Nutrition & Behavior Change Certificate 301

by Jenna Bell, PhD, RD, LD, John Berardi, PhD, Jessica Matthews, Marc Bubbs, ND, Michelle Alencar, PhD, Jim White, Julia DiGangi, PhD, Monica Reinagel, MS, LDN, Natalie Digate Muth, MD, MPH, RDN, FAAP, FACSM and Lee Jordan

Earn up to 10 CECs/CEUs from ACE, ACSM, NASM, NFPT, NSCA and more!

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Rise to the pinnacle of your profession, and guide your clients to long-term lifestyle changes!

Thought leaders in nutrition and behavior change distill current research and provide proven approaches that help clients see sustainable success. IDEA's Nutrition and Behavior Change Certificate 301 perfectly pairs evidence-based nutrition and behavioral science that will guide you in applying proven tools and techniques to help clients transform their lives.

A special filmed summit within the IDEA World Convention, this groundbreaking and proven curriculum brings together world-renowned nutrition researchers and behavioral experts for a continuing education opportunity unheard of elsewhere. Learn from our hand-selected faculty, who all walk the walk and understand your unique challenges and opportunities.

You will learn:

  • How to get past tough barriers and break through plateaus with your clients.
  • Real-world solutions to help clients create lasting change.
  • Nutrition research that is far ahead of the curve.
  • Like-minded presenters who share your mission.
  • New opportunities to transform your career and/or business.

The Nutrition and Behavior Change Certificate Vol 3 program includes:

  • 10 engaging and interactive video courses (a $600 value!)

  • Up to 10 CECs/CEUs from ACE, ACSM, AFAA, NASM, NFPT, NSCA and more!

  • Education taught by world-renowned nutrition researchers and behavioral experts

“I enjoyed every single one of the presentations at this event, but what I particularly loved about these speakers was that they translated new research into concise, actionable points that I can use with clients RIGHT NOW to improve their success in their pursuit of healthier, happier lives ”

– Gemma Frankland, 2018 attendee


Available Course Credits

AASFP
1.00
ACE
1.00
ACSM
10.00
ACTION
1.00
AFAA
10.00
AFPA
10.00
CHEK
10.00
FAI
10.00
IFPA
10.00
ISFTA
10.00
ISSA
10.00
NAFC
1.00
NASM
1.00
NBHWC
10.00
NCSF
5.00
NESTA
1.00
NETA
10.00
NFPT
2.50
NSCA
1.20
NSPA
10.00
PAI
10.00
PTAG
10.00
PTIA
10.00
REPS NZ
6.75
REPs UAE
10.00
W.I.T.S.
10.00

Learning Objectives

  1. Develop a strategy to handle questions from clients on nutrition issues that have inconclusive evidence.
  2. Describe the current state of the science on weight loss benefits or detriments associated with varying macronutrient levels.
  3. Explain how trends influence consumers, media and the industry.
  4. Develop the skills to help clients improve their health and fitness, while identifying the habits and beliefs a fitness pro may have that can sabotage coaching efforts.
  5. Explain the role and the scope of practice of health and wellness coaches.
  6. Synthesize the current evidence base for health and wellness coaching.
  7. Examine current and future professional opportunities for health and wellness coaches in the field of lifestyle medicine.
  8. Learn the essential function of the process of inflammation
  9. Develop strategies to support behavior change
  10. Apply a combination of business, wellness and concept learning in the area of mobile health technology.
  11. Organize a plan to stay ahead of the curve on emerging trends.
  12. Outline the brain-behavior connection in sustainable behavior change.
  13. Explain how different regions of the brain are broadly related to different behaviors.
  14. Identify practices and attitudes that undermine behavior change.
  15. List best practices for designing and implementing effective health/lifestyle interventions.
  16. Detail the most effective interventions for preventing the progression of prediabetes to type 2 diabetes.
  17. List several physical activity and nutrition principles for best managing prediabetes.
  18. Summarize at least one way to engage with clinicians, healthcare systems and/or payers to reduce the prevalence and burden of prediabetes.
  19. Apply evidence-based positive psychology methods to design and support a powerful purpose in your life and those you serve.
  20. Outline techniques to uncover and clarify an individual’s purpose.

Course Procedure

  1. Enroll in the course.
  2. View the course content.
  3. Take the test. (You must score 80% to pass. If you do not pass, you may retake the test.)
  4. Print your certificate of completion.

Course Content

Sculpting the Ultimate Coach Within: How to Deliver Remarkable Client Results While Blazing an Epic Career Path
Module(Required)
Dynamic Nutrition Science: Parsing Today's Most Relevant Research for Real Life
Module(Required)
The Current and Future State of Health Coaching
Module(Required)
Skills Not Pills: Calming the Inflammation Superhighway With Focused Nutrition and Behavior Change
Module(Required)
The Mobile Health Map: Inspiring Your Clients and Your Business
Module(Required)
To Dairy or Not to Dairy? Translating the Science for Your Clients
Module(Required)
The Neuroscience of Behavior Change: How to Train the Brain to Create Healthier Habits
Module(Required)
Bridging the Gap Between Good Intentions and Meaningful Nutrition Change
Module(Required)
Reversing the Invisible Epidemic: Coaching People Who Have Prediabetes
Module(Required)
The HOPE Solution: How Our Purpose Empowers!
Module(Required)

About the Author

Jenna Bell, PhD, RD, LD

Jenna Bell, PhD, RD, LD IDEA Author/Presenter

Dr. Jenna A. Bell is the co-author of Energy to Burn: The Ultimate Food & Nutrition Guide to Fuel your Active Lifestyle (John Wiley & Sons 2009) and Launching Your Dietetics Career (ADA 2011), Nutrition Communications Consultant and member of the Editorial Advisory Board for Today’s Dietitian. Dr. Bell is a leader with the Academy of Nutrition & Dietetics, including positions with Nutrition Entrepreneurs and the Sports, Cardiovascular and Wellness Nutrition Dietetic Practice Group. She is an international presenter for healthcare professionals and consumers, and her expertise have been featured in Us Weekly, Self Magazine, Fitness magazine, Pilates Style, Men’s Health, Runner’s World, IDEA Fitness Journal, IDEA Health and Fitness Source, IDEA Personal Trainer, other print publications and on the web. She’s been published in scientific journals, and appeared on the Daily Buzz, ABC, NBC and FOX affiliates, local and national radio programs and podcasts. Jenna is a Nutrition Advisor to international sports nutrition companies, and has worked in public relations for 15 years. She has provided nutrition seminars at major athletic events like the Boston Marathon, the ING New York City Marathon, Bank of American Chicago Marathon and the Ford Ironman World Championship in Kona, HI. Jenna is a two-time Ironman Finisher and completed three marathons. In addition, she has competed in numerous sprint and Olympic distance triathlons and road races. Dr. Bell earned her doctorate with Distinction in Health and Human Performance with an emphasis on Exercise Science at the University of New Mexico, Masters Degree with Distinction in Nutrition and dietetic internship, and Bachelors in Nutritional Sciences from the University of New Hampshire. She is a popular speaker and writer for IDEA Fitness Journal. She is currently based in Saint Petersburg, Florida.

John Berardi, PhD

John Berardi, PhD IDEA Author/Presenter

As an elite nutrition coach and exercise physiologist, Dr. Berardi has coached hundreds of elite amateur and professional athletes. In fact, in the last two Winter Olympics alone, his athletes have collected over 25 medals, 12 of them gold. Further, for the last 3 years, Dr. Berardi has acted as the director of the world's largest body transformation project. This one-of-a-kind fat loss coaching program has produced more total weight loss than all 10 seasons of The Biggest Loser combined.

Jessica Matthews

Jessica Matthews IDEA Author/Presenter

Dr. Jessica Matthews, DBH, MS, NBC-HWC, E-RYT 500 is assistant professor, program director and creator of the Master of Kinesiology in Integrative Wellness and Point Loma Nazarene University. An award-winning educator she has developed and implemented graduate degree programs as well as comprehensive 200-and 500-hour yoga teacher training programs at the college level in addition to teaching a variety of graduate courses in areas such as mind-body medicine and integrative health and wellness coaching. A sought-after and trusted media resource, Dr. Matthews regularly contributes as a wellness expert to numerous publications and media outlets, including, but not limited to, CNN, The Washington Post, Women's Health, Men's Fitness, The New York Times, and NPR. A recognized leader and mentor in the field, she named the 2017 IDEA Fitness Instructor of the Year for her superior instructional abilities and positive influence within her local community and the global health and fitness industry. An educator and entrepreneur, Dr. Matthews is founder and president of Integrative Wellness Education Inc., in which she delivers keynote speeches, lectures, and workshops at conferences and companies worldwide, including courses in the areas of health coaching, behavior change, mindfulness, and professional development in the field of health and wellness. One of the first national board certified health and wellness coaches (NBC-HWC) in the country, Dr. Matthews serves as Director of Integrative Health Coaching at UC San Diego Centers for Integrative Health with the Department of Family Medicine and Public Health. She also serves as senior advisor for behavioral health coaching for the American Council on Exercise (ACE), developing educational health and wellness content to include serving as the lead author and editor of The Professional's Guide to Health and Wellness Coaching (2019), and Stretching to Stay Young (Althea Press). An ACE-certified personal trainer, group fitness instructor and health coach as well as an experienced registered yoga teacher (E-RYT500), Dr. Matthews holds a bachelors degree in physical education teacher education from Coastal Carolina University where she graduated at the top of her class as well as a masters degree in physical education from Canisius College where she was named to the inaugural Griffs Under 40, a list of notable alumni under the age of 40 who are recognized innovators in their respective fields. She also holds a doctorate in behavioral health with a focus on clinical integrated care from Arizona State University.

Marc Bubbs, ND

Marc Bubbs, ND IDEA Author/Presenter

Dr. Marc Bubbs, ND is a Naturopathic Doctor, Speaker, Director of Nutrition for the Canadian Men's Olympic Basketball Team and Author of The Paleo Project – A 21st Century Guide to Looking Leaner, Getting Stronger, & Living Longer. Dr. Bubbs is also a regular contributor to Breaking Muscle, ThePaleoDiet.com, Re-Find Health and a Nutrition Advisory board member of Strong Magazine, as well as the host of the Dr. Bubbs Performance Podcast.

Michelle Alencar, PhD

Michelle Alencar, PhD IDEA Author/Presenter

Michelle Alencar, PhD, is an Associate Professor of Fitness at California State University, Long Beach, and also serves as the Chief Science Officer for inHealth Medical Services, Inc. She is a certified clinical nutritionist and exercise physiologist with a passion for mobile health and virtual wellness coaching because of its capability to provide nutrition, fitness and behavior modification for health and holistic wellness. She was recognized in April 2018 by the Obesity Medicine Association for her innovative research at its annual meeting.

Jim White

Jim White IDEA Author/Presenter

Jim White, RD, is a sports nutrition expert who has been working with athletes to transform their bodies and minds for over 15 years. Jim believes that proper nutrition is the key foundational element for all athletes, no matter what their sport or workout.

Julia DiGangi, PhD

Julia DiGangi, PhD IDEA Author/Presenter

Julia DiGangi, PhD, a brain and psychology expert, brings a unique perspective to wellness and performance. As the founder of NeuroHealth Partners, Dr. DiGangi leads trainings and develops curricula on the neuroscience of emotional, cognitive and social health. Using the latest advances in neuroscience and psychology, she focuses on practical, evidence-based strategies to achieve behavioral change that sticks. She has published extensively in scientific journals and has presented to thousands of people on health-related topics, including a recent TEDx Talk on stress and the brain.

Monica Reinagel, MS, LDN

Monica Reinagel, MS, LDN IDEA Author/Presenter

Monica Reinagel, MS, LDN, is a licensed and board-certified nutritionist and trained chef with a particular interest in the art and science of behavior change. She's a regular contributor to the Huffington Post, Scientific American, Food and Nutrition magazine, a featured commentator for NPR news stations, and a busy public speaker. She's also the creator of the Nutrition Diva podcast, one of iTunes' most highly ranked health and fitness podcasts since its debut in 2008.

Natalie Digate Muth, MD, MPH, RDN, FAAP, FACSM

Natalie Digate Muth, MD, MPH, RDN, FAAP, FACSM IDEA Author/Presenter

Natalie Digate Muth, MD, MPH, RD is a board-certified pediatrician, registered dietitian, and ACE Health Coach. She is committed to providing evidence-based nutrition and fitness information to health professionals and consumers alike in a way that is logical, practical and directly applicable to readers’ lives. She has authored over 100 publications and book chapters, all which are based on the latest scientific evidence and presented in a manner that is easy-to-understand and apply. She is Director of Healthcare Solutions for the American Council on Exercise (ACE) having written the nutrition chapters for each of ACE’s textbooks, the ACE Fitness Nutrition Manual and Specialty Certification, and recorded several Webinars and online courses. Furthermore, as a spokesperson for ACE, the largest fitness certifying and advocacy organization in the country, she informs broadcast and print media outlets throughout the U.S. on pertinent nutrition and fitness issues. She is author '"Eat Your Vegetables!" and other mistakes parents make: Redefining How to Raise Healthy Eaters'. She presented a similar topic at IDEA World 2009; the video is available for purchase through IDEA. Certifications: ACE, ACSM and NSCA

Lee Jordan

Lee Jordan IDEA Author/Presenter

After spending much of my life at a healthy weight, I began steadily gaining weight in my 20s. I reached a top weight of 454 pounds, and lived what a “nightmare of a life.” In addition to a myriad of health conditions, I could barely walk and lived tethered to an oxygen tank. After being inspired by my then-friend Beth Jordan, an ACE-certified Personal Trainer, I began my journey to health and fitness by walking 30 seconds every morning down the hallway outside of my apartment. Now over 270 pounds lighter, I am an ACE-certified Personal Trainer and Health Coach specializing in helping people lose 100-300 pounds and rediscover a life of freedom. My physician endorsed “30 Seconds to Victory” program has inspired multiple people all over the country to change their lives.

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