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If its bitter at the start then its sweeter in the end I didnt understand that phrase until I could actually relate to what is meant by that phrase Coming of age in school when asked by the teacher what would you like to become when you grow up The common careers that were shouted aloud by my classmates were doctors lawyers and even dentists Initially throughout my elementary and partial high school years I wanted to become a pharmacist To be honest I was not aware that the term dietitian existed It seemed as though life experiences caused for changes in my life as well as my career path A pivotal moment called senior status in high school was when my passion for pharmacy started diminishing It was fate which started to peak my interest in the world of dietetics I was a misguided student whose life aspirations was affected by a natural disaster named Hurricane Katrina The relocation to a new city and new school in my senior year took a toll on my mindset However I can thank a lovely advisor who redirected my focus when she noticed a new student that seemed to be misguided as it relates to a career plan All it took was a couple of questions regarding my interests and that lead to the enrollment at University of Nevada Las Vegas UNLV as an undergraduate pre-nutrition student My interests in dietetics grew stronger as the nutrition courses became more in depth The compelling aspects of this field are the immense avenues in which a dietitian can practice A dietitian can practice in three major sectors in the field They are clinical community or in the food service setting The idea of specializing in areas such as pediatrics gerontology and diabetes was very interesting to me Diabetes is one of my specialty health topics The idea of becoming a registered dietician and a diabetes educator is
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