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The Dietitian Dish

A monthly blog written by WVU’s Dietitian, Sina King, and her graduate assistants. Expect a new issue the third week of every month.

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Stay up to date with the latest dietitian tips at WVU.

Back to School Tips (August 2022)

This month’s blog will be all about how to use nutrition and wellness tips to reach our full academic potential. Whether we are grabbing some food from the Mountainlair or cooking at home after working out at the Rec Center, we can use all kinds of delicious foods to nourish our bodies during this phase in our life.

Read Full Article: Back to School Tips (August 2022)

Nutritional Supplementation (April 2022)

I wanted to take some time to discuss a pet peeve of mine in the field of nutrition, and that is the misleading marketing tricks used to sell unneeded or unproven products and supplements. As a future-dietitian, I often get asked about what supplements are effective at this or that, and after learning more about the current state of the supplement industry, I feel that this is an important subject to shed some light on.

Read Full Article: Nutritional Supplementation (April 2022)

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Meet the Author

Sina King, who originally hails from Waterford, Ohio, received her bachelor’s degree in dietetics and master’s degree in exercise physiology from The University of Akron, where she also played basketball for four years. She then came to WVU where she earned her second master’s degree in animal and nutritional sciences.

She brings her expertise to the WVU community, making herself available to all students who are looking for help or advice on anything from medical nutrition therapy, allergy guidance, or just working through the adjustment to college and what that means for their eating habits.

Want to discuss your dietary needs?

Submit a request to work with Sina. Dietary counseling is a free resource for WVU students!

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