Certified International Nutritionist (CIN)

Certified International Nutritionist

Is sports and fitness nutrition your dream career? As a sports nutritionist, you can work with elite athletes and professional sportspersons to enhance their performance levels and physical well-being. We, at American Certification Institute, bring you the best sports nutrition certification program designed by dozens of highly qualified research scientists to help you achieve your dream.

Our CIN program is recognized by all leaders in the field of applied health and nutrition. The CIN exam is often administered along with ISSN conferences. These conferences make it possible for you to earn your continuing nutrition education credits from ADA, ACSM, NSCA, APTA, NATA, IDEA, and ACE among others.

Even as people across industries and geographical areas become more health conscious, there is an increasing focus on preventive healthcare, of which nutrition is a critical component. The rising rates of obesity, chronic lifestyle illnesses including diabetes, heart disease, cancers and so on are bringing about radical changes in government health and nutrition policies. Corporates and industries are stepping up their focus on health and well-being of their employees with a range of programs that are delivered by certified nutritionists. Corporate programs are designed to create awareness on healthy eating, balanced nutrition intake, exercise, and nutrition therapy to manage existing conditions.

With a growing body of research in clinical and sports nutrition, a specialist Certified International Nutritionist well-versed in the most updated scientific evidence will continue to be in great demand.

How Much Can a Nutritionist Make?

According to the 2016-17 Occupational Outlook Handbook from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), the median annual salary for nutritionists is $56,950 per year.

Actual salaries may vary greatly based on specialization within the field, location, years of experience and a variety of other factors.

Your earning potential throughout your career in nutrition will depend partially on variables like where you live and what degree you hold. However, your earning potential will also depend on your ability to work hard and to market yourself in your field. A great way to further yourself in your career is to build up a base of clients who know and trust you enough to refer you to friends and family.

Is There Demand for this Career?

The demand for nutritionists and dietitians is high, and it will continue to grow. The U.S. is in the middle of a large shift regarding attitudes toward nutrition—people are trying to eat healthier, consume smaller portions, and combat the health issues that a poor diet can cause.

Because of this change in attitude, people will continue to seek nutrition advice as an important part of developing better health.

Is This a Growing Field?

Through 2024, employment of nutritionists and dietitians is expected to grow by 16 percent; comparatively, other occupations are predicted to grow by 7 percent. Like any career field, however, it’s important to be aware that national long-term projections of employment growth may not reflect local and/or short-term economic or job conditions.

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