Dietitians love food and our curiosity to understand the science behind it drives us. Like all regulated health professionals, we undergo comprehensive and rigorous training, both on the job and in universities. You can find us working everywhere, including in health care, the food industry, education, business, government, and many other places.
We collaborate with our patients, clients, industry and government leaders, and communities to deliver reliable, life-changing advice.
Find out more here about dietitians and the difference between a dietitian and a nutritionist.
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The risk for developing Alzheimer’s disease increases as we get older. What can you do? Enjoy a variety of foods regularly and keep your brain and body active to keep your brain healthy.
Food is one of life’s greatest pleasures, and eating well can help older adults stay healthy for longer. Here is some advice on healthy food choices and supplements.
This article will give you tips on choosing healthy foods, grocery shopping and meal planning. With a little planning, you can eat well and enjoy a balanced, healthy diet.
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