Posts tagged lifestyle
Dallas Odgers, RD, CF-L2

I usually try to focus on describing the type of people I help and the value that I can bring them. For example, a common description would be that I help people manage their diabetes through education, goal setting, and accountability—this would be the majority of my clientele.

As my business grows, it will more likely be something like this: I am a private practice dietitian that offers strength and conditioning coaching, community, and nutrition education for long-term lifestyle change.

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Michelle Katz MS, RD, LD, CDE

My career path is definitely a ladder. There are so many opportunities in the world of diabetes. Always new devices, new medications, new types of insulin, artificial pancreas, etc. It is a constant change and is growing all the time.

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Vincci Tsui, RD

Currently I have a private practice where I specialize in working with people who crave more than standard, mainstream diet advice. Often my clients come in with multi-layered concerns, for example, they might want to lose weight, but they’re limited by their food sensitivities or cooking meals that their entire family will like; or they want to learn how to fuel properly for a marathon, but they are vegetarian.

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Andrea Hardy, RD

It’s funny, I became an RD because I thought I wanted to be in sports nutrition. I really didn’t know what else was out there, besides weight management and sports nutrition. It was all I had ever been exposed to. Little did I know, there was an entire world of dietetics out there I had yet to explore!

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Cara Harbstreet, RD, MS, LD

I worked a number of jobs throughout college, some food related and some less so. I even worked at a brewery for a short time before returning to school for my Master’s program! During my last semester an opportunity opened, and although I knew things would be hectic, I pounced on the chance to land my dream job. It was a perfect fit and I’ve been there ever since!

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