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Optimal Nutrition After 40

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Aging is part of the human experience and something that is inevitable for all of us. However, the rate at which we age and how we age can be greatly affected by our lifestyle. In fact, the two greatest factors that are known to have the greatest impact on how long you live and how well you live are what you eat and how physically active you are.

The National Academy of Sports Medicine is the leader in educating and credentialing fitness, wellness, and performance professionals across the globe. Join NASM in this comprehensive guide.

You'll learn how to:

• Maximize your quality of life as you age into your 40s and beyond

• Use nutrition to lower your risk of chronic diseases

• Maintain your muscle mass and ensure your body and bones stay strong as you age


Gain immediate access to your FREE guide, plus learn more about becoming a Certified Nutrition Coach with NASM.

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Stay current on your CEUs with unlimited access to 300+ Courses*

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Unlock an exclusive members-only discount of 50% off all NASM and AFAA courses**

Bonus Courses

Complementary CPR/AED Certification + 4 BONUS specializations

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Enjoy unlimited exam attempts and select waived fees***

Terms & Conditions:

*Exact number of courses subject to change. Not all courses are approved for NASM/AFAA CEUS: Approved providers will be clearly marked on the course description page within the platform; Standard suspension rules apply for access to courses

**Exams, workshops, Gymternship, administrative fees, re-enroll packages, and courses included in NASM One do not get the 50% discount

***Recertification, renewal, and retest fees waived while NASM One membership is active: Fee waivers do not include recertification/renewal late fees or petition fees; Standard recertification/renewal requirements still apply; Standard retesting wait periods still apply