Dearest followers, today I have some news. This will be the very last-ever lettucetalk blog post. It was a wonderful journey being with you here for the past 4.5 (almost 5!) years. However, my new full-time career as a university professor is taking the front seat from here forward.
I could not be more thankful for those of you who supported me through these past years. I am so grateful for you, and for the opportunity this blog gave me to share with you some practical nutrition knowledge. I hope you found it useful. Please consider reading my books if you haven’t yet!
Here are the links to my books:
Book #1: https://amzn.to/3AhtSxJ
Book #2: https://amzn.to/39ec62F
And here is my LinkedIn if you want to stay connected: https://www.linkedin.com/in/casey-colin-dcn-rdn-ld-n-cnsc-acsm-cpt-fand-9b461696
Thanks again and remember – a registered dietitian nutritionist is the only credentialed nutrition expert who has undergone extensive, formal nutrition education culminating with a dietetic internship and a board certification exam. As of 2024, the minimum degree required for a registered dietitian nutritionist minimum is a master’s degree. Please keep this in mind when seeking credible, evidence-based nutrition advice.
It’s not goodbye, it’s just “see you later.” 🙂
– Dr. Colin