adjective before verb
Is "nutritional counseling" wrong in the following sentence:
Throughout the treatment, we provide nutritional counseling, weight management and support.
Throughout the treatment, we provide counseling and support on nutrition and weight management.
There is nothing wrong with 'nutritional counceling' as that 'counceling' is a noun not a verb, but I feel the counseling and support refer to both nutrition and weight management.
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