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Series Premiere of Should I Be! Should I Be A Dietitian? with Jessica Jones of Food Heaven

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This week, I’m talking to Jessica Jones, a nationally-recognized Registered Dietitian and Certified Diabetes Educator. Jessica shares all the ins and outs of becoming a dietitian. We talk about schooling, private practice vs. working in a clinic/hospital, pay, the difference between a nutritionist and a dietitian, avoiding burnout, and her biggest pet peeve about work.

Show Notes:
What is the difference between a dietitian and a nutritionist?
Jessica Jones Nutrition
Food Heaven
28-Day Plant-Powered Health Reboot
Marci Evans
Nancy Clark
Street Smart Nutrition

My books:
One Part Plant Cookbook
Know Your Endo


Today’s episode is supported by Buffy! Use code ONEPART for $20 off your order.
Some of my favorites: Buffy Cloud, Puffer Blanket,  Hemp Linen Duvet Cover

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