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Jake Mey, PhD, RD Sep 11
I'm just gunna put this here & close Twitter for the day. FYI, this research group is one of the BEST in the field. "Animal-Derived Protein Consumption Is Associated with Muscle Mass and Strength"
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Andrew Doherty, RDN Sep 11
Why Dietitians Have a Marketing Problem.
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Heather Caplan, RD Sep 14
“Acknowledging your {thin} privilege is *not* saying you’ve never felt uncomfortable in your body {or lived experience}.” - Kimmie Singh MS RD
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Anita Davila, NDTR Sep 14
Take a listen to podcast episode on Business Coaching for Dietitians and health professionals with
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Jake Mey, PhD, RD 14h
If I wasn't bombarded by fast-foods, snacks & candies, I'd probably eat less of them. This from an RD who is trained to recognize it... imagine if you were a normal person just trying to live your life.
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Dustin Moore, MS, RD Sep 11
Mayonnaise is white, spreadable garbage.
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ICD 2020 Sep 14
ONE year to go!!! . Let the countdown begin 🗓 . Have you started planning your trip yet?! The excitement is real and we are waiting for you all 🙌🏻 @ Grappino Bistro
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Edible Intelligence Sep 8
Man… fuck Bill Maher. This is oversimplified, elitist & pointlessly cruel. This is also why you shouldn’t use the words shit, junk or healthy to describe food. Health is relative to the person, not the food & body size is not a reliable determinant of health.
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Heather Caplan, RD Sep 14
“We cannot speak from an experience we haven’t lived.” - Something *every* healthcare provider could be reminded of...over and over...and over...
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Dustin Moore, MS, RD Sep 13
Never mind the faux nutrient analysis, who describes a banana as “moderately acidic”?
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Heather Caplan, RD Sep 14
“There are only two states in which weight-based discrimination is illegal (CA and MI).” - Kimmie Singh MS RD
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Blueberries Sep 10
One serving (a handful or a cup) of contains only 80 calories and naturally occurring sugars, and contribute essential nutrients, including vitamin C, vitamin K, manganese, dietary fiber.
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Dustin Moore, MS, RD Sep 14
Hate to admit it, but my curiosity is actually piqued...
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Build Up DIETITIANS Sep 10
Are you a dietitian or that is interested in nutrition research? Do you like critically analyzing studies or want to learn to be better at it? Join our closed group!
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Heather Caplan, RD Sep 14
“80% of ten year old girls in the US have already been on a diet. They reported being more afraid of being fat than of one of their parents dying.” - (Some data WW may be conveniently ignoring. )
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Dua the Dietitian Sep 14
One of the best hashtag for RDs to follow and use ➡️
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Dua the Dietitian 8h
Achieved my goals for the week: Woo. Easy does it!
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ingles Leah McGrath 13h
You regularly find a hair net (or beard net) in your pocket.
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Build Up DIETITIANS 13h
- DYK we have started a serious of CLOSED groups for RDs, DTR and RD2B? Research, Media/Communications, School Nutrition, Ag/Farming, Buildup 101 ( for new RDs and RD2B), Sports Nutrition, Clinical and our newest Public Health!
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©arniWay.nyc - Travis Statham 16h
More rubbish about fiber, whole grains, fruit and veg.
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