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Nutrition: Fact or Fiction? Tips for Sifting Through the Evolving World of Nutrition

June Skuza, MEd, RD, LDN, will shed light on credible sources of information about nutrition, including a review of the new food label. She has worked in medical and surgical weight management, nutrition counseling and education for fourteen years. She knows how difficult it is to eat well, be active and have a healthy relationship with food and one's body in the fast-paced, demanding, and often unrealistic culture we live in. She believes all foods can fit within a healthy eating plan and recognizes there is not 'one diet fits all' with regard to health. She works with clients to establish long-term eating behaviors versus a short-term diet and encourages a balanced and flexible approach to eating.

Her experience includes five years at Beth Israel Deaconness Medical Center as a bariatric surgery dietitian and nine years at Brigham and Women's Hospital in the medical weight management program. She served as Associate Director of the BWH dietetic internship program for five years before returning to counseling and educating clients. In addition to theĀ Nutrition Factory, LLC, she is a teaching assistant for several nutrition courses at the University of New Hampshire.

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