from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • n. One who is trained or an expert in the field of nutrition.

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  • n. An expert or specialist in nutrition.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • n. a specialist in the study of nutrition.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • n. a specialist in the study of nutrition


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nutrition +‎ -ist (“person”)


  • The term "nutritionist" is also widely used; however, the term nutritionist is not regulated as dietitian is.


  • The role of the nutritionist is to help parents master skills which will assist the child in achieving optimal growth through good nutrition.

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  • Perhaps a conversation with your pediatrician or a nutritionist is warranted.

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  • Also the nutritionist is being a rhymes-with-witch.

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  • I decided to call a nutritionist my friend Lydia had used, and set up an appointment for Monday.

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  • MYTH: A nutritionist is a nutritionist is a nutritionist.

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  • If you feel the need for professional help with your eating habits or diet, you may assume a nutritionist is the person to talk to.

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  • "What I usually recommend for people who are feeding homemade diets is to call a nutritionist and say 'This is what I'm feeding; is it balanced?'" Top headlines

  • A visit to a nutritionist is the best way to analyze your current diet and find out where you are lacking.



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