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)
Overall, 32% of the respondents expressed some degree of conflict about seeing a dietician, based on the proportion who either disagreed or were neutral in response to statements such as "I would meet with a dietician if my health care provider felt it was important" (16%) and "The decision to meet with a dietician is easy for me to make" (31%).
JOB DESCRIPTION: Dieticians are experts on food and health and give people advice on how to make positive changes to their diets.
A report by a leading independent authority on healthcare quality says half of local primary care organisations (PCO) have not organised weight management strategies for their community and one third of GPs do not have direct access to dieticians.
It is also believed the dietician concerned has been employed by St Helens.
Among a variety of services, VA dieticians can provide a sensible and sustained dietary plan to help take weight off and keep it off.
Among the requirements for receiving a General Mills Champions grant was that the program must include a strong nutrition education component and that a registered dietician be an integral part of the program's planning and program activities.
I am not a dietician but I implore those looking for help to look in the right place for the right type of help.
All clinical dieticians and dietician technicians working in the private sector must now obtain a licence from the SCH.
Chris Burrows, community dietician based at Coventry and Warwickshire Hospital, said: "This is a great free way for people to exercise before they go on holiday and they could end up with some treasure in the winners' prize draw.