Registered Dietitians

Registered Dietitians

Compassionate, eager, enthusiastic, and diverse might be some of the words used to describe this talented group of women. This healthcare team has worked with a gamut of patients including those diagnosed with diabetes, taught classes for patients who have undergone open heart surgery, educated patients who are faced with the difficult decision to have life changing bariatric surgery, or have prescribed medical nutrition therapy for the critically ill. This group of dietitians are friends, mothers, wives, athletes, volunteers, and devoted professionals to the ever changing world of healthcare. Most of the dietitians went to colleges in the Midwest (MU, K State, Iowa State, and Ohio State) and have made their homes in Kansas City, both Missouri and Kansas. Our team mottos are, “Everything In Moderation” and “All foods fit.”

Got Fiber?

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Good Sources of Fiber

Dietary fiber has numerous health benefits and many Americans are not getting enough in their daily diet. Fiber is a type of carbohydrate that the body does not digest. The best sources of fiber include fruits, vegetables, whole grains, nuts, beans and legumes. It is recommended that most adults consume between 25 to 30 grams […]

Fighting Chronic Disease with Omega-3 Fatty Acids

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Omega 3 Sources

What classifies fats as “good” or “bad”? Fatty acids are organized into four groups: monounsaturated, polyunsaturated, saturated and trans fats. Good Fats Unsaturated fats are also known as “omega’s”. Omega fatty acids play an important role in overall health. These “good” fats are essential for heart health, lowering risk for coronary artery disease and stroke, […]

Diet Defense

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Brocoli Grape Walnut Salad

Winter is in full swing, meaning the sound of sniffles and coughs become a part of everyday sounds. If there was a way you could avoid that pesky common cold, would you do it? One of the most important defenses to prevent illness and colds is making sure your immune system is armed to fight […]

Sensible Indulgences

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Baking Substitutes

During the holiday season we tend to do more baking. The National Institute of Health estimates that Americans gain between 1 and 2 pounds between Thanksgiving and New Year’s Day. Here are some easy recipe substitutions that can be used to help make your baking healthier. These easy recipe modifications can help make foods healthier […]

Fall = Pumpkins

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Hot-Pumpkin-Cocoa

Fall! I really enjoy this time of year! Temperatures are cool, but not cold. Trees become exceptionally beautiful with all the different colored leaves painting quite a beautiful landscape to view as you drive down the road! It also means a trip to the pumpkin patch, local grocery store, or city market to choose that […]

Introducing the Mediterranean Diet

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Mediterranean Diet

The Mediterranean Diet is a heart healthy diet based off of a typical way of eating in the region surrounding the Mediterranean Sea. Countries like Spain, France, Italy, Greece, and Turkey all practice the general principles of this diet.  The Mediterranean region boasts lower rates of heart disease, cancer, Alzheimer’s and diabetes as well as […]

Celebrating Blueberries

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blueberries

It’s July and time to celebrate everything red, white and blue….blueberry that is since July is National Blueberry Month. On May 8th, 1999, the USDA proclaimed July as National Blueberry Month.  These beautiful berries greatly deserve this honor for not only are they sweet, plump, juicy and delicious, when in season, but they are nutritious […]