Lisa Jones, MA, RDN, LDN, discusses the ongoing egg debate, emerging research on dietary cholesterol consumption, and what dietitians and other providers can recommend to their patients.
Luanne DeChristopher, MSc, on High Fructose Corn Syrup and Coronary Heart Disease in Black Americans
In this podcast, Luanne DeChristopher, MSc, discusses the association between high fructose corn syrup, excess-free-fructose, and the coronary heart disease mortality disparity between Black and White individuals.
In this podcast, Hilary Whitham, PhD, MPH, talks about her team's research on foodborne outbreaks in correctional facilities, why these outbreaks happen, and what can be done (and by whom) to ameliorate future risks.
Jennifer Smith, PhD, RN, discusses her new study, which indicates that taste aversion to vegetables may have a genetic component. These findings were presented at the American Heart Association's 2019 Scientific Sessions.
Lee Crosby, RD, LD, discusses evidence for the role of weight loss, diet, reduced alcohol consumption, and regular exercise in lowering breast cancer risk.
Eileen O'Grady, PhD, RN, NP, discusses the management of emotional eating and food addiction, the hunger scale, and the role of cognitive behavioral therapy in treating these conditions.
Plant-based diets are known to help lower risks of CVD, diabetes, cancer, and other chronic diseases, but if not planned carefully, these diets can lead to certain nutritional deficiencies. Riley Thornton, RDN, from the University of Alabama at Birmingham, discusses how dietitians can appropriately counsel patients who follow vegan and vegetarian diets.
Lisa Jones, MA, RDN, LDN, discusses new survey findings on food label literacy and how dietitians can help their patients better understand food labeling and craft an individualized diet plan that is right for them.
In this podcast, Eileen O'Grady discusses provider burnout, contributing factors, and current initiatives geared towards combatting the burnout epidemic.
Dr Sharon Fruh, of the University of South Alabama, discusses obesity prevention strategies clinicians can use with parents in guiding them to promote healthy habits at home, including family meals, better sleep schedules, decreased screen time, and improved communication between family members.