Quick story: I have met a few dietetic interns who are not comfortable and confident doing basic conversions mandatory in clinical practice…and that’s OK. As a dietetic intern I was not comfortable either. Confidence is something that grows with time. For this reason, in today’s video we will take a look at some of the most used nutrition conversions in clinical practice.
As I always say, ‘dietetics is an art as well as a science’. One aspect of the scientific perspective of dietetics revolves around anthropometrics. If you work (or plan to work) in a hospital, outpatient clinical, nursing homes, etc the dietetic practitioner should be comfortable converting feet to inches and centimeters and pounds to kilograms or ounces. In today’s video, we will take a look at these and other conversions one must master in clinical dietetics.

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Disclaimer: This video is for educational purposes only and is not intended as medical advice not as a comprehensive overview for a the medical nutrition therapy for diabetes. It should be noted that therapy recommendations change over time.

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