My Favorite Margarita

strawberry cocktail Margarita

Sweetened only with fruit By Heidi Williams Happy Cinco de Mayo! How lucky are we that this Mexican holiday falls on Friday this year? If you’re contemplating staying home for a margarita instead of going out, here’s a recipe that is big on flavor, small on sugar and will make staying in still feel festive. The only

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A Day in the Life of a Registered Dietitian

Dietitians on Demand Recruiter, Janella (left) shadowed Kim Dillon, Registered Dietitian.

Our Recruiters are often asked, “Are you a dietitian?” After years of recruiting specifically in the nutrition industry, each recruiter at Dietitians on Demand knows the right questions to ask and the difference between abbreviations like MDS and NCP. But no, they are not dietitians. Instead, they take advantage of every opportunity to immerse themselves into

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What’s New in Nutrition Support Therapy?

Close-up view of enteral feeding bag with flow adjuster.

New guidelines were released in January 2016 By Janet Feinstein, RD Appropriate Nutrition Therapy has been shown to have positive outcomes on the critically ill patient. American Society for Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition (ASPEN) and The Society for Critical Care Medicine (SCCM) released new guidelines in January 2016, for provision and assessment of nutrition support

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