September 2018 Issue
Dining in D.C. — Dietitians Are in for Some Mouth-Watering Cuisine
The site of the 2018 Food & Nutrition Conference & Expo™, the nation's capital boasts an array of stellar dining options—check out our guide and then plan your itinerary, make your reservations, and pack your bags!
The Coup in the Dairy Aisle
Plant milk sales and popularity have skyrocketed in the past several years. Help clients understand the different varieties and bases and how they can ensure they still get the nutrients they need without dairy milk.
Heart Disease in Postmenopausal Women
RDs can help women prevent their sex's leading cause of death, the risks of which increase with age.
Examining the New Menu Labeling Law
This law has been hotly debated and delayed time and again, but RDs stand to gain from its recent rollout.
Family Dinners Made Easy
Family mealtimes that involve young children can be stressful. But RDs can show clients how to create a more positive and peaceful atmosphere while serving quick, simple, and healthful dishes the entire family will love.
CPE Monthly: Eating Disorders in the LGBTQ Population
This continuing education course examines the prevalence of and risk factors for disordered eating patterns in the LGBTQ community, the clinical implications of these behaviors, and strategies to help dietitians gain cultural competence and advocate for LGBTQ individuals at risk of eating disorders.
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