Happy RD Day!

March is National Nutrition Month, and today is Registered Dietitian Day!
Here's a shout-out to all the registered dietitians, dietetic interns, and dietetics students out there!  I know that each of you is doing wonderful work to promote healthy eating and healthy living.

Check out this link from the American Dietetic Association to learn about:
  •  Registered Dietitians: Bringing Food and Nutrition Expertise to the Table
  • 10 Reasons Why Consulting a Registered Dietitian Can Benefit You
  • RD Day Fact Sheet
 flickr photo from mcsdwarken
The dietitians and dietetic interns of Frances Stern Nutrition Center are promoting fluid and fiber today at Tufts Medical Center. Here's some awesome info.

Have a lovely, and nutritious day!


Kim at Rustic Garden Bistro said...

Bah! I just made a batch of buttermilk-blueberry muffins. Thanks to you, I'm now going to feel very guilty as I take my first bite. ;-)

Also, I'm aiming for 31g of daily fiber in my diet. Glad to see that's higher than the average cited in ADA's Position Paper on Dietary Fiber. Wa-hoo!

Happy Wednesday,


MelindaRD said...

Thanks for the shout out to RDs. More people need to be educated about what we do!!!

Eric Mittenthal said...

Hey Rachel--

Thanks for highlighting our hydration brochure. I also want to mention that we're doing our own little RD day celebration on our blog with several posts about nutrition messaging. It's great material for you to use and share with you fellow dietetic interns.

Eric Mittenthal
Media Relations Director
International Food Information Council Foundation

Emily said...

Hooray for fluid + fiber. In undergrad, we had shirts made for our dietetic club that said, "fiber, it moves me." I'm thinking about bringing the slogan back for the half marathon shirts that the SLU dietetic interns are making. :-)

Anonymous said...

Sorry its a bit late but thanks for the shout out!!
Thanks for putting up some great info about RD's!Love it!

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Disclaimer. I am not a Registered Dietitian yet. I provide nutrition information intended for the general public, not for the treatment of a specific medical condition. I try to use scientific research and reliable sources when forming my opinions and messages.
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