July 2018 Issue
This beloved treat of a natural sweetener is rich in history, flavor, and nutrients. Learn how clients can fit it (in moderation, of course) into a healthful lifestyle.
Quercetin in the Spotlight
While this flavonoid has received quite a bit of attention, research is still inconclusive as to its true health effects.
Update on Exergaming
While originally intended to appeal to children and adolescents, fitness games such as Wii Fit have found unlikely popularity and benefits for older adults and those with disabilities.
Using Simulation in Dietetics Education
Evidence supports role-playing to simulate patient encounters as a boon for both dietetics students and their future clients.
Plant-Based Diets and the Gut Microbiota
Help clients get on good terms with their gut by consuming a plethora of plant foods.
Today's Dietitian's 5th Annual Spring Symposium
Packed with informative sessions and camaraderie, our latest annual dietetics extravaganza was our best one yet!
CPE Monthly: Soy and Breast Cancer
This continuing education course explores the research concerning the effects of soy consumption on breast cancer risk and recurrence. It also provides key takeaway messages RDs can use during patient counseling and practical suggestions they can make to clients concerned about soy.
Focus on Fitness
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