July 2021 Newsletter


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All bodies are works of art. Nourish them with fresh, artful food!




There’s just something about that summer sun kissing your face that puts you in a good mood!

As I was doing my research to find the best news and resources for you this month, I found some great clinical articles on kidney disease, guidelines on stroke prevention and more! July is National Culinary Arts Month, a time to recognize and celebrate the work of professional chefs, and we salute the amazing culinary teams that have worked with health care facilities through the pandemic.

I thought it would also be interesting to explore how we can all bring a little more of the culinary arts into our summer experience. We’re constantly encouraging our patients to eat healthier and move more, and we’re encouraging clients to make that happen for their own patients/residents. By embracing all the good food and activities that summer has to offer, we can accomplish both! Be sure to read our latest blog post that explores this topic further.

Speaking of summer fun, I sincerely hope everyone had an enjoyable and safe July 4th holiday! I personally love the chance to spend time with family and enjoy some great food.

As always, I love getting feedback from you on what we’re sharing. Feel free to email me at info@beckydorner.com with comments or questions!

Warmest wishes,






The Latest News in Health & Nutrition
for July





Get the Most Nutrition and Enjoyment Out of Your Food This Summer

This month is National Culinary Month, which sparked our creativity and got us thinking about how we can embrace the culinary arts in the prime of summer.



Exploring Protein Energy Wasting in Chronic Kidney Disease

A number of issues can directly affect the metabolic and nutritional status of patients with CKD. Learn more about treatment options to reverse, or prevent, energy and protein depletion.



Examining the 2021 Guidelines for Stroke Prevention

Mitigation of a secondary stroke in most cases can be attainable through lifestyle modifications, diagnosis and treatment of contributing high-risk conditions.



July 2021 COVID-19 Updates

We are starting to see more data and research about the lasting effects of COVID-19—and about the efficacy of the vaccine. Get the latest updates here!






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July 22, 2021

Putting the Pieces Together: Protein Energy Wasting in Chronic Kidney Disease

Melissa Prest, DCN, MS, RDN, CSR, LDN





August 12, 2021

Feeding Adults through the Continuum of Care, Part 1: Parenteral Nutrition Support

Elizabeth Wall, MS, RDN-AP, CNSC



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Feeding Adults through the Continuum of Care, Part 2: Enteral Nutrition Support

Elizabeth Wall, MS, RDN-AP, CNSC






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