When it comes to nutritional counseling, dietitians can employ a variety of strategies and counseling techniques to help their clients enact positive behavior changes. One of these is termed motivational interviewing (MI), which invites clients to engage and share during their appointment with you, and to play an active role in developing a plan for their improved health.
The team here at Healthy Bytes has never met a piece of dark chocolate that we didn’t like. Do you feel the same? In the spirit of Valentine’s Day, we’re sharing dietitians’ favorite recipes that include dark chocolate. Enjoy!
Meet Healthy Bytes team member, Chris Suswal! Chris is based in our New York office, where he is a Senior Account Manager, serving as a lead point of contact for our corporate accounts. Chris has a background in pharma and healthcare – a natural fit for continuing to grow Healthy Bytes as a company! Thank you for giving him a warm welcome.
Many of you are aware that February is heart health month, and we want to share resources with you that may help improve your clients’ heart health. The stats are scary: One in every four deaths in the U.S. are attributed to heart disease, making it the leading cause of death in the U.S. among both men and women, according to the Office of Disease Prevention and Health Promotion. And among women, cardiovascular disease is the number one cause of death, according to the American Heart Association.
In a recent post, we shared various digital and online marketing tactics to help you land new clients – or to help you extend your services to your current clients. Another element of getting noticed online is via search engine optimization (SEO), or the practice of drawing traffic to your site and web pages via search engines, namely, Google.