July 2017 Issue
Prebiotics' Role in Treating Lactose Intolerance
Learn about the latest research on prebiotics for lactose intolerance treatment and strategies for counseling clients.
Fruit Forward Desserts
These scrumptious seasonal treats can boost clients' consumption of fresh fruits at the peak of ripeness.
Today's Dietitian's Fourth Annual Spring Symposium
Get the scoop on highlights from Today's Dietitian's best ever continuing education and networking event in the heart of New Orleans' French Quarter.
Guest Commentary: Dietitians Are Health and Wellness Gatekeepers
Dietitians can provide a path to wellness for clients with type 2 diabetes and help prevention efforts.
Hypoglycemia Prevention and Management
There's something that should go here, but I don't know what it is yet.
Foods and Eating Patterns for Diabetes Prevention
Research supports adjustments to overall diet patterns as the best nutritional intervention to reduce diabetes risk, and emerging evidence suggests an emphasis on certain foods within those patterns.
The Latest Physical Activity Recommendations
Here's an overview of the new guidelines and strategies for counseling and motivating patients to move more.
Best Sweeteners for People With Diabetes
Research suggests there's no one sweetener that's best for people with diabetes, but dietitians can advise patients to use a variety of nonnutritive sweeteners to reduce intake of added sugars.
CPE Monthly: Shopping for Healthful Foods on a Budget
This continuing education course identifies and examines trends in food costs and consumer purchasing behaviors and provides recommendations and strategies consumers can use to purchase healthful foods on a tight budget.
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