Holiday Eating With Diabetes

Holidays can be stressful for those living with diabetes. In general, most people want to prepare their family favorites so they can be a special part of holiday celebrations. However, the social and dietary implications of holiday eating can make clients with diabetes feel uncomfortable and left out of the fun. When working with patients […]

7 Essential Website Components

It’s an exciting time to be a dietitian. Advances in digital communication provide novel opportunities to use our expertise in ways that didn’t exist when I first became an RD. At the same time, those advances make our active online presence a necessity. With so many uncredentialed nutrition experts bombarding consumers with confusing and often […]

Food Safety During Picnic Season

Enjoying picnics and barbecues with family and friends is a highlight of summer. But unsanitary conditions can spoil the fun. One in six Americans contracts a foodborne illness each year, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Warmer summer weather increases your chances of food poisoning, also known as foodborne illness. The ideal […]

3 Common Questions From Parents of Vegan Kids

We know that well-planned vegan and vegetarian diets can be appropriate for all ages and stages of life. Plant-based living has gained mainstream popularity over recent years, especially among younger generations. In fact, one recent study found that 12% of millennials consider themselves “faithful vegetarians.” As such, many parents of young vegan families are seeking […]