Power Point Lectures

  • A review of popular diets: Vegan, Paleo, Mediterranean and more!
  • Advanced Weight Loss
  • Alzheimer’s and Nutrition
  • Anti-inflammatory Eating
  • Clean Proteins and Fun Fats
  • Curb the Carb Cravings
  • Diabetes Doesn’t Define You: Living Gracefully with Diabetes
  • Exercise Strategically (and improve your Labs faster)
  • Food Combining: Get the glycemic index to work for you
  • Food Labels and Marketing Labels
  • Get more fast twitch muscle fibers at any age (and lose weight more easily)
  • Good carbs?
  • Healthy Digestion
  • How do you Milk? The dairy debate
  • How do you Sea? Choose and prepare seafood for health
  • Juicing vs. Smoothies vs. Shakes
  • Low T: Get back your Mojo
  • Meal Replacements: Shakes, Freezer meals, bars
  • Organize your Fridge and Pantry for weight loss success
  • Portion sizes for weight loss and glycemic control
  • Post-Menopausal Weight Gain
  • Raising the Bar – Which bars are candy and which bars are healthy?
  • Sleep, Stress, Spirituality and Weight
  • Soy for Breast Cancer Survivors
  • Sugar High: Break the addiction
  • Supplements: danger, hype and longevity
  • Trust your Neighbor Farmer: Local vs Organic and GMO foods
  • Weight Loss 101

  • What is a Registered Dietitian?

    Registered Dietitian and Registered Dietitian-Nutritionists (RD or RDN) are equal credentials. People who refer to themselves as nutritionists or registered dietitians should have also met criteria based on national standards of education, experience and of practice as set by the Commission on Dietetic Registration, but many erroneously misrepresent themselves as nutritionists. Make sure you are working with a registered dietitian or registered dietitian nutritionist. RD’s and RDN’s are not one trick ponies.

    They are able to treat a wide variety of illnesses with hundreds of nutrition therapies as regulated by the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. RD’s and RDN’s work in the treatment and prevention of diagnosed conditions by providing medical nutrition therapy. The RD/RDN often acts as part of a medical team, in various practice settings, such as hospitals, physician offices, private practice and other health care facilities. The work of the RD/RDN is clinically recognized as effective in preventing, treating and managing many conditions.