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 […]

Healthy Aging for Men

As the owner of a large landscape nursery, Bill was fairly physically active until he sold the business in January—the same month he turned 65. Determined to enjoy his retirement, Bill created a bucket list of international travel and other activities that require him to be in good physical condition. However, since retiring a few […]

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 […]

Exercise Counseling With Confidence

In most cases, RDs are qualified to do exercise counseling. Granted, there can be exceptions like providing instruction related to cardiac rehabilitation, physical therapy, or heptathlon training at high altitudes. But most adults do very little structured exercise. For those individuals, dietitians can be great motivators and provide useful advice. Some basic counseling strategies and […]