5/3/2016 1 Comment
Spring – a beautiful time when flowers bloom, birds chirp and Mother Earth let’s all her beautiful glory shine all around. The distinct change in the air as winter fades and summer begins to creep in. The deluge of annoying diet ads vomiting all over the internet, magazines and television. The media beat down on self-love and body confidence. The pounding drum of terror that swimsuit season is coming. Gasp!
It can be hard not to get caught up in all that hoopla and harder yet to decipher nutrition fact from fiction. Everywhere you turn there are yet more diet ads, meal planning programs and weight loss promises.
Breathe. We’ve got you cover. I asked nutrition professionals from across the US to share what is the one thing they wish everyone knew about nutrition. What follows is nutrition truth straight from the source.
What is the one thing that you wish everyone knew about nutrition?
Denine Rogers, RDN, LD, FAND is Integrative Registered Dietitian Nutritionist (RDN) and Licensed Dietitian for the State of Georgia. She is the Owner of a nutrition and wellness private practice called Living Healthy in Douglasville, Georgia. LivingHealthy1.org
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Allison Scheinfeld, M.S, R.D, C.D.N currently works as a Clinical Dietitian at New York Methodist Hospital in Brooklyn, New York. She also sees private patients in NYC & The Catskills, with a focus on Women's Health, PCOS & weight management. You can find out more information at allisonscheinfeld.com.
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Since the age of 16, Kara Jo wanted to become a Registered Dietitian. Her degree in Food and Nutrition from the University of Idaho helped her to begin her career working in a hospital for 3 years, consulting at a retirement home for 7 years and in the WIC Program for 9 years. The WIC Program has become her love, as I have been helping pregnant and breastfeeding women, babies and children under the age of 5 as a Registered Dietitian and Coordinator of the WIC Program in North Central Idaho.
Rachel Hochstadt, RD CDN is a Pediatric Dietitian at Morgan Stanley Children's Hospital at New York Presbyterian. Find out more about Rachel on her website. rhnutrition.weebly.com
Denine, Kara Jo and Vicki went the extra mile and included even more great nutrition tips you can put to use in your life today to start feeling healthy.
Denine Rogers, RDN, LD, FAND
My three favorite food tips are:
Kara Jo Herndon, RDN, LD
Vicki Shanta Retelny, RDN, LDN
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