Conquer Your Career with These Tips

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Solid Advice For New and Seasoned Dietitians By Wendy Buell, MS, RD, CDN With graduations happening all over the country for the class of 2017 I find myself thinking… what advice would I give my newly-graduated dietitian self? First and foremost – time will fly! Seemingly faster the older you get! So while it may sound

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The Advice I’d Give to Myself as a Young Dietitian

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By Fritha Dinwiddie, MS, RDN, CSG, LDN Full disclosure: I’m no spring chicken. DRGs (precursor of ICD codes) were implemented right after I started work, and HIV was known as HTLV3. The topic of dietitian reimbursement was just being batted about. Licensure was unheard of. The profession has changed enormously over these 30+ years. Dietitians now

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A Dietitian’s Take on Common Caffeine Misconceptions

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The Truth About Your A.M. Fix By Janet Feinstein, RD, LD, CNSC There are many misconceptions about caffeine. The two most common sources of caffeine are coffee and tea leaves, but kola nuts and cocoa beans are also included in the most common sources list. Caffeine contents vary significantly depending on serving size and type of

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