RDs can teach good nutrition anywhere

01/3/2013 | Today's Dietitian

Dietitians can educate people about good nutrition regardless of whether they live in "food deserts" that offer few healthy choices or "food swamps" with abundant variety, registered dietitian Kathryn Hillstrom writes. RDs can teach consumers how to shop on a budget and prepare healthy meals, she writes, and empower them to ask retailers to stock the types of foods they want to purchase.

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