Ann Fishburne, McDonough nutritionist, graduated
from Georgia State University in 1978, working in the medical field as a Registered Dietitian with children
and adults. She has been an individual counselor and group educator with Headstart, the WIC Program, Southside Community
Health and Henry Medical Center.
to the calling out of the clinical field of nutrition and for over twenty years has been a leading McDonough nutritionist
with natural healing products and services as the owner of ProHealth Nutrition, Inc. Ann is also an experienced Kinesiologist.
Ann's desire is to teach and motivate in practical ways to follow God's pathway of healing for you and your
What Is A Nutritionist
is someone who specializes in the study of nutrition, including nutritional deficiencies, sources of nutrition, and nutritional
challenges which may face individuals or communities.
nutritionist is someone that has a degree in nutrition, not someone who happens to like healthly eating and has learned from
exprience and gives advice on his/her experience. A nutritonist is someone who has studied the science of nutrition and its
effects on the human body.
There are several different aspects
of the study of nutrition which interest nutritionists. Some nutritionists work directly on the study of nutrients and food,
in labs and through field work. These nutritionists may focus on learning as much as possible about nutritional requirements
and sources of nutrition.
Public health nutritionists may work
to identify nutritional problems in various communities, and provide education and outreach to encourage people to improve
their nutritional habits.
A dietitian is a nutritionist who provides services directly to patients or clients. Some dietitians
work in hospitals and schools, supervising large-scale food production.
may work one-on-one with clients, helping people lose weight, train for sports competitions, or fight diseases. In today's
techical world many aids are availabe, such as the ZYTO Compass, which helps determine the right supplements for the body.
tasks of a
can get extremely complex, especially when working with sick patients in an environment like a hospital. A nutritionist may be consulted about the insertion of a feeding tube into a patient.
Benefits of A Nutritionist
Doctors referral, fatigue, weight loss, weight or muscle gain, eating disorders, joint pain, cancer prevention or battling, digestive problems, stress, food allergies,
general allergies, skin disorders, cardiovascular health, mental health, hormonal problems, pre & post natal, optimising
general health, child or sports nutrition are all reasons people consult a nutritionist.