2018 Article Archive
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March 2018 Issue
The Power of Coffee
Media coverage and popular opinion on this ancient and ubiquitous beverage have varied, but the sum of research shows health benefits for a variety of conditions.
Increasing Produce Intake
Learn how innovative supermarkets have figured out how to boost their shoppers' fruit and vegetable consumption.
From cancer patients to master gardeners, Today's Dietitian's ninth annual showcase highlights 10 outstanding RDs who are making a difference in the nutrition profession.
Impacts of Modern Agriculture
Sustainability and agriculture experts evaluate agriculture's massive changes in practice and scale over the past several decades and determine how to best help people and the environment.
Detect Nutrient Deficiencies With NFPE
RDs can greatly improve seniors' quality of life and care by identifying older adults' nutrient deficiencies with the nutrition-focused physical exam.
CPE Monthly: Family Approaches to Weight Management
This continuing education course explores adult and pediatric weight management through the lens of family-based programs, discussing effectiveness, barriers, and implementation structures.
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February 2018 Issue
How low should clients go—and is lower always better when it comes to sodium levels?
Today's Dietitian examines where good nutrition ends and unhealthful compulsion begins in this burgeoning eating disorder.
Should RDs Embrace the Term 'Natural'?
This food buzzword draws much skepticism among dietitians, but it may be prudent to better understand the trend to help guide clients.
Fasting Regimens for Weight Loss
This ancient practice has found a trendy new following, but can it really aid in weight loss and improve overall health?
Dispelling Fish Tales
Farm-raised, wild-caught, sustainable, imported—help clients navigate the wide and often confusing array of seafood choices.
CPE Monthly: Cancer Prevention
This continuing education course explores the mechanisms of cancer development and discusses the ways RDs can educate patients about current prevention strategies for reducing the risk of various cancer types.
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January 2018 Issue
Liquid Meal Replacements
Though controversial, these drinks and shakes may offer important advantages for those with certain health conditions.
The Health Impact of Weight Stigma
Could negative attitudes toward overweight and obesity be making matters worse for those with excess weight?
New Guidance for Using Parenteral Nutrition
Using parenteral nutrition effectively and sensibly is a delicate dance, but new consensus guidelines can help.
Emergency Food During Natural Disasters
How do victims of hurricanes, floods, earthquakes, and tornados stay nourished? Find out about national and local procedures and how RDs can help those in need.
Farm-to-Table Nutrition Education
A California medical center hosts a landmark educational event promoting the virtues of local and plant-based nutrition.
CPE Monthly: Understanding Triglycerides: Strategies for Counseling Clients
This continuing education course examines current research on triglycerides and provides recommendations and strategies RDs can use when counseling clients on management and prevention of CVD.
Dynamics of Diabetes
Baby's First Foods
Focus on Fitness
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