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.

A new role – Dietitian in a pediatric office

Dear reader – I would like to share my new position at Dayton Children’s Hospital with you! The past 15 months have been busy creating it with a colleague of mine, Marisa VanSchuyver.  You see, if you remember, I was … Continue reading

Delicious tortellini soup recipe

Lent is upon those of the Catholic faith and this means meatless Friday’s.  Eating a meatless meal can be a healthy twist– eliminating a food source (meat) that could be rich in calories and fat.  Going meatless long-term eliminates a … Continue reading

How do you rate on this healthy living quiz?

Is health on your radar in your house? National Nutrition Month is timely – occurring every March – dietitians communicate and educate on a new theme each year promoting goals for healthy living.  Think back 8 weeks, did you include … Continue reading

How we are making our kids picky eaters

Have you seen on Facebook or heard in the news? Many packaged infant and toddler foods are loaded with sodium (salt) and added sugars! Not surprising to many of us at Dayton Children’s because we know that processed and packaged … Continue reading

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