Preventing Burnout

One day as I watched a fellow dietitian speak in a professional private Facebook group, I thought “Wow! She’s got it all figured out.” This RD was able to allocate six weeks of personal time off from her private practice during the summer to avoid burnout. She used that time to relax, reset, and travel. […]

Strategies for Working With Brands

Dietitians offer incredible value to food companies. In the past, the primary way RDs worked with food companies was through social media and influencer partnerships. But as more companies begin to seek out our expertise, not only are there more opportunities for partnership, but these partnerships often surpass the classic social media posts. In short, […]

The RD’s Role in COVID-19 Acute Care

With thousands of patients across the country hospitalized due to COVID-19, the RD’s role in acute care—from assessing patients’ nutrition status to preventing malnutrition—is more important than ever. While COVID-19 can lead to death even among otherwise healthy patients, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reports that it’s more prevalent in those with underlying […]

Make Meal Prep Work

If you’ve been a dietitian for any length of time, you’re familiar with the concept of meal preparation. With so many clients looking to get healthful meals on the table quickly and easily, it can seem as though meal prep and being a dietitian go hand in hand. This is true now more than ever. […]

Low-FODMAP Diet Basics

With the increasing popularity of the low-FODMAP diet, you may be wondering whether it’s right for your patients. While this elimination diet can provide many benefits and symptom relief for those with digestive disorders such as irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), it isn’t appropriate for every patient. For those who find that the low-FODMAP diet helps […]

5 Healthful Thanksgiving Hacks

Thanksgiving is the perfect time to celebrate a delicious meal with family and friends, but there’s nothing worse than feeling like an overstuffed bird after dinner. To turn winter’s most vibrant and colorful fruits and vegetables into the star at the dinner table, slim down Aunt Betty’s gravy, and keep portion sizes in check, RDs […]

Change Clients’ Exercise Mindset

Do you struggle to motivate clients to exercise, or, more importantly, exercise consistently? You’re not alone. Our able-bodied clients can list tons of reasons why they can’t exercise, such as they don’t have time, hate to sweat, don’t experience endorphins when they exercise (they probably just haven’t found an exercise they enjoy), and don’t have […]