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March 3, 2010 / Lisa Stollman, MA, RDN, CDE, CDN

Call an RD to Improve Your Health

Have you been thinking about making improvements in your diet and exercise program? Are you concerned that you have a strong family history of diabetes and obesity? Starting to implement positive lifestyle changes can result in a variety of benefits. From reaching your desired body weight goal to improving your blood sugar and cholesterol levels, there is a lot you can do to improve your health. But the big question is how are you going to acquire the specific information you need to help you meet your health goals? I highly recommend that you seek out a Registered Dietitian (RD). RDs are credentialed professionals who are experts in food and nutrion. All RDs have a minimum of a four-year degree in nutrition science from an accredited university. RDs must also maintain a minimum of 75 hours of continuing education every five years. You can find a Registered Dietitian in your local area on the web site of The American Dietetic Association.  When you aren’t feeling well you would likely call your physician to manage your medical care. When you feel the need to improve your diet and lifestyle you should seek out the care of a credentialed Registered Dietitian.


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