U.S. RDs find different challenges when practicing abroad

04/25/2012 | Today's Dietitian

U.S. dietitians who practice in other countries encounter culture-based nutrition challenges but can find new professional opportunities and stay connected with the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics through its online programs and international affiliate. Registered dietitian Julie Meyer created a business in Shanghai, China, to provide nutrition and food-safety information to expatriates and travelers who worry about food quality and safety in the country.

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