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Greensboro District Dietetic Association

Elizabeth has been elected to the Greensboro District Dietetic Association Board.

Now Accepting MultiPlan and Coventry Health Care

Elizabeth now accepts MultiPlan and Coventry Health Care insurance plans.

Weight Management Dietetic Practice Group

Elizabeth attended the Weight Management Dietetic Practice Group’s Annual Symposium in Indianapolis in April.  She is a member of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics and the WMDPG.

Healthy Nutrition for Middle Schoolers

Elizabeth enjoyed speaking to the 6th grade class at The Greensboro Day School about Healthy Nutrition.  The group had a lot of wonderful questions that showed their interest in living a healthy lifestyle.  Thank you for inviting me.

Choose My Plate

Elizabeth has spoken to numerous groups in the Triad area recently about the new “Choose My Plate” guidelines for healthy eating.  Many of these employers are looking for ways to encourage and educate their employees on eating and exercise to promote good health.

Eating to Maximize Your Exercise Performance Presentation

Elizabeth spoke to over 100 Greensboro Day School teachers and staff to help them learn more about “Eating to Maximize Your Exercise Performance”.

Elizabeth Speaks at the NC BCCCP & WISEWOMAN Biennial Conference

Elizabeth spoke on the subject of Hypertension and the DASH Diet to the attendees of the NC Breast and Cervical Cancer Control and Prevention and the WISEWOMAN Project’s Biennial Conference in Greensboro.

Elizabeth Is Quoted On New USDA Plate Logo

Elizabeth has been quoted in a story on the TimesNews.com about the new USDA guidelines.   Local nutritionists say new guidelines have pluses, minuses June 20, 2011 5:14 PM Lindsay Kimble/Times-News The new My Plate nutrition guidelines released by the federal government earlier this month are another step toward the goal of a healthier America…

Edible Education To Nourish The Nation

Elizabeth recently participated in the workshop Edible Education To Nourish The Nation at the Greensboro Children’s Museum.  Amanda Archibald, nationally renowned speaker and owner of Field to Plate, shared her expertise in “translating the science of nutrition using the tools of the kitchen to enhance nourishment on every plate.”

2010 Dietary Guidelines for Americans

The latest update to the Dietary Guidelines for Americans has just been released.  Eating and physical activity patterns that focus on consuming fewer calories, making good food choices and being physically active can help individuals attain a healthy weight and reduce their risk of chronic disease.  Focusing on nutrient dense foods and limiting those foods…