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Lori Nedescu,MS RD CSSD Aug 14
latest ‘health’ crap found on social. Chugging 200 calories of sugar on an empty stomach isn’t going to tell you anything except that it was a bad idea to do it.
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Kevin C. Klatt, PhD, RD Aug 12
As i'm working towards finding a way 2 do some clinical work while a PD, it's really crazy to read the very limited lit base on why clinical RDs dont do much research & why RDs in research havent done much clinical. Thinking a lot about how this affects perception of RDs
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Karen Hawkins  RDN Aug 15
HIgh blood pressure and dementia risk
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Kevin C. Klatt, PhD, RD Aug 18
When you finally hit the actual recipe at the bottom of the blog
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Nicole Rodriguez RDN Aug 14
Tiny sample size, but valuable insight on messaging that MIGHT motivate young men to ⬆️ fruit and veggie intake. 🥗 🍎 🍌 💪🏼
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Andrew Doherty, RDN Aug 16
Replying to @ww_us @KurboHealth
Hey serious question; What do you see as the parent's role in this app? If parents are doing a majority of the grocery shopping how will they be aware of what food items fit into the kids "budget"? Does the coach talk with the guardians as well? Thanks
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Megan Hilbert, MS, RDN 11h
In real life and here on twitter, conversations around nutrition can get heated - FAST. Does anyone have any theories as to why debating nutrition science can devolve into something akin to the vitriol seen in political conversation?
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Dua the Dietitian Aug 18
Ok time. During my quest to find people that ate 100g of fiber daily (I found a handful); the words “whole food based” was thrown out a lot. What does that phrase mean to you? What is whole food and what isn’t? When I went to define it to myself, I found it hard.
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Dua the Dietitian 8h
Heyo et al, Anybody have a really good understanding of canned products and/or the canning process? Things like why mushrooms and green beans don’t have any salt added and what’s added in to make it low sodium? Deep questions. !
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Dua the Dietitian 10h
Replying to @Megan_Hilbert
I feel weve done that with so many things today - political parties, workout preferences (crossfitters), environmental decisions. I wonder - and perhaps I'm reaching - if it has to do with not enough in person belonging-ness that comes with the internet & social media.
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Dua the Dietitian 10h
I will be, inshAllah (God willing), doing something very exciting in October which is requiring me to put a pause on my practice. I just sent an email to my biggest referrer that I am not accepting new clients at this time and it hurts a little. I love my clients.
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Dua the Dietitian Aug 18
You know how people make overnight oats with their empty nut butter jars, can I do anything with my empty salsa con queso? Savory overnight oats? Some kind of overnight grits? Am I reaching?
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Dustin Moore, MS, RD Aug 15
This hashtag prompts two sincere questions. Amidst the outrage, how many reviewed the actual app before responding? From those opposed, what do you esteem as appropriate methodology to promote healthy behaviors in children?
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Dua the Dietitian 8h
You’re on your way to make an amazingly delicious 3-bean salad when you realize you’re out of apple cider vinegar! 😱 So what can you do? No worries, try 1/2 part lemon juice, 1/2 part white vinegar for every part ACV. What would you do?
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Dua the Dietitian 10h
Tea is also such a personal experience that is central to so many cultures. Is this atrocious to you? Personally, pretty sure it tastes like sweetened water. Coming from an Arab background married into a desi family - black tea has to be boiled to be amazing my friends.
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Clancy Harrison RDN 16h
I use to create fear around certain food. Today, I take time to understand a person’s limitations to food access before I recommend any food.
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Marci Evans 15h
You cannot diagnose an eating disorder by looking at someone.
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Alissa Palladino RDN 5h
Excited to try these samples from High in protein, fiber, calcium & iron, key nutrients I look for when selecting products for myself & recommending to clients 💪❤️
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Summer Yule, MS, RDN Aug 18
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