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Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics | EatRight.Org

The Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics is the world’s largest organization of food and dietetics practitioners — more than 100,000 credentialed practitioners, with more joining every day — and as the Academy grows, so does the number and variety of benefits we offer to our members. The combination of a diverse and growing membership and the dynamic field of nutrition and dietetics requires a broad and ever-changing array of benefits to meet the needs of members whose interests, skills, backgrounds, and experience span the entire profession. And the Academy provides just that, with a multitude of products and services designed to help our members develop their skills, advance their careers, and achieve their professional goals.

Student members are integral to the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics as they represent the future of the dietetics profession. We offer a number of unique benefits to over 20,000 student members, including opportunities to get involved. Student membership in the Academy means you have access to a network of benefits — exclusively available to Academy members — that you can begin using right now!

All Access Internships

Since 2008, Jenny Westerkamp, RD and her team have helped thousands of dietetics students get into highly competitive dietetic internships with coaching, resources, and more!

Fruits & Veggies More Matters

We can help you eat more fruits & vegetables! Fruits & Veggies–More Matters® is a health initiative focused on helping Americans increase fruit & vegetable consumption for better health.  The program is spearheaded by Produce for Better Health Foundation (PBH), a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that has partnered with the Centers for Disease Control & Prevention (CDC) to help spread the word about the health benefits of adding MORE fruits & veggies to your diet.


The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) and Health and Human Services’ Dietary Guidelines for Americans, 2010 recommends that Americans make half their plate fruits and vegetables for meals and snacks, as demonstrated by the MyPlate nutrition guide. Given the increase of chronic diseases among all age groups, eating a diet rich in a variety of colorful fruits and vegetables is more important than ever. Fruits & Veggies—More Matters is here to make the healthy choice also an easy choice.

Nevada Dietetic Association (NDA)

The Nevada Dietetic Association (NDA) is the leading group of food and nutrition experts in the state of Nevada. Our 400 members are registered dietitians (RDs), dietetic technicians, registered (DTRs), nutrition students and interns.

Optimize the health of all Nevadans through food and nutrition.

Empower members to be Nevada’s food and nutrition leaders.


  • Integrity: Act ethically with accountability and commitment to excellence.
  • Customer Focus: Meet the needs and expectations of all our customers through evidenced based practice.
  • Innovation: Embrace change with creativity, life-long learning and strategic thinking.
  • Social Responsibility: Make decisions with consideration for inclusivity as well as environmental, economic and social implications.

Nutrition 411

Think of as your virtual assistant. The less time you spend reinventing the wheel, the more time you will have for your patients or clients—and yourself. You are welcome to download, modify, and distribute any materials you find on for free. is a peer-to-peer network.

Southern Nevada Dietetic Association (SNDA)

SNDA is a professional organization of dietetic professionals who serve the public by promoting optimal nutrition, health and well-being. We are a non-profit professional organization of registered dietitians, dietetic technicians, and dietetic students in Nevada. Our mission is to provide direction and leadership for quality dietetic practice, education and research; to promote optimal health and nutritional status of the population; and to strengthen the profession through affiliation with The Nevada Dietetic Association.

USDA | ChooseMyPlate.Gov

The USDA Center for Nutrition Policy and Promotion (CNP) was established in 1994 to improve the nutrition and well-being of Americans. Toward this goal, CNPP focuses its efforts on two primary objectives:

  1. Advance and promote dietary guidance for all Americans, and
  2. Conduct applied research and analyses in nutrition and consumer economics.