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Nutrition Professionals, this site was designed for you! Find the practical answers you’re looking for fast–No fluff, no one’s PhD thesis, and no magic pills. Just choose Read more
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Telehealth allows you to connect from anywhere over a secure internet site with clients from the convenience of their home. Medical nutrition therapy is regulated on the state level.  You Read more
The Beginners Guide to Insurance Billing Codes For Dietitians – Healthie Blog: Resources for Health and Wellness Professionals
Here at Healthie, we hear a lot of questions from our nutrition community about which CPT and ICD-10 codes to use for documentation. Source: The Beginners Guide to Insurance Billing Codes Read more
NAFLD May Be Easier to Prevent than Treat
Several new agents in the pipeline for non-alcoholic fatty liver disease, but weight loss remains key Source: NAFLD May Be Easier to Prevent than Read more
Chronic fatigue syndrome is in your gut, not your head
Physicians have been mystified by chronic fatigue syndrome, a condition where normal exertion leads to debilitating fatigue that isn’t alleviated by rest. There are no known triggers, Read more
Chronic fatigue syndrome linked to lower levels of key thyroid hormones
A new study reveals that chronic fatigue syndrome, a debilitating condition with unknown causes, can be explained by lower thyroid levels — but may be distinct from thyroidal disease. Read more
Stringent Diet May Suppress Gluten Neuropathy
Compliance with a gluten-free diet may help the pain Source: Stringent Diet May Suppress Gluten Read more
Weight Management May Reverse T2D
Study participants achieved remission to non-diabetic state Source: Weight Management May Reverse Read more
Study: High-energy breakfast aids weight loss in diabetics
Obese people with type 2 diabetes can improve their conditions with a high-energy breakfast but a smaller lunch and dinner, according to research from Israel. Source: Study: High-energy Read more
Significant Study Published on the Amount of Gluten Eaten by Folks with Celiac Disease on a Gluten-Free Diet
The study, “Determination of gluten consumption in celiac disease patients on a gluten-free diet” was recently published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition. In the opinion of Read more
Digital behavioral counseling program
Omada Health’s digital behavioral counseling program will become a reimbursable Medicare benefit under the CDC’s Diabetes Prevention Program, the digital therapeutics provider Read more
Higher HDL-C Linked to Better Cognition in Older DM Patients
However, no significant clinical factor was found to predict cognitive decline in older diabetes patients Source: Higher HDL-C Linked to Better Cognition in Older DM Read more
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Lorraine Matthews-Antosiewicz, Registered Dietitian and Nutritionist in New Jersey provides personalized weight loss diet counseling and medical nutrition therapy for diabetes, digestive Read more
‘Metabolically Healthy’ Obesity? Not So Much, Study Finds
Nearly 40% increase in CV events, even without diabetes or biomarker risk factors Source: ‘Metabolically Healthy’ Obesity? Not So Much, Study Read more
Healthcare Texting for Patient Appointments Could Pose Risks
Healthcare organizations must be mindful of security when engaging in healthcare texting for patient appointments. Source: Healthcare Texting for Patient Appointments Could Pose Read more
The emerging role of ketogenic diets in cancer treatment
Source: The emerging role of ketogenic diets in cancer treatment : Current Opinion in Clinical Nutrition & Metabolic Read more
Window of Opportunity to Lower Diabetes Risk?
This MedPage Today article presents research that suggests young adulthood could be a critical time to lose weight in order to avoid diabetes.   Read the original article: Window of Read more
Tracking Malnutrition: Practical Observations CEU 
Part 1: Our nutrition videos are lectures recorded at global nutrition conferences and workshops, featuring leading experts addressing a wide range of key nutritional topics. The talks are Read more
Low maternal vitamin D & increased percent body fat in children
Women with low vitamin D at 15 weeks’ gestation were more likely to have children with a higher percentage body fat at age 5 years old. Read more about this interesting study in this Read more
Geriatric Anemia
Differential Diagnosis of Geriatric Anemia: Improving Outcomes for Treatable Causes Source: Geriatric Read more
CME on Geriatric Anemia
Differential Diagnosis of Geriatric Anemia: Improving Outcomes for Treatable Causes Source: Geriatric Read more
Recorded Sessions with CEUs
A wide variety of CEU topics are available on the CEU Page at Dietitian Read more
An EMR option for Dietitians
KaiZen offers an EMR for Dietititians starting at $50 per month for up to 10 Read more
Washington Post Reports on Twitter Dietitian Conflicts
Debates about food and farming have become so heated that a major dietetics group sent members guidelines for how to behave on the Internet. Read the Washington Post Story: There’s drama Read more
Smaller Plates Matter!
….overall, smaller plates can help reduce consumption under specific conditions. The researchers collated 56 previous research studies examining the effect of smaller plates on Read more
Dietitian Entrepreneur Mastermind Retreat 2018
Attend this two-day retreat to help grow your business while connecting, collaborating and gaining inspiration from like-minded nutrition entrepreneurs. Source: Dietitian Entrepreneur Read more
Diabetes Educator Resources From ADA
Source: Diabetes Educator Resources | American Diabetes Read more
LEAP Study Paves Way For Food Allergy Prevention
Landmark study presented at AAAAI Annual Meeting paves way for food allergy prevention. LEAP study hints at new food allergy guidelines. Source: Study Paves Way For Food Allergy Read more
Guide to Insurance and Reimbursement – Today’s Dietitian Magazine
Today’s Dietitian magazine, the leading news source for dietitians and nutritionists, covering topics such as diabetes management, long-term care, new products and technologies, Read more
Reimbursement Newsletter Archive from the Academy
As a member of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, you can access the archives for MNT Provider. Well worth the reading when you are trying to figure out how to get paid! MNT Read more
Find Out What Medicare Will Pay For Your Services
Medicare pays dietitians 85% of what they would pay a physician offering the same service.  Here’s where you can look up what they pay in your state. Physician Fee Schedule Look-Up Read more
Insurance Billing for Nutrition Counseling–It Starts With Learning a Form
Many private practice dietitians find insurance billing to be an absolutely necessary evil if they are going to make a private practice viable.  The issue is that many or most clients  Read more
Dementia Rates Fall with Rising Lithium Levels in Water
“Our findings agree with results of the two longer-term randomized clinical trials of lithium in subtherapeutic doses producing stabilizing effects among individuals with mild Read more
Metformin: Vascular Benefits in Children With Type 1 Diabetes
Metformin improves some indicators of vascular function and long-term blood glucose control in children with type 1 diabetes, while reducing their insulin needs, according to a randomized, Read more
Unbiased, Scientific Clinical Information on Complementary, Alternative, and Integrative Therapies
The Natural Medicines Comprehensive Database is the recognized source when you need to find the research and avoid the hype.  Link to the Database here: Natural Medicines Comprehensive Read more
MTHFR-Methylenetetrahydrofolate reductase
Wikipedia offers an awesome bibliography on MTHFR: Methylenetetrahydrofolate reductase – Read more
Nutrition Reimbursement Guide by Healthy Bytes
Nutrition insurance reimbursement and private practice resources and books.  Source: Books and Guides — Healthy Read more
Healthy Bytes Insurance Claim Service
Reimbursement Reimagined For Dietitians. Let us handle the insurance paperwork. You focus on what really matters. Source: Better Claims — Healthy Read more
Dietitians on Demand
Dietitians on Demand Source: Dietitians on Read more
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You have valuable ideas that need to be shared. NutriScape wants to give you an audience and a platform to publish your insights without the work and costs of setting up your own site. Read more
IBS-D Treatment: Incorporating Effective Strategies in a New Era (Med-IQ)
This free e-publication provides clinical evidence and expert insight to help clinicians better diagnose patients with IBS-D and incorporate the use of new agents into clinical practice. Read more
Researchers Say: No difference in muscle pain with statins vs placebo
No difference in muscle pain with statins vs placebo Unidavis summarizes the recent research: No difference in muscle pain with statins vs Read more
Low maternal vitamin D & increased percent body fat in children
Women with low vitamin D at 15 weeks’ gestation were more likely to have children with a higher percentage body fat at age 5 years old. Read more about this interesting study in this Read more