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February 2021 Issue

Heart Health & COVID-19
Cardiovascular damage is a serious, often-overlooked, and potentially permanent complication of COVID-19. Knowledgeable RDs can help improve patient care with good nutrition.

Cultural Humility in Food & Nutrition
Part of making the food system more equitable and nutrition counseling more effective is stepping out of the way and letting individuals from various cultures speak for themselves.

Breakfast Bowls
These popular dishes can include almost any food, meaning they easily can go from a nutritious and filling start to the day to an unhealthful fast-food dish. Here’s how to counsel clients.

Update on Osteoporosis
Today’s Dietitian takes a look at the latest research on preventing and treating this all-too-common bone disease.

Nutrition Support in Lyme Disease Treatment
While much of the evidence still is emerging, there’s some optimism to be had for nutrition’s role in supporting relief of Lyme disease symptoms.

CPE Monthly: Cancer and the Alkaline Diet
This continuing education course examines the relationship between cancer and the alkaline diet through the lens of cellular metabolism and compares common restrictions of the diet with evidence-based recommendations.

departments

Editor’s Spot

Reader Feedback

Ask the Expert

Beverages

Dairy Alternatives

Supplements

Focus on Fitness

Get to Know …

Products + Services

Bookshelf

Health Matters

News Bites

Heart Health

Datebook

Culinary Corner

January 2021 Issue

Climate-Friendly Eating
As leaders and experts in food and nutrition, RDs have the power and responsibility to help clients shift toward health-promoting and environmentally sound dietary patterns.

Nutrition Counseling During COVID-19
As the novel coronavirus pandemic drags on into 2021, dietitians reflect on how their practices, messaging, and counseling strategies have evolved.

Social Media’s Latest Happenings
With social media, the only constant is change, and it can be tough for even the most tech-savvy RDs to keep up. Here’s the latest on the platforms and how to use them.

Shaping Better Nutrition Messages
Some longstanding but nonspecific nutrition messages may do more harm than good if RDs don’t break them down for clients. Here’s how the dietetics community can do better.

Diet’s Role in Opioid Recovery
Can good nutrition really influence recovery from opioid use disorder? Today’s Dietitian looks at the current evidence and future directions for research and counseling.

CPE Monthly: Health Benefits of Seeds
This continuing education course examines the role seeds play in the modern diet, reviews nutrition content of seed categories, and explores potential health benefits of including these foods in the diet.

departments

Editor’s Spot

Reader Feedback

Ask the Expert

Botanicals/Herbs

Healthful Snacking

Plant Proteins

Focus on Fitness

Get to Know …

Bookshelf

Products + Services

News Bites

Research Briefs

Health Matters

Datebook

Fresh Ideas Showcase

Culinary Corner