Hot flashes? There’s something to soy
The isoflavone content in these food products may help alleviate symptoms of menopause.
Kristi is one of the Outpatient Dietitians at Spectrum Health Blodgett Hospital. She did her undergraduate degree in Nutrition and Dietetics at the University of Maryland Eastern Shore and then went on to complete her Master’s degree and dietetic internship at Northern Illinois University. Kristi’s interest in nutrition sparked while competing in basketball as a collegiate athlete. She is always seeking new ways to fuel the body, mind, and soul to be at its best. Her job includes a wide variety of responsibilities, including outpatient nutrition counseling (with special interest in sports nutrition), teaching an Intuitive Eating class, and providing nutrition education for patients in the hospital. She can usually be found playing or watching sports, out in the sun, or inside reading or crafting. When asked what she eats, Kristi states “Whatever I want to eat. There are no diets. Just eating food the way we were made to eat it”.
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