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...gy and nutrition background simultaneously. I want to help not only empower but education people on these issues. I want to help improve my community because issue like this impacts everyone especially in the family. I want not only for my clients to exercise their bodies but I really want to make sure they exercise their minds. I don’t know exactly how I’ll get to this point, but I know that I will get a PHD in sport, wellness and fitness psychology so time in the far future. Right now I want to just focus on the nutrition aspect of my plan and complete that first.
A master’s in public health-nutrition degree would help me achieve my goals because I need a higher degree to know more. I can’t expect to educate people if I’m not fully educated myself. I want to enhance my overall ability in every aspect of my educational career no matter how challenging it will get.
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