At Plateful of Yum we know that a qualified Dietitian Staffing is integral to the success of a clinical treatment team. Our specialty is in the recruitment and retention of Dietitians and nutrition professionals for direct hire, temporary, and consulting positions. We stand out from other recruitment and staffing companies, as we are Dietitian owned, and have insight on where to find the best and brightest talent to fulfill your staffing needs. We have an arsenal of highly skilled Dietitians, experienced in different facets of nutrition care such as clinical nutrition, pediatric nutrition, renal nutrition and geriatric nutrition. Regardless of the uniqueness of your organization’s needs, we will be able to match you with the right Dietitian. Our client’s staffing needs are filled in as little as 14 days, with a 100% of recruitment completed within 30 days.
Our standard pre-screening includes:
Registered Dietitian credential verification
State licensure verification when applicable
Clinical competency assessment
Additional screenings may be provided as needed or upon request.
You can expect the following from our Dietitians:
Experienced and highly efficient Registered & Licensed Dietitians
Best practice standards of care for nutrition and food services
Improved patient outcomes
Thorough assessments, clinical nutrition and dietary compliance audits
Continuous coverage for vacations, holiday, weekend relief and other absences
Staff training and development programs for dietary and clinical personnel
When breakfast is overindulgent it can really slow you down, send you into hibernation mode and wreck all the hard work you put into exercising during the week. However, this flourless pancake recipe is indulgent yet healthy, filling, and so simple to make.
The recipe yields 4 pancakes, at 290 calories total which is a major win. Here is what you will need.
1 tablespoons Flax Seed, Ground
1/8 teaspoons Baking Powder
2 serving whole Egg
Whisk eggs in a bowl. Mash banana in a separate bowl and pour in whisked eggs. Add in ground flax seeds and baking powder. Combine.
Lightly grease griddle and place on medium heat. Take 1/4 cup as scoop, and scoop pancake mixture unto griddle. Cook evenly on both sides.
Repeat steps until batter is used up. You may add toppings such as fresh fruit, nuts and 1 Tbsp. Pure maple syrup.
I would love to see your yummy pancake creations, so make sure to tag me on social media @platefulofyum
P.S: If you need additional guidance on how to build a balanced meal to meet your specific health goals, let’s chat. Schedule a free nutrition consultation with me here — > http://bit.ly/Freenutritionconsult
Heart disease is one of the leading causes of deaths in the United States. The great news is that almost all forms of heart disease can be prevented or managed to some significant degree by diet. Learn how some simple changes in your diet can boost your heart health for good.
Ever heard of Kombucha? Kombucha is a symbiotic colony of bacteria and yeast. Yes, I know it might sound somewhat ‘gross’, but don’t knock it until you try it. Watch the video below to learn about all Kombucha health benefits, and why you should include it as part of your health regimen.
A Dietitian is an expert in nutrition, who has fulfilled rigorous requirements in order to dispense scientifically sound nutrition advice. A lot of people don’t understand that nutrition is a science, and requires the expertise of a trained dietitian professional. In order to become a dietitian, you have to achieve at least a Bachelor’s degree in Nutrition – which is steeped in the following courses- organic chemistry, biochemistry, metabolism of nutrients, nutrition through the human life cycle, food science and more. You must also undergo an extensive supervised internship that covers all aspects of nutrition specialization. This ranges from clinical nutrition, and community nutrition to food service. Within these categories, you can also further specialize in renal nutrition, pediatric nutrition, geriatric nutrition and more. Finally, you must pass an exam to become a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist. However in almost all states you also need to be licensed to dispense nutrition advice.
California is one of those states with an exemption. The state does not require licensure for the provision of nutrition advice, which means that you are a greater risk of receiving nutrition advice from someone who is not a qualified professional. The term ‘Nutritionist’ by itself is not a regulated term, which means that anyone in California can give nutrition advice. As noted previously, Registered Dietitians are the experts in nutrition with numerous years of training (a minimum of 5 years ) in order to practice nutrition. Whenever you take nutrition advice from just anyone, especially someone who claims to be a ‘nutritionist’ without the Dietitian Credential, you are putting your health at great risk.
A Registered Dietitian is well versed on how foods will impact your medical condition- whether positively or negatively, and food and drug nutrient reactions. They also know how to interpret lab values – along with prescribing the right diet to manage any disease or health condition, ranging from diabetes, heart disease or digestive issues. If you are looking for a Registered Dietitian in California, then you have come to the right place. Dietitian Titi Ayanwola MPH, RD, LD of Plateful of Yum is a renowned celebrity dietitian with numerous years of experience. She has helped many individuals improve their health, lose weight natural and get in the best shape of their health. Whether you want to get out of your mom jeans for good or get runway ready, she can help. Schedule your free nutrition consultation with her today http://bit.ly/Freenutritionconsult which is the first step in achieving long lasting health.
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