Nutrition for Healthy Aging
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Latest Healthy Aging Blog Posts
Check out these 5 wellness shot recipes! These shots are a less expensive option than ready to drink wellness shots. Best of all, they’re tasty and dietitian approved!
Vital Proteins Professional is the latest line of Collagen supplements for the popular producer of Collagen Peptides. This line offers tailored benefits for healthy aging. Read on for more information on these exciting new products!
Do edibles make you gain weight? It’s an interesting question as States continue to legalize recreational marijuana use.
Many argue that marijuana is better than alcohol. However, before jumping on the edible bandwagon, it is worth considering how this alternative may impact your weight.
Focus on hydration from the inside out for glowing, beautiful skin! Read on to learn more about this “Beauty from within” approach.
Additional Healthy Aging Content
Check out the The Age-Defying Dietitian’s Blog for more information!
You’ll find the latest research in Anti-Aging Medicine, Recipes that fight Chronic Inflammation, and helpful Anti-Aging Weight Loss topics.
Gain inspiration from our Defying Age Spotlight. These segments feature everyday individuals who are Defying Age!
Are you a Dietitian? Check out our Dietitian Resource Corner.
About The Age-Defying Dietitian
Hi, I’m Kathryn. I’m happy you’re here!
I have 20+ years of Nutrition experience working as a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist.
My credentials also include Board Certification as a Health Coach. In addition, I am certified through the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics in Weight Management.
Years of treating illness through Nutrition has sparked a passion in me for Prevention!
I created this website as a resource to support you in aging well. Enjoy growing older, without the pain and stress of chronic disease!
Registered Dietitians & Healthy Aging
Nutrition is an essential part of Healthy Aging! Improving your diet can maximize your health, improve your skin, and prevent chronic diseases like Diabetes, Heart Disease, and Dementia.
Anyone can call themselves a “Nutritionist”. Only a RD or RDN has completed multiple layers of education and training.
A Registered Dietitian Nutritionist attended several years of higher education, passed a national exam, and complete 1200 hours of supervised practice.
When seeking out nutrition guidance, ensure you are working with a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist. Visit the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics website to find a Nutrition Expert!