Food is personal. It is more than the nutrition it provides. It can be related to our family, our culture, our religion, and so much more. How we eat and think about our food evolves as our knowledge and needs do. Registered Dietitians have a code of ethics that I follow. I practice what I preach. I won’t judge you for eating something I don’t.
Food unites us, even if we choose to eat differently.
Regardless of where we work, whether in a hospital with a formulary, a grocery store with all kinds of options, a restaurant, or other places, current science guides us. I’m proud to work with who I do. Check out my “about” page in addition to clicking disclosures for more information.
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