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March 2023 Issue
Decreased alcohol consumption has spurred a generation of the ‘sober curious’ and an ever-increasing variety of low- and no-alcohol beverages mimicking the taste and smell of the real thing.
In Today’s Dietitian’s 14th annual showcase of dedicated and deserving dietitians, this year’s winners display incredible achievements that are making a huge difference in dietetics.
Functional Foods on Restaurant Menus
From açaí bowls and beetroot juice to wellness shots and vegan burgers, functional foods have become all the rage, adding flavor and healthfulness to menu offerings across the country.
Immune Health in Older Adults
Today’s Dietitian explores the complexities of the immune system and the latest research on the role nutrition plays in boosting immune health in seniors and the products on the market that claim to help.
Social Media Pseudoscience
False diet and nutrition information on Facebook, Twitter, TikTok, and Instagram peddled by unqualified influencers is rampant. Learn more about what’s being circulated and how to combat it.
CPE Monthly: The Role of Nutrition in ADHD
This continuing education course details the relationship between ADHD and nutrition status and discusses the efficacy of various nutrition strategies for managing symptoms.
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February 2023 Issue
Biomarkers for Cardio Health
New biomarkers are being studied to assess patient risk of CVD and determine their role in diagnosing and managing patients.
Protein Requirements for Seniors
Research shows this essential macronutrient is especially important for older adults to maintain and support muscle health well into their later years. Learn how much they really need plus strategies for effective nutrition counseling.
The Diabetes Plate Method for Cultural Diets
A diabetes diagnosis can be scary for clients and patients, but a balanced plate, regardless of culture, can go a long way in managing the condition.
Plant-Based Fish & Seafood
As concerns about climate change and sustainability increase, science is generating new, innovative, and environmentally conscious ways for consumers to enjoy alternative seafood options made to resemble and taste like the real thing.
Nutrition’s Link to Sleep Quality
Dietary patterns play a large role in whether clients get enough Zs. Learn more about what nutrients and foods can help ensure a restful and refreshing night’s sleep.
CPE Monthly: Updated Guidelines for Low-Sodium Diets
This continuing education course examines updated guidelines for low-sodium diets for the general population and those with chronic conditions.
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January 2023 Issue
RDs are teaching med students and physicians about this exciting evidence-based field so they can masterfully blend the art of food and cooking with the science of medicine.
Navigating Sustainability With Confidence
Today’s Dietitian takes a fresh look at the continued growth of the sustainability movement and explains how dietitians can make informed decisions about the products they buy and recommend to clients.
Snacking With Intention
Munching on snacks in between meals is on the rise. Encourage clients to make more nutritious choices while teaching them habits of mindfulness.
Nutrition & Nonalcoholic Fatty Liver Disease
Here’s an update on nonalcoholic fatty liver disease and how diet and nutrition play a role in its prevention and treatment.
Body Positivity in Dietetics Practice
The term has strayed from its original meaning, harkening back to the 1960s social justice movements. Learn how it has evolved and ways to effectively counsel clients.
CPE Monthly: Eye Health and Nutrition
This continuing education course explores the role of nutrition in visual development and healthy vision as well as nutritional factors in prevention and treatment of age-related macular degeneration, glaucoma, cataract, dry eye disease, and visual complications of diabetes.
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