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The Great Resignation Epidemic: What Is It And How To Beat It?

What’s the number one thing that keeps top performing employees happy at their jobs? According to research by Gallup, it’s career growth opportunities. In a survey done with Amazon in June 2021, Gallup found that…Read More

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End 2021 on a Good Bite

As the end of 2021 nears, we’ve compiled some of the latest news and trends in the food and nutrition industry. As nutrition professionals, you are the first line of defense when it comes to…Read More

Fruits and vegetables

September is “Fruits and Veggies – More Matters” Month

It’s time to grab your shopping cart and head to the produce section, because September is National Fruits and Veggies Month! Dedicated to the many plant foods that we all enjoy, this month is about…Read More

COVID-19 vaccination updates

Latest COVID-19 Updates for September

Information related to COVID-19 is rapidly evolving in the wake of the Delta variant surge, forcing many essential service personnel to monitor developments regularly. Our role at Becky Dorner & Associates is to help you…Read More

Clinical nutrition care for enteral and parenteral nutrition

Spotlight on Malnutrition Month & Malnutrition Awareness Week 2021

Nutrition professionals play a crucial role in identifying and treating malnutrition, and it’s a condition that must be treated early and comprehensively. However, it’s also a condition that can easily go unnoticed until the effects…Read More

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Kids Eat Right Month and National Breastfeeding Month

Kids Eat Right Month is a national initiative to raise awareness about the importance of good nutrition for children and teaching children healthy eating habits that they will use all their lives. As the Chair…Read More

After a challenging 2020, this new year is a great opportunity for a fresh start. If we’ve learned anything from last year, it’s that life is unpredictable and our health is so important. Let’s take this new year to make the small, positive changes we can and focus on the things that we have control over. Long term health and wellness starts with these small changes that turn into healthy habits.

Food and Health Trends for the New Year and Beyond

After a challenging 2020, this new year is a great opportunity for a fresh start. If we’ve learned anything from last year, it’s that life is unpredictable and our health is essential. Let’s start this…Read More

Food and Nutrition Programs for Older Adults

Food and Nutrition Programs for Older Adults

Position of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics and the Society for Nutrition Education and Behavior: Food and Nutrition Programs for Community-Residing Older Adults Eat Right Pro - Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics Being familiar…Read More

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Safe Tips for Eating Healthy During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Nancy is a healthy 66 year old woman, but still very concerned about the news she keeps hearing about the Coronavirus (COVID-19). She is afraid to go to the grocery store and decides to call…Read More

National Nutrition Month

In Honor of National Nutrition Month, Explore the Link Between Healthy Eating and Healthy Aging

Source: Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics March is National Nutrition Month® a time to "eat right, bite by bite" and emphasize the importance of nutrition. Healthy eating helps us feel better at any age, and…Read More

Superfoods

Superfoods and Aging: What’s Real and What Should I Eat?

Maria has been reading about superfoods and how they can help slow the effects of aging. At 68 years of age, she is concerned about staying as healthy as she possibly can through her golden…Read More

Heart healthy foods to reduce risk of cardiovascular disease

Clear the Confusion: What to Eat to Reduce Risk of Cardiovascular Disease

Janelle is a 59-year-old woman who is concerned about her risk for cardiovascular disease (CVD). Her mother died at age 61 from a heart attack, and even though Janelle is relatively healthy, her LDL cholesterol…Read More