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.

Eliminate trans-fats? What does THAT mean?

Did you hear the latest from the FDA??  On November 7, 2013, the FDA announced that trans-fats were no longer generally recognized as safe (GRAS).  The 60 day comment period to gain feedback from consumers and industries begins. What does … Continue reading

Check out our healthy cafeteria!

Our cafeteria has been renovated and healthier food options are being showcased! New food, healthier options, old favorites, bright lighting, great prices – so much to tell you!  But, first, let me take you back 16-18 months…when the vision started. … Continue reading

The nuts and bolts about almonds

While I sit at the breakfast room table with our 4 year old sharing a snack of almonds, I realized how much almonds have been a go-to snack in our house. Once again, research shows almonds are a healthy snack. … Continue reading

How rainbow looms and #GivingTuesday unite

Have you seen the latest craft kid craze??  Rainbow Looms!! The craze started in our house with the boys bringing home these cool rubber band bracelets, made for them by friends.  After visiting family in Columbus and watching the kids … Continue reading

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