Share an Olympic Great Start Story –
and Give a Kid Breakfast
Do your clients need a dose of inspiration to meet their health goals? Point them to
Great Start Stories to see that the road to greatness isn’t always easy – even for elite athletes.
And because a nutritious breakfast is a great start to the day, Kellogg will donate a breakfast to a child in need every time you and your clients share an athlete’s
"start story" on social media.1
Nearly one in five kids go without breakfast every day. Our goal is to share two million breakfasts to help give these kids a great start.
Get in the game now! Share a
Great Start Story to get breakfast
to a child in need.
Continuing Ed from Today's Dietitian
Spring Symposium: May 18 – 20 in Las Vegas
Should you attend the 2014 Today’s Dietitian Spring Symposium in Las Vegas? You bet!
On the roster are top-notch speakers and sessions, networking, great food and accommodations – and up to 14 CDR-approved continuing education credits.
Learn more and register now.
FREE Live Webinar February 19: Selling
Health to Shoppers: Strategies for Dietitians
Calling all dietitians who work in supermarket settings – or want to.
Tune in to Selling Health to Shoppers: Strategies for Dietitians on February 19 at 2 pm ET.
Speakers Barbara Ruhs, MS, RD, retail food, health and nutrition marketing consultant, and Collin R. Payne, PhD, Associate Professor of Marketing at New Mexico State University plan an informative agenda. Dietitians will learn to:
- Recognize the potential impact of supermarkets on improving public health.
- Better understand how supermarkets are designed to influence purchase decisions and how to help shoppers navigate potential pitfalls that may lead to poor nutritional choices.
- Use supermarkets as an ideal teaching and learning laboratory to inspire clients to make healthful purchases.
This program is presented by Today's Dietitian through the support of
Kellogg’s MyBowl™ and approved for 1.0 continuing education credit.
FREE On Demand Webinar: New Year,
New Attitudes: Resolutions for Counseling
Did you miss the live program on December 12? No problem – now it’s available on demand.
Refresh your weight management counseling techniques with presenter Susan Burke March, RDN, LDN, CDE. Susan discusses evidence-based practices and resources to help adults and adolescents adopt healthy weight behaviors.
Approved for 1.0 continuing education credit.
View the recorded program now!