2022 Article Archive
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November/December 2022 Issue
Healthful Holiday Desserts
Today’s Dietitian speaks with eight notable RDs who share their favorite recipes that are nutritious and delicious, and will satisfy that sweet tooth.
Insulin Delivery Device Technology
Be in the know about newer and more advanced insulin delivery devices and how they can optimize outcomes and ease self-care challenges.
Hemp-Fortified Foods & Beverages
Are these products really beneficial to various aspects of health, or are their claims simply a marketing ploy?
Vegan and Vegetarian Children
Find out what’s driving this trend, and delve into the research about the health benefits of plant-based eating for little ones.
Silent Reflux Disease
Learn how to differentiate it from gastroesophageal reflux disease and other disorders with overlapping symptoms so patients can receive an accurate diagnosis.
CPE Monthly: Health Inequities and Disparities in Food and Nutrition
Explore their roots and ways to engage in interpersonal work to reduce bias and advocate on behalf of patients.
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October 2022 Issue
Natural Brown Sugars & Syrup Sweeteners
Many sugar lovers are searching for more healthful sweet alternatives, but how do the natural varieties stack up?
The WFPB Diet Debate
Today’s Dietitian explores the research on the low-fat vs higher-fat versions of the whole-foods plant-based diet and their impact on overall health.
Companies are using various upcycled ingredients to impact food waste and climate change, and a new upcycled certification program is validating their efforts and bolstering the movement.
Beyond the Female Athlete Triad
Experts weigh in on relative energy deficiency in sport (RED-S) and how it affects athletes’ health and performance.
Curbing Cancer: Dietary Patterns Reduce Risk in Older Adults
Although many believe the risk of developing cancer is related to genetics or chance, much of what’s known about prevention is associated with lifestyle, including nutrition.
CPE Monthly: Thyroid Disease and Weight Management
This continuing education course examines whether the relationship between the two is causal.
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August/September 2022 Issue
Orlando’s Best Cuisine
Forget the iconic theme parks; the real magic is happening in Orlando’s restaurants, bakeries, and farmers’ markets. Pack your bags and get ready to savor the flavors of the Sunshine State!
Are Prediabetes and Type 2 Diabetes Reversible?
Claims abound that individuals can “reverse” their diabetes with certain diets or products. But what do the experts have to say? Today’s Dietitian examines a recent consensus report on the matter.
Air Fryer Cooking
This versatile appliance became a mainstay of pandemic cooking for those looking for satisfying meals and snacks using less oil. Learn how clients can cook healthfully with air fryers—recipes included.
Delicious, nutritious, inexpensive … what’s not to love? Explore the history, nutrient profile, and diverse applications of black beans.
Today’s Dietitian’s 9th Annual Spring Symposium
This year’s conference in the city of Bonita Springs, Florida, was an incredible time of learning mixed with big-time fun. Read all about the impactful continuing education sessions and special events that captivated everyone. We hope to see you again next year.
CPE Monthly: The Role of Probiotics in Treating and Preventing Allergies
This continuing education course evaluates the evidence and research surrounding probiotics for individuals at risk of allergic diseases.
June/July 2022 Issue
Is Foodservice on the Rebound?
Restaurants and other eating establishments still struggle to cope with the pandemic’s long shadow, but menu innovations and resilient adaptations abound to draw diners and spur growth.
Hypertensive Disorders and Kidney Disease in Pregnancy
Today’s Dietitian examines a recent study that shows glaring health inequities between racial groups when it comes to these serious conditions, and speaks with experts about how to pave a way forward.
Malnutrition in Cancer Patients
New screening methods are changing the game for diagnosing malnutrition in this vulnerable population.
Shaping the Future of Food
As food technologies evolve, opportunities are abundant to improve the healthfulness, taste, and resilience of fruit and vegetable crops.
CPE Monthly: Dehydration, Cognition, and Health
This continuing education course highlights fluid needs in a variety of life stages and health conditions and examines the factors involved in fluid balance and dehydration, along with associated cognitive and health impacts.
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April/May 2022 Issue
Customize the Med Diet
Consistently rated as one of the easiest to follow and most healthful eating patterns, the Mediterranean diet can be adapted for several different dietary preferences.
Weight Loss Supplements
Take a dive into the research surrounding various product ingredients that claim to help consumers shed unwanted pounds.
Kids, Teens, and Soyfoods
Here’s an update on the safety and health impacts of soyfoods on growing bodies.
Learn about the different lifestyle factors that can aggravate or help alleviate this underrecognized condition.
Hail to Kale
Curly or flat, mature or young and tender, there’s a variety of kale for everyone. Explore the history and health benefits of this hardy veggie, plus delicious recipes.
CPE Monthly: Working With Clients Who Follow a Kosher Diet
This continuing education course examines how Jewish religious dietary practices impact food choices, relationships with food, connections within the community, and nutrition status.
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March 2022 Issue
Experts take a deep dive into what this sector of the market is offering and whether the hyped-up health claims about these drinks pass muster.
Master the Art of Indian Cooking
Cookbook author Madhu Gadia and home cook Jolie Zimmer dish about their culinary collaboration—delicious recipes included.
MNT for Critically Ill COVID-19 Patients
With a dearth of guidance specific to COVID-19, clinical RDs can look to general recommendations for treating critically ill patients with enteral and parenteral nutrition.
Reducing Food Waste
Clients may feel powerless in the face of this widespread environmental problem, but there are simple steps they can take to decrease or eliminate food waste in their home kitchens.
In our 13th annual showcase of dedicated and deserving dietitians, honorees display the gamut of the opportunities open to RDs and offer inspiration on how to shine in your career.
CPE Monthly: Sjögren’s Syndrome
This continuing education course examines current research in SS and the potential role of diet and supplementation intervention in disease management.
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February 2022 Issue
Hypertension & Body Weight
Today’s Dietitian dives into the research and guidelines surrounding the fraught relationship between blood pressure and body size.
Five nutrition professionals weigh in on food production, sustainability, and how their work integrates agriculture with dietetics.
With demand for seafood through the roof, the industry is stepping forward to excite consumers with novel products and trends.
As the Pandemic Turns
The persistence of the COVID-19 crisis—and its continued impact on food systems and the economy—has driven food insecurity among older adults, but there are remedies that can help.
CPE Monthly: The Role of Omega-3 Fats in Cancer
This continuing education course reviews the role of omega-3 fats from both dietary and supplement sources in cancer risk reduction, treatment, and prevention of recurrence.
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January 2022 Issue
Popular Weight Loss Apps
Today’s Dietitian highlights some of the more trendy smartphone apps that may help clients shed unwanted pounds in the new year.
Looking to take your career to the next level? Certifications from a variety of organizations can be a boon for your professional growth (and wallet) and the well-being of the clients you serve.
The Gut-Lung Axis
Research continues to emerge about the connection between the gut microbiota and lung health and the role diet plays in the equation.
Psychoactive Plant Compounds
These substances have a variety of effects on the human nervous system, ranging from possibly dangerous to potentially healing.
CPE Monthly: The Science on Interstitial Cystitis and Bladder Pain Syndrome
This continuing education course reviews the challenges of diagnosing, classifying, and treating interstitial cystitis, also known as bladder pain syndrome, and provides counseling strategies for clinicians to use when working with patients.
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