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A Registered Dietitian Nutritionist undergoes rigorous training to receive the RDN degree. The credentialing process for the Registered Dietitian Nutritionist requires significantly more training and experience than the more generalized term nutritionist. What Does a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist Do? At Clinical Nutrition Center, we have long recognized that the Registered Dietitian Nutritionist is a key […]

What is the Most Effective Weight Loss Strategy? When it comes to losing weight, there are a myriad of options – eat this not that, eat sometimes not others, don’t eat carbs, exercise more, take medication, use meal replacements… The list seems endless, and every day there is something new.  But according to the best […]

To improve recognition of dietitians as our nation’s nutrition experts, the ADA has renamed themselves to the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. In addition, registered dietitians now have the option to use the credential registered dietitian nutritionist (RDN). [Read more]

With the season changing from a warm fall to a cooler winter, our bodies may desire more comfort foods. This time of year we crave things like warm cakes, gravy’s, sauces, baked goods, buttery dishes and heavier caloric foods. In the Spring and Summer, lighter foods like salads and fruit may be more appealing. How HEALTHY can we be for the next two months? Here are some ideas to keep your weight in check during the colder months: [Read more]

We already know that 300,000 people a year in the USA die from diseases of over-consumption: Diabetes, heart disease, lung diseases, cancers, high blood fats, strokes, osteoporosis and broken bones are caused or exacerbated by excess weight. How many of these deaths could be prevented if our grocery stores had a plethora of healthy foods and a paucity of purposeful crap? [Read more]