11. The Role of a Registered Dietician, and Experience in a Senior Care Facility, with Ann Kruse, RD

The first episode of Season 2 is with Ann Kruse, RD. You can listen online here, or on you favorite podcast listening platform (iTunes, Spotify, etc).
It has been a while since I’ve posted an episode! During the hiatus, I gave birth to a little girlie, Lucy, in December. She is seriously such a delight and is babbling and smiling away. Episodes will be released as I record them, not scheduled monthly like before, as life has changed a bit (in a really great way)! Stay updated on here for new episodes, or follow along on Instagram @practicingcatholicmedicine.
In this episode I talk with my friend Ann Kruse, a registered dietitian working in a long-term senior care facility. This episode was recorded last summer, long before “social distancing” was a buzzword and when we could meet up with friends any time we wanted. Enjoy a podcast NOT about COVID!
We discuss:
  • The wide scope of practice for a registered dietician
  • Ann’s experience working in a long-term senior care facility
  • The relationship between food and faith
We reference:
  • A Love-Letter Life By Jeremy and Audrey Roloff
  • One Beautiful Dream by Jennifer Fulweiler
  • Ann’s website, A Dietician’s ANNalysis, where she talks about all things dietetics and nutrition
  • This article, which talks about emotionally healthy ways to process emotions during this pandemic
Stay healthy and God bless!
**The usual boring disclaimer: The views expressed in this podcast by myself and my guests are our own and do not represent those of our employers. This podcast is not intended to be a substitute for medical care. Please see your healthcare provider for any medical needs.**

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