Nutrition in Chiropractic College Curricula

Soliah, LuAnn
May 2007
TAFCS Research Journal;2007, Vol. 2 Issue 2, p26
The article offers information on a study regarding the inclusion of nutrition courses in the curricula of chiropractic colleges in the U.S. The article stresses the need for chiropractors to be educated in nutrition because research shows that nearly 90% of chiropractors provide nutritional advice to clients. A further discussion of the importance of nutrition education is provided, as are the results of the study.


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