Fight OSA With Food

It’s 3:00 in the morning and the deep snoring seems to be coming from every room in the small beach house. Is it my husband, one of my brothers, or maybe even my sister? All of them refuse to wear their (what they consider embarrassing) appliances for obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) while on vacation. OSA […]

Meditation for Busy RDs

Nutrition professionals can be in a constant state of “Go! Go! Go!” Whether your day involves a long commute, a packed schedule of clients, or just the general entrepreneurial hustle, it’s easy to forget about self-care. Self-care often includes eating healthfully and taking breaks to include physical activity, but it also can involve meditation. Meditation […]

Postpartum Weight Struggles

“Just breast-feed—you’ll lose the baby weight!” Most, if not all RDs who have given birth have heard that. And our clients who are mothers have heard it too. But many women don’t lose weight during breast-feeding. These women are in our offices asking for help not only with their health but also with their newfound […]

Celiac Disease in Older Adults

Julia started a new job as the RD at a continuing care retirement community. She noticed that the community’s assisted living and skilled nursing units had a number of physician orders for gluten-free diets. Julia decided to evaluate each of these orders to determine whether they’re based on a diagnosis of celiac disease (CD), and […]

Creating Consistent Social Media Branding

Because social media channels are popular mainstream communication outlets and convenient ways to reach a target audience, many RDs are putting valuable time and energy into creating online platforms to build their businesses and brands. But with the oversaturation of nutrition-related pages and ever-changing algorithms, it can be difficult to turn random exposures to their […]

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 […]