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Common Athletic Injury

One of the most common injuries among athletic clients is stress fracture. Years ago when I worked at Rodale Inc and would run six to eight miles per week (yeah, those were the days), I’d hear about these types of injuries among fellow runners and read about them in Runner’s World magazine. I hoped I’d never develop a stress fracture, and I never did. I heard they were painful, and, of course, prevented you from jogging until they healed.

In this month’s E-News Exclusive, Today’s Dietitian (TD) discusses what stress fractures are, how to prevent them through proper nutrition and training modification, and ways sports dietitians can counsel athletic clients.

After reading the article, visit TD’s website at www.TodaysDietitian.com to read the digital edition of the April issue, which includes articles on edamame in honor of soyfoods month, diabetes prevention in older adults, yoga in dietetics practice, and making sense of medical foods.

Please enjoy the E-Newsletter and give us your feedback at TDeditor@gvpub.com, and don’t forget to like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter.

— Judith Riddle, editor
e-News Exclusive
Strategies for Preventing Stress Fractures in Sports
By Marie Spano, MS, RD, CSCS, CSSD

Stress fractures are common sports injuries that hurt an athlete physically and mentally. In addition to hampering their training program, a situation that could lead to detraining, a variety of emotions can come into play as the athlete sits on the sidelines. Yet sports dietitians can help their clients take steps toward prevention through proper nutrition and facilitate physical and emotional recovery after a stress fracture has occurred.

Stress Fractures Defined and Risk Factors
Stress fractures are tiny cracks in bones resulting from overuse.1 “Rapid increases in the frequency, volume, or intensity of repetitive impact activities, like running or jumping, lead to an accumulation of bony microtrauma that may manifest as a stress fracture if the athlete is overtrained or lacks ample recuperation stimuli,” says Michael Roncarati, PT, DPT, CSCS, director of rehabilitation for the Atlanta Hawks of the National Basketball Association. Muscles help dissipate ground reaction forces upon impact and therefore, “overtraining can lead to muscle fatigue to the point where bones will be subjected to bear a greater brunt of the impact,” Roncarati says.

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Field Notes
Consumers Willing to Pay More for ‘All-Natural’ Labeled Foods

A study published in the Journal of Food Science found that expectations of product quality, nutritional content, and the amount of money consumers were willing to pay increased when consumers saw a product labeled “all natural” as compared with the same product without the label.

Researchers at The Ohio State University used virtual reality technology to simulate a grocery store taste-test of peanut butter. In one condition, consumers were asked by a server to evaluate identical products, with only one being labeled “all natural.” In the other, the server additionally emphasized the all-natural status of the one sample.

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Other News
WHO Praises France for
‘Straightforward’ Nutrition Logo

The World Health Organization has praised France for officially backing a voluntary, front-of-pack nutrition logo that “clearly [stands] out as the most consumer-friendly scheme,” according to FoodNavigator.com.

Best Frozen Meals From Trader Joe’s
RDs pick the 10 most healthful frozen meals from grocery chain Trader Joe’s, from Simply Seasoned Tuna Burgers to Vegan Tikka Masala With Cumin Rice, according to Women’s Health.
Cooking and Connecting With
Corporate Culinary Team Building

Emma Fogt, MBA, MS, RDN, LDN, FAND

You get a call from a company that wants to develop a wellness program involving a dietitian. You need an idea for a fun, hands-on activity that will engage a department of 24 people. Why not offer a culinary team-building event?

Corporate culinary team building gathers groups of people together to cook. Groups can vary from a single local department to an international leadership team with attendees from all over the world. The point is to get people working together under one roof.

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Continuing Education
Learn about asthma, obesity, and weight management in this month’s issue of Today’s Dietitian. Read the CPE Monthly article, take the 10-question online test at CE.TodaysDietitian.com, and earn two CEUs!

April CE Special—Buy Two, Get One Free

Renew your continuing education credits before the May 31 deadline! Buy any two self-study courses, get another one FREE through Sunday, April 30. Apply coupon code APRIL2+1 at checkout to get your free course. This offer does not apply to webinars or books. Learn more »


Upcoming Live Webinars

Baby-Led Weaning: A Step-by-Step Guide to Starting Solids Using a Safe, Practical, and Natural Alternative to Spoon-Feeding Purees
In this complimentary 1 CEU webinar on Tuesday, April 25, 2017, from 2-3 PM EDT, Katie Ferraro, MPH, RDN, CDE, mom of five and self-proclaimed baby-led feeding fanatic is going to run you through everything you need to know about this safe and natural alternative to spoon-feeding. You’ll learn about the baby-led approach to feeding philosophy, and we’ll cover ideal starter foods and tips for pushing a baby’s palate. By the end of this webinar, you will be more confident about your ability to incorporate baby-led weaning either in your own family or your nutrition practice. Sponsored by Hass Avocado Board. Register Now »

Ethics Isn’t Optional: Understanding and Applying the Code of Ethics
This 1.5 CEU webinar, presented by Janet Skates MS, RD, LDN, on Thursday, May 4, 2017, from 2-3:30 PM EDT, will provide an introduction to our professional code of ethics along with valuable resources to help interpret and apply our ethical principles. Together we will explore some ethical landmines in dietetics practice such as issues with nonconventional therapies, electronic health records, privacy, end-of-life care, licensure, and social media. Registration for this joint webinar takes place on the Becky Dorner & Associates website. Register Now »

Delivering a Dynamic TV Interview
Listen, watch, and learn from discussions and media interview videos featuring dietitians in action on Tuesday, May 9, 2017, from 2-3 PM EDT. With over 35 years of combined experience, media savvy dietitians Sue Mah, MHSc, RD, and Gina Sunderland, MSc, RD, will share their media coaching tips, real life experiences, and secrets for success to help you develop your media skills and boost your confidence in working with the media. Don't miss this great opportunity to learn from two recognized media experts and earn 1 CEU! Register Now »


2017 Spring Symposium—Registration Closes Friday at Midnight!

This is your final chance to register for our 2017 Spring Symposium in New Orleans, because registration closes Friday, April 21, at 11:59 PM EDT. An opportunity for professionals to earn up to 20 CEUs, this program will be diverse, in-depth, and timely, with sessions led by first-class presenters and plenty of networking opportunities with your peers. We hope that you’ll join us in the Big Easy!

REGISTER NOW!

Registration does not include accommodations or travel to and from New Orleans.
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In the May Issue

The Culprits Behind Wheat Sensitivities

History of Pulses in the Mediterranean Diet

Striving for Longevity

Dealing With Food Insecurity

Preventing Chronic Kidney Disease
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Tech & Tools
Carb Management On the Go
The CarbsControl app, available for $2.99 for iOS and Android and for free online, identifies lower carb options for users and provides a carb diary and tracker. Designed for those with diabetes or on low-carb diet plans, the app contains a database of common whole foods (eg, eggs and fruits), packaged foods, and restaurant dishes, and users can input their own recipes as well. Users can track total or net carbs and access their metrics across devices. Learn more »

Training and Tracking In Your Pocket
The Endomondo app (endomondo.com), available free for iOS and Android and created by fitness company Under Armour, tracks users’ metrics for distance sports such as walking, biking, and running. It’s integrated with a variety of apps and devices including MyFitnessPal and Fitbit. Features include audio coach feedback, real-time GPS tracking, heart rate sensors, social media connectivity, workout history and goals, and more. Learn more »
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