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Dietitian’s Day 19th September

DIETITIANS URGE PUBLIC TO SEEK SAFE NUTRITION ADVICE

With the number of registered practicing dietitians in New Zealand at an all-time high, Dietitians NZ and its members are taking a stand in ensuring the public know where to turn for reliable and safe nutrition advice.

There are currently 672 on the Dietitians Board register who are passionate in helping New Zealanders receive the best dietary treatment possible, but many are frustrated with the myriad of self-acclaimed nutrition experts and inaccurate online information, which is confusing the public and putting them at risk of harm.

Find out why Dietitian’s are taking a stand about unsafe dietary practices and while you are there check out some top tips from NZ’s leading Dietitian’s

If you are considering a career in Dietetics read also about the work of some of NZ’s award winning Dietitian’s.

If you would like to show your support for the work of Dietitian’s this link above will also give you access to a toolkits of ideas for you to shout out your support for us over social media.

Many thanks for any help you can give.

If you would like to learn more about how to check if a dietary claim is true or not read Lea’s article on this topic:

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