Registered Dietitian Toolkit- Wide World of Watermelon 
You’re an RDN – a highly educated professional with a demanding schedule and an unwavering dedication to improving health through food and nutrition. You make a difference locally and Read more
Clinical Practices to Mitigate Weight Bias
This article reviews the evidence for how the attitudes, communication, and behaviors of clinicians differ towards patients with obesity, and examines interventions to reduce weight bias Read more
Hospital Partnerships & Co-branding Opportunities
True You Food loves to partner with bariatric centers & hospitals offering weight loss programs. Multiple levels of partnership & co-branding opportunities. Source: Hospital Read more
Diabetes educators provide tips for choosing useful health care apps
A plethora of smartphone apps offer people living with diabetes assistance in many aspects of disease management, from self-monitoring to communication to dosing and insulin titration. Read more
The Differences Between Par and Non-Par Providers
Learn the differences between par and non-par medical providers. Participating providers have a contract with a payer, while non-participating don’t. Source: The Differences Between Read more
Language matters in successful communication
As the language used in interactions with patients can have a significant impact on how they perceive their condition, Diabetes UK has published a position statement addressing how Read more
Patient and Clinician Experiences With Telehealth for Patient Follow-up Care
Telemedicine visits may be used with established patients for follow-up care without a loss of patient satisfaction with communication with providers and with enhanced convenience and Read more
The Public Health Impact of Parent-Reported Childhood Food Allergies in the United States
Childhood food allergy (FA) is a life-threatening chronic condition that substantially impairs quality of life. This large, population-based survey estimates childhood FA prevalence and Read more
The association between neonatal vitamin D status and risk of schizophrenia
Clues from the epidemiology of schizophrenia, such as the increased risk in those born in winter/spring, have led to the hypothesis that prenatal vitamin D deficiency may increase the risk Read more