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Happy Heart Health Month: Resources for Your Clients

Happy Heart Health Month: Resources for Your Clients

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.

Healthy Groceries: Now Covered by a Plan Near You?

Healthy Groceries: Now Covered by a Plan Near You?

Imagine if your clients’ health insurance benefits included receipt of nutritious food. We can dream, right? Good news - this very benefit could be coming to an insurance plan near you. 

Vegan, Vegetarian and Hungry? Resources for You and Your Clients

Vegan, Vegetarian and Hungry? Resources for You and Your Clients

Your clients may be vegan or vegetarian-curious. Or they may have been following one of these lifestyles for years. When they come to you with their questions about vegan or vegetarian-based eating, where do you turn if you have questions? Here are solid resources from RDNs to use and/or guide clients toward for more information.

Diabetes Resources for You and Your Clients

Diabetes Resources for You and Your Clients

Today we’re sharing more resources with you – this time with a focus on diabetes and prediabetes. Whether your client is newly-diagnosed or has been trying to manage his or her condition for 23 years, check below for the perfect RDN-recommended resource for his/her needs. For those of you who counsel clients with these conditions, read on! 

Eating Disorder and Body Image Resources

Eating Disorder and Body Image Resources

We’re focusing on another niche practice area on the blog today: disordered eating and body image. If you counsel clients with eating disorders (ED) or body image issues, or are interested in learning more about this practice area, we’re sharing resources such as organizations, conferences, books and sites for and from RDNs that we find helpful – we hope you find them helpful, too!