July 2019 Issue
The Power of Produce
Take the “eat more fruits and veggies” record off the turntable and pump up your clients’ produce intake with new research and strategies.
Creating Your Personal Brand
This daunting task is made simple with advice from entrepreneurial experts that will help you take that big leap into self-employment.
Today’s Dietitian’s 6th Annual Spring Symposium
With spectacular sessions and more attendees than ever before, our latest symposium in Scottsdale, Arizona, brought a smorgasbord of information—and the party!—to the desert.
Guest Commentary: Confronting Implicit Bias
This process of awareness, education, and appropriate action is the key to equitable diabetes care and outcomes.
ADA’s 2019 Nutrition Therapy Consensus Report
The latest Consensus Report from the American Diabetes Association provides an overview of what’s new in nutrition guidance for people with diabetes and prediabetes.
Type 2 Diabetes and Black Women
An understanding of their unique cultural differences can help reduce disparities and lead to better health outcomes.
Nutritional Factors in Type 1 Diabetes Development
Today’s Dietitian provides an evaluation of the research on this condition, including studies on environmental and dietary factors.
Preparing the College-Bound for Diabetes Self-Care
As young adults across the country prepare to head to college, RDs can help them manage diabetes independently.
Exercise and Gestational Diabetes
Physical activity can help prevent or treat this deleterious pregnancy complication.
CPE Monthly: SNAP: An Overview
This continuing education course provides a brief history of the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program and describes the current program, its impacts, and its challenges, and discusses future considerations.
Focus on Fitness