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ingles Leah McGrath Apr 15
Watching on Facebook Live - happening now... talking about evaluating research and why it's so important to dietitians to understand the hows and whys of research.
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Jake Mey, PhD, RD 8h
At a restaurant, wanted a chocolate malt, noticed they had a low-fat option. Hmm ... might not taste quite the same, but probably close and if it saved significant kcals, I'd go low-fat. ... it was 18 less calories. Got the regular, delicious.
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Carrie Hamady MS RD 10h
I hear what you are saying, but changing our brand now is really not in our best interest just to help the public learn a term. As mentioned, this would really cause issues legally in many states. SLPs do more than language and they don’t seem to have an identity crisis.
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Amber Pankonin RD Apr 17
Do most dietetic affiliates charge students to attend meetings? Other than the cost of food, what's the point? It's not like they're earning CEUs.
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Erica Nehrling MS RD 16h
This company helps parents introduce the most common allergens early to reduce the risk of allergy development! With food allergies on the rise, I recommend all families do this, even if don't run in your family. Dietitian approved ✔
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Ian Cramer 🥦💪🏻 Apr 19
Shameless plug: My episode with Jake, aka. is dropping tomorrow. We discuss his stance on pop tarts and many other hot topics in nutrition.
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Carrie Dennett, RDN 11h
Why it's important to beware of false dichotomies when evaluating nutrition claims: via
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Liz Urichuk 8h
If you're speaking at an event, offer your audience members your lead magnet instead of just collecting their info on attendance forms.
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FxFormularies 12h
"Thank you, for providing your product, . I count it as the most important input to my health 8 1/2 years into . I really feel great and that has so much to do with my diet. Thanks again." -- JB
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Mike Apr 19
Replying to @2unkn0wn4u @JJAYPIZZLE
Omg!!!! This is fucking horrible!!! Everyone wake the hell up!!
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Michele Payn 20h
Why is a pregnant woman made to feel guilty if she’s not buying the “right” label of food, or a new dad totally frustrated over the thousands of options found in the grocery store?
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eatrightPRO Apr 19
The Nutrition Care Process Research Outcomes Committee is seeking international and U.S.-based applicants for its NCPT Implementation Workgroup! Interested? Learn more and apply!
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Sarah Borisky RD2Be Apr 17
Replying to @RDamber @KS_Dietitians
I was a student volunteer at our conference, therefore, had free registration. I did have to pay for my hotel though :)
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