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CUTV News Radio Spotlights Colleen McCann

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Harrisburg, PA - Colleen McCann is a top-notch dietitian for over thirty plus years and founder and President of McCann-Cannard and Associates, a firm which provides food service consultation to organizations, hospitals, restaurants, and correctional institutions and individuals who need help with nutrition or food services.

Feeling that it was time to open her own business, Colleen and two members of her staff incorporated McCann-Cannard & Associates, a foodservice and nutrition consultation company now in its 38th year. “As President of my firm I have provided services for over 200 healthcare facilities, businesses, and individuals.”

 “My hope is that more people will recognize how important it is to follow a healthful life plan,” says Colleen. “Following sustainable food regimes such as the Mediterranean diet is very beneficial. It is unequivocally important to be healthy and to possess an overall sense of well- being so that you are genuinely able to lead a more productive, happier life.”

One of Colleen’s most notable accomplishments was heading efforts to obtain passage of a law to license Dietitian-Nutritionists in Pennsylvania, which took almost nineteen years to achieve.   The absolute necessity for helping people acquire excellent health is inarguably Colleen’s life- long achievement that keeps her continually persevering to spread awareness to people everywhere.

Although being a dietitian can be an ideal career for people with a passion for health and wellness Colleen strongly advises anyone seeking it out as a career the need to take science and math courses to properly meet course requirements. It’s essential to be well versed to expertly guide people to proper nutrition and superior health.

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