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Notre Dame names new director of sports nutrition

The following release is courtesy of the University of Notre Dame Athletic Department: Dr. Matt Frakes, a rising star in the collegiate sports nutrition field who led the dietetic efforts for the Louisville basketball programs this past season,

Source: USA Today on MSN.com
Published: 18 May 2021

10 Best Low-Carb Breads on Grocery Store Shelves

These nutritionist-backed low-carb options from top RDs all fit the bill and won't leave you longing for a traditional loaf.

Source: Eat This, Not That! on MSN.com
Published: 18 May 2021

Three from ETSU Rehabilitative Sciences Dietetics Program receive state honors

Two faculty members and a student from the East Tennessee State University Department of Rehabilitative Sciences Dietetics Program have received honors from the Tennessee Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics,

Source: Johnson City Press
Published: 17 May 2021

Free talks to share how nutrition can aid COVID-19 recovery

As the UK addresses 'living with Covid' post lockdown, a series of free talks is taking place to share advice on the best nutrition to

Source: Armed robbery in Revesby
Published: 18 May 2021

7 foods that can help you burn fat and lose weight, according to dietitians

Some of the best fat-burning foods for weight loss include salmon, eggs, apple cider vinegar, and spicy foods.

Source: Business Insider India on MSN.com
Published: 07 May 2021

Paul Pepper: Jamie Daugherty, RDN, "Relationship with Food" & Dayna Glanz, OsteoStrong Columbia

"When it comes to our food choices, we want to get rid of old patterns that don't serve us anymore." That's just one piece of advice from dietitian JAMIE DAUGHERTY, Missouri Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics,

Source: KBIA
Published: 13 May 2021

May is elderly nutrition month

May is Older Americans Month, a time to reflect on senior citizens. It is also a time for seniors to consider staying healthy.

Source: Watertown Daily Times Online
Published: 05 May 2021

IUP nutrition program ranked top in the nation

Indiana University of Pennsylvania’s Bachelor of Science degree in nutrition has been ranked in the top 16 programs in the nation as a “Best Bachelor’s Degree” by

Source: TheCourierExpress.com
Published: 06 May 2021

Opinion/Kilcline: Nutrition therapy is a natural for telemedicine

Registered dietitian nutritionists provide nutrition counseling and education to help people eat better, feel better and prevent and treat diseases.

Source: Providence Journal on MSN.com
Published: 14 May 2021

What Is Covid-19 Brain Fog—and How Do You Get Rid of It?

Some Covid-19 survivors report fuzzy thinking and memory problems long after the actual infection. Is there a way to beat Covid brain fog? The post What Is Covid-19 Brain Fog—and How Do You Get Rid of It?

Source: The Healthy on MSN.com
Published: 17 May 2021

Busting nutrition myths at the Dover Public Library

Let’s bust some nutrition myths. Learn about popular fad diets, whether or not they’re truly good for your body, and alternative healthy eating habits in Nutrition Myth Busting and Healthy Food Alternatives: a free online nutrition class hosted by the Dover Public Library on Tuesday,

Source: Foster's Daily Democrat
Published: 10 May 2021

Study shows early preterm births can be decreased with DHA supplementation

Early preterm births may be dramatically decreased with docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) supplements, with a dose of 1000 mg more effective for pregnant women with low DHA levels than the 200 mg found in some prenatal supplements,

Source: Medical Xpress
Published: 17 May 2021

Are plant-based milks good for you?

Gone are the days when the most complicated choice you had to make in the milk section of the dairy aisle was reduced fat or whole. Now, you will find carton after carton of dairy-like beverages made from foods you never thought could be “milked” — almonds,

Source: Boston.com
Published: 11 May 2021

Finding Diversity in Nutrition

Acupuncturist, Chiropractor and Functional Medicine Physician Dr. Jerry Bailey joins Gayle Guyardo on Bloom with why in the field of dietetics, culturally appropriate nutrition guidelines and

Source: WFLA
Published: 05 May 2021

Updated Dietary Guidelines Recommend Including Nuts/Peanuts in Childhood Diets

For the first time, the most recent Dietary Guidelines for Americans include recommendations for infants and toddlers, a timeframe referred to as “B24” that covers birth to 24 months. During the critical B24 period,

Source: Associated Press
Published: 11 May 2021

Local dietitian receives cancer-care certification

Spenser Ford LeBoeuf, a registered dietitian with Thibodaux Regional Health System, has received board certification as a specialist in oncology nutrition.

Source: Houma Courier on MSN.com
Published: 13 May 2021

Experts create evidence-informed guidance for nutritional care of preterm infants

A hot topic symposia session during the Pediatric Academic Societies (PAS) 2021 Virtual Meeting will address the persistent controversies and questions in preterm infant nutrition.

Source: News Medical
Published: 05 May 2021

Despite Hurricane, Earthquake, Pandemic and Health Issues, Student Was Determined to Complete Doctoral Degree

In 2017, when Hurricane Maria devastated, Edna Dolz was in the midst of her doctoral program at Rutgers School of Health Professions. She had begun the online Doctor o

Source: Rutgers University
Published: 11 May 2021

New Director of Sports Nutrition for Notre Dame

Dr. Matt Frakes, a rising star in the collegiate sports nutrition field who led the dietetic efforts for the Louisville basketball programs this past season, has been named the director of sports nutrition at the University of Notre Dame.

Source: 247 Sports
Published: 17 May 2021

Are Plant Milks Good for You?

This will depend on which type of plant milk you drink, whether it’s fortified, how many added sugars it contains and how it fits in to your overall diet. You shouldn’t assume, for instance, that plant milks contain the same nutrients as cow’s milk,

Source: New York Times
Published: 10 May 2021

Students to create college health program in UMaine-led project

Jade McNamara hopes to curtail behavior among young adults that can result in long-term health problems by recruiting their peers to create

Source: Bangor Daily News
Published: 11 May 2021

Pontificia Universidad Católica De Chile: Nutrition And Diet Distinguishes Certain Cuts Of Beef And Pork As Extra Lean Meats

The researchers agree that the extra lean cuts of beef are: seat, goose tip, smooth loin, black post, pink post, shoulder post, over rib and chest cover. Regarding the cuts of pork, those classified as extra lean are: center loin,

Source: India Education Diary
Published: 05 May 2021

Business briefs: Keihin, companies conclude integration

Those heading down New Road may have noticed the “Keihin” signage on the large facility at 400 W. New Road has changed to “Hitachi Astemo.” Hitachi Automotive Systems, Ltd. announced in a news release

Source: Daily Reporter
Published: 07 May 2021

Health and Nutrition 101: Every Pill Is Poison

Gina Cousineau By Gina Cousineau The title of the column this month is a mantra I preach to my clients each and every day. It is always followed by the wor

Source: San Clemente Times
Published: 13 May 2021

STANLY EARLY COLLEGE NEWS: Spotlight on Furr

Abby Furr was a senior at Stanly Early College High School who graduated Monday from the four-year program with an Associates in Science

Source: The Stanly News and Press
Published: 17 May 2021

Christie Gales

Gales will take the registration examination for dietetics to become a registered dietician. She plans to go into clinical dietetics and one day work in dialysis. Mentor: Kristen Roberts, assistant professor in the School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences.

Source: Ohio
Published: 05 May 2021

Cumberland woman named MU Outstanding Senior

Caitlin Beauduy was named the 2021 Outstanding Senior during Mansfield University's 156th Commencement held at Karl Van Norman Field on Saturday.

Source: TiogaPublishing.com
Published: 17 May 2021

College News

Hardy graduated from GSU in Fall 2020 with a bachelor's degree in Chemistry from the College of Arts and Sciences. • Emily Carmichael of Jackson has received the Outstanding Nutrition Science Student Award for her outstanding academic performance,

Source: Jackson Progress-Argus
Published: 13 May 2021

Stock your pantry with health staples

This is National School Food Service Employee Week. Friday is School Lunch Super Hero Day. We need to thank the 160 School Nutrition Team members in 36 kitchens for their

Source: The Daily Reflector
Published: 05 May 2021