Studies Suggest Healthful Dietary Modifications May Cut Risk and Ease Symptoms.
Building a Multicultural Team
Dietitians Who Speak Various Languages and Understand Different Cultures have an Important Role to Play in Improving Patient Care.
Evidence Shows Antioxidant-Rich Herbs and Spices May Cut Chronic Disease Risk
Functional Foods Can Lower the Bad Cholesterol While Raising the Good to Improve Cardiovascular Health
Statins: One Pill, Many Benefits?
Managing Enteral Nutrition Intolerance in the Critically-Ill Patient
Glutamine Supplementation May Benefit Critically-Ill Patients
Recent Research on the Health-Promoting Effects of Antioxidants
Benefits and Risks of Probiotic Use in Critical Care
Beyond Heart Health: Ocean of Benefits from Omega 3 Fatty Acids
Weight Loss Surgery
Counseling the Outpatient Bariatric Surgery Client
Ensuring The Health of Expectant Mother and Baby
Nutrition, Physical Assessment, and Wound Healing
Is Grass-Fed Beef Better For the Environment?
Making Sense of Salt
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Megan is a Registered Dietitian and freelance writer who resides in the cozy little town of Lafayette, Colorado with her husband and two sons. She completed her dietetic internship at the world-renowned Cleveland Clinic Foundation. As a clinical dietitian she has worked in neonatal & pediatric intensive care units, counseled weight-loss surgery patients, and managed nutrition support for critically-ill individuals.