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.

What’s the deal with the new dietary guidelines?

Did you hear?? The 2015-2020 Dietary Guidelines have been released! What does this mean for me, the registered dietitian and for you, the consumer? For me: The Dietary Guidelines are one of several tools that registered dietitians use when guiding … Continue reading

Do you have these things on your kitchen counter?

At this time of year, clementines sit in a basket on our counter; another basket sits the leftover Skinny Pop popcorn. I believe in healthy and convenient grab and go’s. Research shows that snacking improves function at school and work- … Continue reading

Tips from 3rd graders on living a healthy life

It’s the new year and everyone wants to get fit and healthy! But this doesn’t just apply to you as the parent, it should also apply to your kids! You may be surprised how many good ideas your kids might … Continue reading

Chocolate caramel apples

Matthew, our middle son, enjoys creating. He creates with Lego’s and even duct tape (see his cool moccasins he made) His latest creations have been in the kitchen. We enjoy cooking with the boys and watching their creativity and love … Continue reading

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