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dietician

, dietitian
a person who specializes in dietetics
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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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After the information is collected and reviewed, the dietitian develops a nutritional care plan with objectives and goals.
We are not qualified registered dietitians. We don't know what the long or short term use of creatine or any supplement may present in the future.
Approximately 20 percent of dietitians reported 'eating a healthier diet' as a goal or concern of their patients.
The report on Global Dietitian Software Market has given an in-depth study in some new and prominent industry trends, competitive analysis, and detailed regional analysis for the review period of 2019 -2025.
The chain also offers Eating Healthy with Diabetes, where in-house dietitians lead in-store classes to educate participants on healthier food choices, goal setting, reading nutrition labels and learning about mindful eating --all free to participating customers.
The idea is that "the dietitian can perform the role of the pharmacist's extension throughout the store," asserts Jorgensen.
Similarly, dietitian respondents agreed that PEers are more approachable and more likely to build rapport with their peers than health professionals.
A dietitian also brings a different mindset to the product development process.
Hy-Vee is the only grocery chain in the country that posts a registered dietitian in nearly every one of its 236 stores.
Charlotte Codling (pictured right) is a dietitian at North Tees and Hartlepool NHS Foundation Trust
It's PR,'' said Andy Bellatti, a Las Vegas-based dietitian who helped found Dietitians for Professional Integrity, a group of about a dozen dietitians who are calling for an end to the practice.