Author: Becky Gonter-Dray RD, CSP, LD

  • Becky Gonter-Dray RD, CSP, LD

    Becky Gonter-Dray is Board Certified as a Specialist in Pediatric Nutrition and works part-time as a Dietitian Liaison and in the Nutrition Clinic (outpatient nutrition counseling) at Dayton Children’s. With her husband, Alex, the Gonter-Dray’s have 3 boys ages 8, 5 and 3. They enjoy trying new foods in their house and cooking in the kitchen together. Becky hopes to bring to the Dayton Children’s blog sound nutrition facts and information along with how to provide healthy options for today’s busy families by sharing some of her experiences.

Your must-do recipe for kids this Thanksgiving

I have been blessed with the gift of time to help in our youngest son’s classroom. The teacher has asked for “my hands” to help with cooking (which, I love!).  The most recent recipe was simple and fun – Pumpkin … Continue reading

Healthy eating, low carb style

November 2015 marks the 75th anniversary for the American Diabetes Month.  Eat Well, America! is an appropriate theme communicating how healthy eating can be pleasurable and delicious – especially if you have diabetes.  Healthy eating helps our bodies feel good … Continue reading

Why teal is the new orange

What color are your pumpkins this year? Did you know Teal is the new Orange?  We painted a pumpkin teal last year to let  our trick-or-treaters know we hand out non-food treats -we are the Play-Doh house. You may have food … Continue reading

The surprising number 1 source of Vitamin C

The Happy Box brings out many smiles in our house. For me, it’s the color of the contents and the convenience of its arrival to our front door step! Edward, shown in this picture, enjoys helping me unpack our Happy Box and … Continue reading

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