020