Candidacy Status Awarded to NutriCenter – Nutrition Consultation Clinic & Academy

by Robin Smith
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IAO is pleased to award the status of Candidacy to NutriCenter – Nutrition Consultation Clinic & Academy. Being accepted as IAO’s candidacy member means that the institute fulfills with all international standards of teaching and learning as set by higher educational standards.

NutriCenter was founded in 2009, by two experts in the field of clinical nutrition and food-pharma relationship. The institutes main focus is on the clinical family nutrition where multi-diverse advice and solutions are provided for patients seeking weight control including both reduction and gain, as well as dietary plans to control diseases associated or bothered with food intake, such as diabetes, hypertension, heart and coronary diseases, multiple sclerosis, cancer, osteoporosis, autism and food allergies, in addition to, obesity and nutrition for pregnant women.

The institute follows systematic and science-proven methods and plans that ensure healthy dietary habits that are developed on a long-term basis as part of enhancing the lifestyle of the patient. They follow stepwise approach taking into consideration preferences and life patterns, to every individual with special attention attributed when working with young children.

NutriCenter has deployed a dynamic strategy to broadcast the knowledge and attract new clients and customers. This was reinforced by the successful results and positive experience acquired with the patients which have augmented the attention and interest in their services provided. Their business growth has increased dramatically within the last few years due to the level of enhanced awareness among consumers and community for the need to develop a healthy lifestyle.


Considering the overall educational quality and standard of the institute, IAO is proud to announce the grant of Candidacy to NutriCenter and aims to provide Full Accreditation in the near future.

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