4 Kitchen Appliances that Make Food Prep Easy for Dietetics Students | Food & Nutrition Magazine

champlifezy / iStock / Getty Images Plus I’m sure most nutrition and dietetics students can agree that finding time to fulfill our many responsibilities while fitting in exercise and healthy eating is not a walk in the park. After a long day, all I crave is a healthy meal that will power me with the […]

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Comparing Yourself to Other Dietetics Students? Do This Instead. | Food & Nutrition

Jacob Ammentorp Lund/iStock/Getty Images Plus/Getty Images Being a dietetics student, or even just a student in general, is the most stressful thing I have yet to encounter. With each major and degree comes even more advanced qualifications and skills that you must acquire. Dietetics is an ever-growing practice that has an intense workload. Many people […]

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Becoming Confidently Confident | Food & Nutrition Magazine

Photo courtesy of jacoblund/iStock/Getty Images Plus/Getty Images Do you ever feel like you’re holding yourself back from making your dreams a reality? This lack of self-confidence can be a hurdle that keeps us from growth. However, this hurdle doesn’t have to stand in the way. We can choose self-confidence. Here are 10 tips for becoming […]

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3 Things I Learned Working with People with Intellectual Developmental Disabilities | Food & Nutrition

Photo courtesy of Ohlesbeauxjours/iStock/Getty Images Plus/Getty Images Have you ever considered working with people who have developmental disabilities? Intellectual Developmental Disabilities, or IDD, are characterized by impairments in communication, social interaction and self-care abilities due to the presence of a (typically) congenital disorder which affects physical, intellectual and/or emotional development. IDD includes several conditions such […]

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