2017 Article Archive
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April 2017 Issue
Exceptional, Enjoyable Edamame
Once an exotic rarity, these tasty beans are now widely available, easy to cook, and a highly nutritious and well-accepted addition to any diet.
Diabetes Prevention in Older Adults
With the introduction of the Medicare Diabetes Prevention Program, dietitians will have even more ammunition to help prevent this costly disease.
Yoga in Dietetics Practice
Today's Dietitian reviews the scientific evidence on yoga's health benefits and how to become a certified yoga instructor and yoga therapist.
Making Sense of Medical Foods
Learn what they are, the different types for various diseases, and how they're regulated.
MNT in Cystic Fibrosis Care — What RDs Need to Know
Learn how proper nutrition can save lives and boost quality of life for patients.
CPE Monthly: Asthma, Obesity, and Weight Management
This continuing education course discusses the observed links between obesity and asthma and examines the potential impact of weight loss on asthma control in adults and youth.
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March 2017 Issue
The Wide World of Sports
Learn what it takes to counsel elite athletes to achieve their greatest performance.
Today's Dietitian presents its eighth annual showcase of 10 RDs who are making a difference.
Kroger's The Little Clinic
RDs are delivering remarkable nutrition services to shoppers in this unique supermarket setting.
End-of-Life Care — Understanding the RD's Role
It's a huge responsibility, but dietitians are most qualified to discuss ethics, tube feedings, and other tough issues with families of dying patients.
An Update on WIC
The Special Supplemental Program for Women, Infants, and Children has been around for decades and continues to further improve the nutrition and health status of those who participate.
CPE Monthly: Intensive Behavioral Therapy for Weight Management
This continuing education course identifies and examines the potential role for RDs in intensive behavioral therapy for weight management and provides recommendations and strategies on how RDs can perform this role in their practices.
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February 2017 Issue
Kids & Sodium Intake
Are they just as susceptible to developing disease risk factors as adults?
As more people choose plants for their source of proteins, RDs will need to become better acquainted with the issues surrounding their quality.
What's New in Nutrition Support Therapy?
New guidelines and recommendations are set to improve patient safety and outcomes.
FDA's New Definition of 'Healthy'
Here's a review of what the new guidance around "healthy" labeling means for dietitians and consumers.
Guide to Insurance and Reimbursement
Today's Dietitian provides practical steps to filing claims, coding, and getting paid.
CPE Monthly: The Female Athlete Triad, Relative Energy Deficiency in Sport
This continuing education course uses published consensus statements and research on the triad and relative energy deficiency in sport to explain the current understanding of both conditions.
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January 2017 Issue
Sugar Industry Cover-Up?
Today's Dietitian evaluates the published analysis in JAMA alleging the sugar industry hid sugar's role in the development of heart disease.
Meal Delivery Services
Learn about eight of the most popular plans for busy clients who want the convenience of prepping healthful meals quickly.
Metabolically Healthy Obesity
Is it an oxymoron or a medical reality? Today's Dietitian reviews the science.
Cancer's Link to Body Fat
Research shows overweight and obesity are associated with several different types of cancers.
TD Exclusive: Diabetes Care and Education
Today's Dietitian sits down with Hope Warshaw, the 2016 immediate past-president of the American Association of Diabetes Educators, to discuss the organization's work, the RD's role in diabetes care, and ways dietitians can be most effective in delivering diabetes care, education, and support in the future.
CPE Monthly: Health Benefits of Chia
This continuing education course provides an overview of chia's history and nutrient composition, reviews current research regarding the health benefits of chia seeds, and offers strategies RDs can use to advise clients about chia seeds.
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