Recently, when I was invited to Germany (#sponsoredtravel) to interact with a diverse group of people from science, agriculture, health and wellness and journalism as part of #FutureFarming, I shared that there was so much learning that it would likely result in many blog posts. Here is another one inspired by my experiences.
In my recent travels and interactions with colleagues who share the job of helping educate the public about food, nutrition, and agriculture related to their
Transparent. Authentic. These are more than words. They’re expectations. So in the spirit of authenticity and transparency, it’s time I tell you the real reason I became a dietitian. I didn’t become a dietitian for you. I did it for me. And the good news? We both benefit. Let me explain.
I’m on the road this week, travelling outside of my home country for work. I love to have something to read while in airports between flights and on flights in addition to work that can be done delightfully uninterrupted.
I just read “Defend Your Research – To Stop Bad Behavior, Display a Virtuous Quote”, and had to share some thoughts with you.
Today is Registered Dietitian Day, now known as Registered Dietitian Nutritionist Day. As I woke up this morning and was on the treadmill, I got to thinking about how lucky I am to be a dietitian, but realizing that we are misunderstood. So my goal here is to help you understand why you should have a deeper conversation or understanding about the person you trust to give you nutrition and food advice.
All is not lost if you happen to miss one or more of these grocery shopping musts. Here are four of my favorite things to do when you find yourself at the grocery store without a list, and with no clue about what is on sale.