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July 2015 Issue

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Celebrate Summer Fruits
From blueberries and strawberries to peaches and watermelon, Today's Dietitian reviews the health benefits of North American summer fruit favorites.

Appetite Hormones
RDs who understand how gut and brain hormones impact eating can help clients navigate the pitfalls encountered in weight control efforts.

Today's Dietitian's 2nd Annual Spring Symposium
If you couldn't join us in Las Vegas this past May, read all about the activities everyone enjoyed and view the candid photos that capture the excitement of the spectacular event.

Meeting the New Nutrition Targets
School districts across the country are developing strategies to conquer the challenges of K-12 menu planning.

Water Use and Shortages
Dietitians play a unique and pivotal role in promoting food and water systems that not only optimize nutrition and health but also advance environmental stewardship.

CPE Monthly: Small Intestinal Bacterial Overgrowth
This continuing education course reviews the pathophysiology, symptoms, causes, and treatment for small intestinal bacterial overgrowth (SIBO). In addition, it explores the role dietitians play in identifying SIBO and thus improving nutritional status.

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