Dietician or dietitian

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Dietician is a variant spelling of dietitian. A dietitian is someone who is employed to tell others about their diet, or about the way they eat. They study dietetics. The spelling is used about three times as much as the spelling.


A dietitian from Morris Hospital will offer tips to help people with diabetes eat sensibly through the holiday season while still enjoying social gatherings during a free program from 6 to 7:30 p.m. Dec. 16 in Whitman Assembly Room 1 at Morris Hospital, 150 W. High Street, Morris. [Morris Daily Herald]

Anyway, while Martin’s diet was pretty much the exact opposite of RD-sanctioned, you can still enjoy Olive Garden without burying your healthy diet in a pile of endless breadsticks—just ask any of these 5 dietitians, who gave us their picks for eating well, even at the temple of carbs. [Fox News]

“We have assumptions about certain foods – like if this is a vegetable, it’s always good, and if this is a carb, it’s always bad,” says dietician Leslie Bonci. “And reality is – lines are blurred.” [CBS Pittsburgh]

To help its customers make healthier choices, H-E-B has partnered with the American Diabetes Association to launch a nutrition-services pilot project that places dieticians in select H-E-B locations around the state. [Brownsville Herald]

When Fayetteville Public School Nutrition Supervisor Allyson Mrachek needed help with taste testings this fall for the newly introduced Harvest of the Month program, she reached out to human nutrition and hospitality innovation students with a dietetics concentration in the Dale Bumpers College of Agricultural, Food and Life Sciences at the University of Arkansas. [University of Arkansas Newswire]

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