Megabite Nutrition is an online nutrition education website providing continuing education CPE credits for Dieticians and Nutritionists seeking the latest evidenced based nutrition research. All our courses are approved by the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. Our courses involved online videos, access to the PowerPoint presentation, online and offline multiple choice questions, self-study reflection forms, and evaluation forms which when completed and sent to firstname.lastname@example.org you receive a personalised certificate of completion. We have some of the worlds experts in nutrition presenting for us, Prof. Louise Burke, Dr. Gary Slater, and Dr. Caryn Zinn to name but a few. We hope you enjoy our fantastic courses.
CPE listings by Megabite Nutrition
LCHF (Low Carbohydrate Healthy Fat) is proving to be popular for many athletes and people with insulin insufficiency, or those just wanting to make a lifestyle change. Expert Dietitian Dr. Caryn Zinn presents the biochemistry and physiological principl (…there’s more…)
Physique Assessment is presented by Dr. Gary Slater expert Advanced Dietitian and Researcher. Dr. Gary Slater is an expert in body composition, ISAK level 3 Instructor and Australian New Zealand Bone Mineral Society (ANZBMS) clinical densitometry techn (…there’s more…)
Peta Adams is an expert Dietitian working with women who have PCOS. You will learn the latest novel nutrition strategies to assist with reducing insulin resistance and improving insulin sensitivity. By the end of this presentation you will be able to U (…there’s more…)
Try this complimentary course to get a taste of what Megabite is all about. Dietitian Rachel Scrivin includes hydration guidelines, and introduces the different macronutrients and how they affect athletic performance, so you can train and compete at yo (…there’s more…)
Fiona Willer is an expert Dietitian practicing in the weight neutral realm. This is approaches using the HAES (Health At Every Size) principles and teaches clinicians how to practice in a weight neutral space compared to a weight centric space. This (…there’s more…)