dietician


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dietician

, dietitian
a person who specializes in dietetics

dietician

[‚dī·ə′tish·ən]
(medicine)
A person trained in dietetics, or the scientific management of meals for individuals or groups.
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They felt that over time, with the help of dieticians, they grew to understand their child's food allergy and how to cope with new information and the new dietary guidelines for their families.
Dieticians typically work in the clinical environment whereas nutritionists tend to operate in a less formal setting and also address broader lifestyle issues.
AWARD: Dietician Lisa Green and her baby daughter Elena Mae (s)
The National Health Service employs the majority of dieticians.
The RFL has now confirmed that dietician Mike Sutherland had acted as a consultant to the Great Britain support staff but was released in April 2003 after an investigation into his qualifications.
Among a variety of services, VA dieticians can provide a sensible and sustained dietary plan to help take weight off and keep it off.
However, dieticians struggle to be registered in the UAE and trade as sole traders.
Manama All private dieticians and dietary centres in Qatar have been told to obtain proper licences by the end of this year.
The venture is part of Weight Wise, a national campaign by the British Dietetic Association, the professional body for state-registered dieticians, to promote healthy lifestyles.
Susan, 29, is chief dietician at the University Hospital Birmingham NHS Trust.
Others appointed to new roles at the Critical Care Systems' Atlanta-area branch who bring more than 50 years of combined experience include: Mary Welty, RPh, pharmacy manager; Bobbi Suponic, RN, nurse manager; Nicole Billingsly, reimbursement manager; Eleanor Brown, RN, account executive; and Jennifer Baker, RD, LD, CNSD, dietician.
Dietician says the effects of the lack of minerals and vitamins will surface later on