In celebration of Kids Eat Right Month, NAND’s own Katie Hinton recently wrote an article in the Tennessean entitled: “Breakfast and kids: a winning combination”. She also includes a delicious No-Fuss Egg and Veggie Bake recipe appropriate for the kids and kids-at-heart. Check out the link below:
Katie Hinton, MS, RD, LDN is a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist and clinical dietitian at Monroe Carell Jr. Children’s Hospital at Vanderbilt and Vanderbilt University Medical Center.
NAND is hosting a FREE fitness class at Pure Barre Franklin with time for making new friends and refreshments following. Space is limited to the first 25 NAND members to RSVP. For more information about Pure Barre Franklin, go to www.purebarre.com/tn-franklin.
Reserve your spot by registering at https://signup.com/client/invitation/6775657374/1874958/false#!1874958/false/false
For more details, see the flyer below.
Immigration to America: How Environmental Change Impacts Dietary Intake and Body Mass Index Status
MTSU is pleased to announce that Chery F. Smith, Ph.D., M.P.H., R.D. will be speaking on campus Monday, April 3rd. The event has been approved via CDR for 1 hour of continuing education. The forms for CE credit will be at the meeting. For more information, follow the link below.
Don’t miss TAND’s 2017 Annual Meeting on Monday, March 20th! It will be held at the Nashville Airport Marriott Hotel which is located at 600 Marriott Drive Nashville, TN 37214. Attached is the agenda for the day. If you haven’t registered, follow the link below.
To Register: http://www.tneatright.com/registration
Agenda: TAND 2017 Agenda
The SEEDS group is seeking a female community registered dietitian to assist with a wellness challenge mid February – April for 4-5, 1 hour sessions. The SEEDS group is an eclectic women’s group with an African American majority. It is beneficial if the RD has knowledge of African American ethnic food preferences and is available for one shopping outing–gas mileage will be reimbursed. Certificate will also be given.
-Nutrition education; portion size; eating consistency.
-Shopping; food labels.
-Help track 3 weigh ins.
If interested, please contact Fatimah Ali at
Dear NAND Members,
NAND will be hosting two events this year in honor of National Nutrition month: Sorting canned goods with Second Harvest on Saturday March 18th from 9-12pm and Gardening with the Nashville Food Project on Saturday March 25th from 9-11am. Please sign up for the event(s) in which you are interested! Not only will we be helping out the community, but this will be a great way to network with other NAND and community partners. If you have any questions, please contact Collette Powers at email@example.com. Feel free to share this event with other RDs who are not NAND members, but who are interested in learning more about our organization. We have 50 slots to fill for Second Harvest. The Nashville Food Project event (our most popular event) will be capped at 15 slots and NAND members will be given priority so don’t wait to sign up!
Follow the link below to sign up!
The Heimerdinger Foundation prepares nutrient-rich meals for people fighting cancer and seeks to educate the community about proper nutrition. They are currently in need of volunteers for their Meals 4 Health & Healing program. Volunteers can help prepare meals in their kitchen, deliver meals to clients, and serve as client liaisons.
If you are interested in volunteering, contact Natisha Moultry at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please also see the attached program brochure for more information.
Please join us for our next member meeting on Tuesday, February 28th at Maggiano’s. You must RSVP to attend this event. Please see the attached flyer for more information!