Level 1 Certification: A sneak peek into the industry’s most respected nutrition certification.

It’s no secret that losing weight is hard work. Whether you want to lose weight to feel better or you need to lose weight to fit into a smaller size, it’s important to find the best way to do it. The fact is, losing weight and keeping it off is easier than you think, as evidenced from our Level 1 certification for Nutrition Nutritionists.

This blog post is a sneak peek into the industry’s most respected nutrition certification: the Level 1 Dietitian Nutrition Certification through the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics (AND). Why is this certification so respected? Aside from being the most recognized designation of dietitians in the US, the AND certification is the only certification program that not only focuses on nutrition, but also its role in the overall health of the individual.

There are certifications out there, that are said to give you the ultimate knowledge and skills that allow you to pass off as an expert in any field. They claim to give you the knowledge and skills to become a nutritionist, personal trainer, coach, chef, life and nutrition coach, and other professionals. What will be your next certification?

Dr. Krista Scott-Dixon, Director of Curriculum Development, discusses how the brand-new Level 1 Certification equips you with a better knowledge of nutrition, the authority to coach it, and the capacity to apply what you’ve learned.

Clients who are real. The outcomes are life-changing.

Meet a handful of the Method’s more than 100,000 customers whose bodies and lives have been transformed. The Level 1 Certification Program will teach you our whole system.


Every year, we provide awards to customers who excel in our coaching program. Here are some of the winners, their outcomes, and what you may expect if you use The PN Method in your practice.

Graduates of the Level 1 Certification Program

Elite-level health, fitness, and wellness experts all around the globe rely on it. What they have to say is as follows:


“The Level 1 Certification is a hands-on experience that enables you to make immediate beneficial improvements in your customers’ life. One of the things I like is the emphasis on the big picture initially — the behavioral changes and, to some extent, the fast fixes that may produce significant improvements.” – MA, CSCS Eric Cressey


“The Level 1 program provides you with the skills and resources you’ll need to get started. As a result, it’s not simply academic data. It provides you with all of the tools you’ll need to be a great coach.” – Dr. Marie-Josee Perrier


“It’s not about telling someone what to do. That’s what makes a great coach, and what I believe works so effectively in the PN Level 1 program. It all comes down to understanding what questions to ask and then directing the individual in the correct path.” Founder of the Personal Trainer Development Center, Jonathan Goodman


“As I progressed through the course, I discovered it was ideal; it covered everything I wanted and needed to know. It was like comparing apples to oranges between the knowledge it taught me with the 4th year nutrition course I took as a Kinesiology student. The nutrition class was excellent. However, the Certification was much superior.” – CSCS Adam Lloyd

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