Rebecca McCullough

Rebecca is a Registered Dietitian, Licensed Dietitian and Licensed Dietitian Nutritionist with an extensive background in gerontology nutrition and foodservice operations.

Currently, she is the National Director of Nutrition Health & Wellness at one of the largest independent living organizations in the country. She has obtained the certificate in adult weight management from the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics and is a Certified Dementia Practitioner.

Rebecca was chosen as Food Service Director Magazine’s pick for “Under 30” for her work in long-term care. In her personal life, Rebecca continues to compete competitively in tennis as a former division one athlete at the University of Central Arkansas.

She also dedicates her time to the Oregon Food Bank and Meals on Wheels as she believes strongly in giving back to her community. Follow her on LinkedIn.

Most Recent Articles

Lifestyle Can Affect Total And Cardiovascular Mortality?

How Lifestyle Can Affect Total And Cardiovascular Mortality?

posted in General Health

Cardiovascular disease is the leading cause of death in Americans according to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and in 2014 contributed to over 600,000 deaths nationwide and 2...

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Ice Cream Diets

Ice Cream Diets- Is It An Effective Diet For A Healthy Weight Loss?

posted in Weight Loss

Typically, people think to lose weight you need to deprive yourself of your favourite foods like ice cream, but for any long-term lifestyle change to work, you need to incorporate ...

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What Do You Want To Pick Fad Diet Or Lifestyle Change?

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Are you interested in losing weight? Do you want to know all about the fad diet? If your answer to either one of these two questions is yes, you should definitely keep on reading. ...

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Risk Factors For Type 2 Diabetes

Risk Factors For Type 2 Diabetes – Key To Prevention Before Diagnosis

posted in General Health

It can be very frightening waiting for your lab results in your doctor's office and then hear the results as indicating "pre-diabetes". You are typically given an intimidating book...

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Calcium and Bone Density In The Aging Process

Weak Bones In Old age – Calcium And Bone Density Can Be The Reason

posted in Bone Health

Many older adults are in negative calcium balance and steadily losing bone mass. You can stop bone mass loss in three simple steps. Why Should You Maintain Bone Health? A frequent ...

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