Nutrient-dense foods: How to include more in your client’s meal plan
Here’s how you can help your clients incorporate more lean protein, complex carbohydrates, and healthy fats into their meal plans.
What to include in a first nutrition appointment
Your first nutrition appointment with new clients is crucial for establishing a good rapport and gaining their trust.
Food intolerances vs. food allergies: what’s the difference?
How can you nutritionally support your clients with allergies and food intolerances? Here's everything you need to know.
6 dietary supplements every plant-based client needs
From vitamin B12 to iron and omega-3’s, here’s how you can nutritionally support your plant-based clients with supplementation.
How to encourage clients to eat more plants
Here’s how you can help your clients fall in love with plants through gentle wording, using a non-restrictive approach, and creating a well-curated meal plan.
Using reducetarianism to encourage plant-based eating habits
Reducetarianism is an approach to plant-based eating that focuses on reducing animal product consumption and increasing plant foods.
Understanding milk alternatives
Over the past decade, milk alternatives have gone mainstream. Here’s everything nutrition professionals need to know about plant-based milk options.
Helping your clients overcome binge eating
Through proper nutritional care, you can help your clients reduce binging episodes to improve their health and quality of life.
The best gut-healthy foods for any meal plan
What we eat has a significant impact on gut health, so as a dietitian, it’s important to include a variety of digestive-friendly foods in your client’s meal plan.
5 steps to conducting a quality nutrition assessment
As a nutrition professional, it’s important to get enough information about your client so you can give the best nutritional guidance possible.