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Tamara Swett

Clinical Nutritionist At The Regional Center for Health

Stamford Hospital

HQ Phone:  (203) 276-1000

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Stamford Hospital

30 Shelburne Road

Stamford, Connecticut,06904

United States

Company Description

Stamford Hospital is a 305-bed, not-for-profit hospital providing area residents (Fairfield and Westchester counties) with access to the latest technology using a compassionate, patient-centered care approach. Stamford Hospital's areas of expertise include c...more

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Registered Dietitian

Norwalk Hospital


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"Ninety percent of bone mass develops before age 20 and the rest by age 30," says Tamara Swett, clinical nutritionist at The Regional Center for Health at Stamford Hospital in Connecticut.


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Ninety percent of it develops before age 20 and the rest by age 30," says Tamara Swett, clinical nutritionist at The Regional Center for Health at Stamford Hospital in Connecticut.


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Ninety per cent of it develops before age 20 and the rest by age 30," says Tamara Swett, clinical nutritionist at The Regional Center for Health at Stamford Hospital in Connecticut."What you build up then is most important because after that we can't build more bone mass. After 30, we take in calcium just to maintain" the bone strength we have.That makes it critically important to begin a diet high in calcium as children and continue it throughout our lives."Parents should give calcium-rich foods to their children beginning at age four," Swett says.In addition to foods, other factors decrease calcium absorption, like prednisone and other medications and loss of estrogen, says Tamara Swett, clinical nutritionist at the regional health centre at Stamford Hospital in Connecticut.


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TAMARA SWETT, RD, CD-N
Tamara Swett, RD Tamara Swett RD, CD-N is a registered dietitian and has been an Out-Patient Dietitian at Norwalk Hospital since June of 2006. She received her first degree in Community Health at Western Connecticut State University and then followed her passion for nutrition by continuing her education at Saint Joseph's College where she received her degree in Nutrition. Tamara Swett is also involved in the childhood and adult weight loss programs offered by Norwalk Hospital. Ms. Swett provides nutrition counseling for individuals preparing for weight loss surgery. She runs one of the bariatric support groups at Norwalk Hospital, which is a Bariatric Surgery Center of Excellence.


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Tamara Swett, RD
TAMARA SWETT, RD, CD-N Tamara Swett RD, CD-N is a registered dietitian and has been an Out-Patient Dietitian at Norwalk Hospital since June of 2006. She received her first degree in Community Health at Western Connecticut State University and then followed her passion for nutrition by continuing her education at Saint Joseph's College where she received her degree in Nutrition. Tamara Swett is also involved in the childhood and adult weight loss programs offered by Norwalk Hospital. Ms. Swett provides nutrition counseling for individuals preparing for weight loss surgery. She runs one of the bariatric support groups at Norwalk Hospital, which is a Bariatric Surgery Center of Excellence. Various topics are covered during the support group sessions that are related to staying on your meal plan after surgery, including getting enough protein and fluid, coping strategies, recipe exchanges and discussions on the importance of specialized bariatric supplements to long term health, including brain and nerve function. Tamara Swett, RD


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