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Debra A. Boutin

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Chair of the University Departmen...

Bastyr University
14500 Juanita Drive , Ne
Kenmore, Washington 98028
United States

Company Description: Bastyr,s exquisite European-style chapel was created with the highest quality workmanship of its time (1958), and continues to radiate the devotion with which it...   more

Employment History

Board Memberships and Affiliations

  • RD


  • master's degree , nutrition
    Case Western Reserve University
  • bachelor's degree , dietetics
    Bowling Green State University
  • MS
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"In the profession of dietetics, this ..., 12 Mar 2014 [cached]
"In the profession of dietetics, this award is like a big red neon arrow that points and says this person will be a major contributor and leader in the profession of nutrition and dietetics," said Debra Boutin, chair of the Bastyr University Department of Nutrition and Exercise Science.
Faculty: Nutrition & Health Conference, 22 May 2013 [cached]
Debra Boutin, MS, RD, CD Chair and Associate Professor, Department of Nutrition and Exercise Science, Dietetic Internship Director, Bastyr University
Kids & Nutrition: 6 Ways to Help Your Children Eat Right, 1 Jan 2007 [cached]
It's helpful to identify everyone's "good food motivators," says Debra A. Boutin, MS, RD, clinic nutrition coordinator at the Bastyr Center for Natural Health in Seattle.
"Making good choices begins at the grocery store, with parents selecting which foods to bring home," says Boutin.
"Help your family recognize physical hunger as separate from emotional needs," advises Boutin. One easy way to thwart your good efforts is allowing your child to eat regular meals in front of the television! Studies show that, while watching television, children exhibit very little brain activity, allowing for mindless eating - literally. In order to recognize fullness, the brain must be engaged, telling the stomach, in a sense, that it's time to stop eating. According to Boutin, establishing regular meal times and locations will ensure that "food will be used at the right times, in the right ways."
That’s a keeper, 8 Jan 2005 [cached]
According to Swift and Boutin, anything with hydrogenated oils, also called trans fats, is bad for the heart.
Soda. "Soda pop is an empty-calorie food with no nutritional value whatsoever," says Boutin.
To get the lowdown on the healthiest and most versatile must-have foods, we went to two top nutritionists: Debra A. Boutin, MS, RD, coordinator of nutrition services at Bastyr Center for Natural Health in Seattle, and Kathie Swift, RD, nutritionist for the Center for Mind-Body Medicine in Washington, D.C.
Apples and pears contain pectin, which helps reduce cholesterol, says Boutin.
"People get a bit paranoid because nuts are high in fat, but studies have shown that eating a handful of raw walnuts at a time will not increase weight," says Boutin.
Debra ..., 22 May 2013 [cached]
Debra Boutin,
Debra received her bachelor's degree in dietetics from Bowling Green State University in Bowling Green, Ohio, and her master's degree in nutrition from Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, Ohio. Her career began in public health, and then moved to clinical and contract food service management. She has been involved in a wide range of client population settings, including long term care and retirement living, child nutrition programs, detention facilities for adults and adolescents, recovery programs, and senior meal programs. Bridging her work into the education field, Debra first served as a dietetic internship director in a community clinic before joining Bastyr University in 2003, where she is now Associate Professor, Dietetic Internship Director, and Chair of the Department of Nutrition and Exercise Science. Her mission is to support the development of extraordinary nutrition and exercise professionals who will effectively deliver a whole-person perspective to health.
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