What is a Registered
Dietitian?

A registered dietitian is a nutrition professional. Registered dietitians are your most credible, objective source of nutrition
information. In addition, they are trained in the use of nutrition to prevent and control disease.
Look for the initials RD after your nutritionist’s name. These credentials indicate that the practitioner has completed an accredited 4-year educational program, 900 hours of supervised practice, and passed a
national exam.

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Leslie Burman, RD, LD, CDE is a Registered Dietitian, a licensed Nutritionist and a Certified Diabetes Educator

Leslie provides a very popular 6 week "Lose Big" program to facilities throughout Palm Beach and Broward County.

She is affiliated at Boca Raton Regional Hospital and Holy Cross Hospital; providing a wide range of health promotion and disease prevention services.

What types of services do Registered Dietitians
offer?


Registered dietitians counsel people on many different topics, including:


• Healthy Meals
• Weight Control
• Menu Planning
• Diabetes
• Kidney Disease
• Food Handling
• Stroke Rehabilitation
• Sports Nutrition
• Food Labels
• Heart Disease
• HIV/AIDS
• Cancer
• Osteoporosis
• Pediatric Disorders
• And Many More!

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