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Can Dietitians Have Real I.M.P.A.C.T.?

As part of RD day and the RD day blogfest, each of the International Food Information Council Foundation's RDs is highlighting a key message and also what we've learned about messaging as communicators.  Visit our main blog page

The Art of Nutrition Messaging

As part of RD day and the RD day blogfest, each of the International Food Information Council Foundation's RDs is highlighting a key message and also what we've learned about messaging as communicators.  Visit our main blog page

A Food Safety Message with IMPACT

As part of RD day and the RD day blogfest, each of the International Food Information Council Foundation's RDs is highlighting a key message and also what we've learned about messaging as communicators.  Visit our main blog page

Unintended Consequences of Simple Messaging

Note: As part of RD day and the RD day blogfest, each of the International Food Information Council Foundation's RDs is highlighting a key message and also what we've learned about messaging as communicators.  Visit our main blog page for all 5 post

RDs are the Premiere Food and Health Communicators

As part of RD day and the RD day blogfest, each of the International Food Information Council Foundation's RDs is highlighting a key message and also what we've learned about messaging as communicators.  Visit our main blog page

Kicking off National School Breakfast Week

Editors Note: Today is the start of National School Breakfast Week.  Later this week, we'll be highlighting some of the Foundation's own breakfast resources, but first we wanted to highlight more on what the week is all about.

By: Dora Rivas, MS, RD, SNS, School Nutrition Association President, Executive Director of Child Nutrition Services for Dallas ISD (Tex.)   Date: 3/8/10

Everyone can agree on the importance of breakfast to student achievement, yet too many children miss out on the most critical meal of the day. 

Fishing for Variety

By: Kris Sollid, RD   Date: 3/5/10

Note: As part of National Nutrition Month, we'll be highlighting tips from our Registered Dietitians around the theme of "Nutrition from the Ground Up." For more info see our kickoff post or visit ADA's National Nutrition Month page.

Tips for Living Well & Living Longer

By: Marianne Smith-Edge   Date: 3/4/10

The High Cost of Food Borne Illness & An Opportunity for Education

By: Shelley Feist, Executive Director, Partnership for Food Safety Education  Date: 3/3/10

One Hundred Fifty Two billion dollars a year: That's the health related cost of food borne illness in the U.S. according to a new report by former FDA economist Robert L.Scharff, PhD. The report is an important contribution to the under-resourced area of research into foodborne illness and its' impact on Americans.

Kicking Off National Nutrition Month

By: Marianne Smith-Edge, MS, RD, LD, FADA   Date: 3/1/10

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