Episode 6: Your Nutrition Tip Dr. Marianne T. Ritchie
Join us for our sixth episode of Your Nutrition Tip with host Emily Rubin RD, LDN, a Registered Dietitian for Thomas Jefferson University Division of Gastroenterology and Hepatology. This week We focus on where to find info or guidance about changing your diet for a healthier lifestyle. Who and where do you look for the best person to guide you? The internet? A friend or colleague? Or do you find a registered dietitian who can bring a science-based approach, years of experience with food sensitivities and supplements, and most importantly a diet that works with what your personal physician suggests? Listen to Emily Rubin’s suggestions.
Your Radio Doctor® host, Dr. Marianne Ritchie, has spent many years teaching medical students, residents, and patients – often one at a time. As the host of the only all-medical talk radio show in the greater Philadelphia region, she can impact thousands each week. She wants to be your voice… asking questions of experts from top medical centers around the country, so you can make better decisions for yourselves and your loved ones.
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Dr. Marianne T. Ritchie August 13, 2022
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Marianne T. Ritchie, MD was one of the first female gastroenterologists practicing in the Philadelphia area. An advocate for over 30 years, Dr. Ritchie developed the PINK PLUS triple cancer screening program, and the BLUE LIGHTS CAMPAIGN for Colon Cancer Awareness.
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