Whether people want to lose weight or they think it’s a way to detox their body, many look to cleanses as magical cure-alls. But are cleanses as healthy as they’re hyped up to be? Here are 3 reasons you might want to rethink starting a cleanse:
Are you thirsty? With all the choices out there, what exactly should you choose to quench your thirst during these hot summer months? When you head to the store for relief, there are so many types of water on the shelves that you could drop from dehydration before figuring out which one to buy!
Many Registered Dietitians and other healthcare professionals let out a big “Hoorah!” when Dr. Oz faced tough criticism on Capitol Hill last summer. He was called to testify during a Senate hearing about “Protecting Consumers from False and Deceptive Advertising of Weight-Loss Products.”
The Council on Future Practice (CFP) is now accepting nominations for (2) positions in the 2017-2018 program year, each with a 3-year term of service. Consider nominating yourself or a colleague to serve on the CFP. The CFP has identified the following practice gaps in its membership and is requesting experts in the following focus areas:Clinical Nutrition ManagementSchool NutritionPopulation HealthNutrigenomicsInterprofessional PracticeInterprofessional EducationSimulationsOutcomes ResearchInformatics Please submit the name and email address of your Council on Future Practice nomination to email@example.com. Self-nominations are accepted. Nominations are accepted through February 23, 2017.To learn more about the Council on Future Practice, including its purpose, structure, and functions, please visit www.eatrightpro.org/futurepractice.
A copy of the February Standards Update is posted on the ACEND Standards webpage http://www.eatrightpro.org/resources/acend/public-notices-and-announcements. The revised draft Future Education Model Accreditation Standards have been posted to the Future Education Model section (eatrightPRO.org/FutureModel) of the ACEND website