Darlene DeWitt, MS, RD, LD

Darlene DeWitt, MS, RD, LD

Darlene DeWitt is one of Spencer Hospital’s Registered Dietitians. Darlene currently provides outpatient services in the areas of Diabetes management, heart disease, weight loss, GI issues and other various health concerns.  She received her Master of Science degree in nutrition from Colorado State University and also holds a BS in Exercise Science from the University of South Carolina.

Blog/Article posts by this Author:

  • What's In Your Thanksgiving Dinner?

    With Thanksgiving right around the corner, many people are busy making plans for holiday meals. What are the nutritional benefits of some of your traditional favorites? Are there ways to add a little boost to your holiday meals. Spencer Hospital Registered Dietitian, Darlene DeWitt, shares some tips and tricks for Thanksgiving meal prep in her latest nutrition blog.

  • Eating Mindfully for Brain Health

    Spencer Hospital's Registered Dietitian, Darlene DeWitt, shares healthy eating tips for a healthy brain by following the MIND diet in her latest blog.

  • Summertime Food Safety

    This is the season of cookouts, camping trips and grilling for the family. When you are cooking outside, and especially away from home you want to be more diligent with food safety. Darlene DeWitt, Spencer Hospital Registered Dietitian, shares a few summer food safety tips in our latest blog.

  • March is National Nutrition Month - Celebrate a World of Flavors

    Every year the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics focuses attention on healthy eating through National Nutrition Month. This year the theme is Celebrate a World of Flavors. This theme serves as a way to spotlight different cultures and cuisines and to help find appreciation in our diversity.

  • Take Care of Your Heart by Eating Smart

    February has long been celebrated as Heart Month. Taking care of your ticker will help you live longer and do more of those things you enjoy. Unfortunately, heart disease is a leading cause of death in the United States. But you can take action by eating smart for your heart!

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