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My latest book: “Vegetarian & Vegan – An Introduction” in hardback if you like. Preview at http://bit.ly/Kyzq63 (feels more substantial than an eBook and may be a good gift for those you want to inspire)…from Celeste Hudson

Below, you can buy my latest book in hardback if you like (the hardback format feels more substantial than an eBook and may be a good gift for those you want to inspire)…Celeste Hudson

Title:  Vegetarian & Vegan – An Introduction  click here to Preview and How to Order

Editor:  Celeste Hudson, MBA, PhD

Vegetarian Eating: facts versus fiction i.e. does a vegetarian diet lack in protein?

Loma Linda University Vegetarian Food Pyramid

Loma Linda University Vegetarian Food Pyramid (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Good 1-pager (PDF) on Vegetarian Eating…facts versus fiction i.e. does a vegetarian diet lack in protein?

Click here for download page

Found a list of Dietetic Internships: for International Food, Nutrition and Dietetics Professionals

Nutrition

Here is a reference for dietetics professionals that describes Didactic, Coordinated, Dietetic Technician, Dietetic Internships and other programs that have international collaborations with over 50 foreign locations. Made possible through the Wimpfheimer-Guggenheim Fund for International Exchange in Nutrition, Dietetics and Management…

Click here for the download page

Our New Focus…

Moving forward, we will try to find, or create, free versions of fee-based resources (such as brochures, tools, and books) for dietitians – to help them out.   We will provide links to both versions in case either can be helpful.

We hope this research is helpful and best wishes for your success.

Sincerely,

John and Celeste Hudson

(authors of this blog and CelesteHealthyLiving.com)

Just finished new BOOK: “Vegetarian and Vegan – An Introduction” (267 pgs)

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Celeste Healthy Living - BOOK: Vegetarian & Vegan - An Introduction (267 PGS)

April 26, 2012:
BOOK: VEGETARIAN & VEGAN – AN INTRODUCTION” (267 pgs) click here.

Editor: Celeste Hudson, MBA, PhD

Preface

There is a growing trend toward being vegan or vegetarian. Famous vegan personalities are featured by the media, like Bill Clinton, casino mogul Steve Wynn, Pamela Anderson, Shania Twain, William Shatner. Many recognizable celebrities, past and present, have chosen this lifestyle – Ellen, Deepak Chopra, Albert Einstein, Gloria Steinem, Bob Marley, Mark Twain, Leonardo da Vinci, Charles Darwin, Alec Baldwin, Benjamin Franklin, Mike Tyson, Plato, Socrates, Twitter Co-Founder Biz Stone, Pink and Michael J. Fox.

Proof of the trend can be found in grocery stores. Where Heinz used to be the only vegetarian baked beans available, now there are several on the shelf, there are aisles or entire stores dedicated to organic, vegan and vegetarian foods. Businesses supply what customers want – a recent Gallup Poll reported that 20% of the population looks for a restaurant with vegetarian items, a third of the public would order non-meat items if they were listed on the menu. This 20-30% has changed businesses’ and health care professionals’ need to add vegetarian items to menus or address this choice when offering patient care.

It is the position of The American Dietetic Association (ADA) that appropriately planned vegetarian diets are healthful, nutritionally adequate, and provide health benefits in the prevention and treatment of certain diseases.

Included in this book are the Basics, Trends and Resources that show how scientific data suggest positive relationships between a vegetarian diet and reduced risk for several chronic degenerative diseases and conditions, including obesity, coronary artery disease, hypertension, diabetes mellitus, and some types of cancer. Enjoy.

Sincerely,

Celeste Hudson, MBA, PhD

Celeste Healthy Living – BOOK: Vegetarian & Vegan – An Introduction (267 PGS)

Dietitians and Nutritionists : Occupational Outlook Handbook : U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

Cover of the 2006-2007 Occupational Outlook Ha...

U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics: Occupational Outlook Handbook (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

A good link for seeing the potential in this field from the government’s perspective i.e. “Employment of dietitians and nutritionists is expected to increase 20 percent from 2010 to 2020, faster than the average for all occupations.”

Click here for:  Occupational Outlook Handbook : U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics on Dietitians and Nutritionists.

BROCHURES: Handwashing from Health and Human Services. Ref: #nutrition, #health coaching, #dietitian

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To Dietitians:  You may want to provide this link on your own website or blog, as it has good brochures that your clients may find helpful (even POSTERS) for your corporate or restaurant clients:  Handwashing – Health and Human Services

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