- n. alternative spelling of dietitian.
- n. a specialist in the study of nutrition
“I think your dietician is a little insane, if I understand this correctly.”
“A registered dietician, trainer and mom of teenagers who set her mind to making the squad and joined the Cincinnati Bengals' Ben-Gals squad in 2009, Vikmanis serves as a guide for her younger cheerleading teammates.”
“A dietician will work with the team to meet your child's nutritional needs.”
“The primary team consists of pulmonologists, registered nurses, physical therapists, respiratory therapists, a dietician and a social worker.”
“Gwen Shamblin, a dietician who founded the Weigh Down Workshop, took her message of prayer to curb appetite to Sumner County schools this week.”
“Krieger, a dietician and host of "Healthy Appetite" on the Food Network, unveiled a Tri-Color salad made with cauliflower, broccoli and red peppers that will be added to the menus of all New York City schools as part of a larger push to include more fresh fruit and vegetables in student diets.”
“A practicing dietician not registered with the ADA or CDR is liable to face prosecution in over 90% of the country.”
“It was the dietician who suggested a form of killing that would capture the attention of the world.”
“I have been wanting to study nutrition and dietetics (with the aim of becoming a hospital dietician) for more than a decade.”
“It's not like having celiac disease, where people can't ever eat gluten," says Sue Shepherd , a dietician in Victoria, Australia, who developed the diet in 2001 mainly for patients with lactose or fructose intolerance, but found it worked well with IBS sufferers as well.”
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