In honour of dietitians week here is another 10 things post… Dietitians are well-known as the gold standard for nutrition advice but our roles involve so much more than that. Here are 10 things you probably didn’t know we do: Continue reading “10 things you probably didn’t know dietitians get involved in”
Wondering what to do after your A-levels? Thinking of a career change? Have you thought about training to be a dietitian (or nutritionist)?
This week is Dietitians Weeks and I’ve been posting about what dietitians do and why I love being a dietitian. I’ve been involved in training students for most of my 15 year career as a dietitian- in NHS posts and now as a lecturer. Here are 10 things that might help you decide whether this is the career route for you. I’ve tried to be brutally honest about what training involves so you can make an informed choice! Continue reading “10 things to know if you’re thinking of training to be a dietitian”
I’ve been a registered dietitian since 2001 and I would be lying if I said I’ve loved every aspect of every job I’ve done – (today I’m only just getting home from my NHS post 3 hours later than planned due to catching up on piles of paperwork 😁) – but there are many reasons I’m thankful for finding dietetics!
In honour of dietitians week and in no particular order – here are 10 things I truly love about being a dietitian. Continue reading “10 reasons to love being a dietitian ❤️”
Dietitians are a small but varied profession – the gold standard of nutrition professionals. We work in many different specialities but are usually united by similar philosophies around food and health messages. Here are 10 thinks you’re unlikely to hear us saying! Continue reading “10 things you’re unlikely to hear a dietitian saying”
Dietitians are expertly trained to support you in managing your weight – most people know that – but did you know there is so more we are trained to do – here are some diets used by dietitians that you may never have heard of. Continue reading “10 dietitian-recommended diets that you’ve never heard of. “