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How Much Does A Nutritional Therapist Earn?

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I have a nutrition certification. It depends on where You work. As professional consultant You may earn up to 50,000 $ yearly. Earning are much lower if You work for clinics or hospitals. A Gym consultant can earn more than 50,000 $ yearly too if joined with a good word of mouth activity from gym's clients.

Here some quotes You may find useful from "Nutrition Certification Blog"

In this course, you would learn about making the right choices on
food. You need to know this in order to give your body the right amount
of nutrients. It’s the only way to have a healthy diet and a healthy
body. It’s also the only way you can help other people to do the same.
But more than that, you will also learn how to treat certain related
diseases. Other related courses and fields would also be included in
the course so your training should be complete.
After that you will be ready to get the nutrition certification. As
soon as you get certified, you can apply for a position in hospitals,
in clinics and other agencies in the nutrition industry. The nutrition
certification will be your ticket to jump-start your career. What’s best
is nutrition courses can be done in as short as 240 hours.
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Akshay Kalbag answered
Outside London, a nutritional therapist can charge in the range of between £40 and £75 for a 75-minute session with the client, which would be an initial interaction and consultation session with him or her. In the British capital, nutritional therapists find themselves in greater demand. They can raise their consultation fees by about £15 and make about £55 to £90 for the same session of initial consultation and for the same duration of time, which is an hour and 15 minutes.

Nutritional therapy broadly encompasses career opportunities such as a job with supplement companies or an independent business of health food stores, diagnostic testing companies, consultation with the public at your own place of residence, health clubs (this can be a business venture or a job), multidisciplinary practice, newspaper columns, presentations/lectures to groups, evening weight loss courses, physical training classes for children in schools and nurseries, pre-/post-/during-natal dietary advice, joining a group of specialists on diabetes, MS or other lifestyle-related diseases, joining a sports club, playing a sport, conducting health programs for corporates and working/internship under a general practitioner.

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