Cooking with Crossing and the Dishing Dietitians
The dietitians at Crossing Healthcare enjoy “playing” with their food. The dietitians have a 10-person cooking cart used to teach sensory education and build our patients confidence in their cooking skills and trying new foods. The Dishing Dietitians also have a blog and podcast to help their patients and community navigate the often overwhelming world of nutrition.
Crossing Healthcare provides education not only in the clinic but also outside! Every month, experts in different departments highlight health topics that we get common questions on. On our YouTube page, we release monthly “lunch and learns” to not only enhance the education of our staff but also all our patients, friends and family! Some of the topics we have covered include:
- How to reduce sodium intake
- Fitness and mental health
- How to cut back on sugar
- The role of fitness and mental health
These videos are around 20-30 minutes long and it is a great opportunity to learn from providers at Crossing Healthcare from the comfort of your own home! Check out our YouTube page. Do not forget to like and subscribe so you do not miss a video.
Crossing Healthcare is proud to have a podcast developed by the registered dietitians called “The News Beet with the Dishing Dietitians”! In these podcasts, professionals in the nutrition field discuss many hot topics related to nutrition and health. Some of the topics we have covered includes:
- Emotional Eating
- Fad Diets
- How to get in more fruits and vegetables
- Iron and iron deficiency
With all the information surrounding nutrition and health on social media, our own registered dietitians wanted to create a platform that answers some of the biggest questions about food and health. The topics are all revolved around evidence-based research with no bias. This means that you will be able to get the most accurate information and you can learn what the research is currently concluding about a variety of topics. We also have a blog if you would rather take time, grab a nice cup of coffee and read great information about nutrition! Check out both at the links below.