Ketchum author Dylan Bailey, MS, RD

Dylan is a Senior Nutrition Specialist at Ketchum and Registered Dietitian. He has presented his research at conferences including The Obesity Society’s Obesity Week, The American Society for Nutrition’s (ASN) Annual Nutrition Science Meeting and the Food and Nutrition Conference and Expo. Dylan’s research interests include weight bias and diversity in the dietetic profession. Dylan serves as Chair for the Cultures of Gender and Age Member Interest Group of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. Dylan is also the Social Media Chair for the Early Career Nutrition Special Interest Group of ASN.

Posts: Dylan Bailey, MS, RD

Dietary Guidelines for Americans - photo illustration featuring various types of cuisines

What Food Marketing and Comms Pros Should Know—and Do—About the New Dietary Guidelines

by Lisa Bruno, MS, RD and Dylan Bailey, MS, RD| January 19, 2021

In case you missed it, the U.S. Departments of Agriculture (USDA) and Health and Human Services (HHS) released the 2020-2025 Dietary Guidelines for Americans (DGAs) in the typically quiet week between Christmas and the New Year. The DGAs are critically important for food policy decisions and will shape the general guidance on consumer eating patterns […]

Nutrition Education Content

To Create Breakthrough Nutrition Education Content, Check in with Chicken

by Dylan Bailey, MS, RD| September 3, 2020

Think about how much chicken you eat in a year. If you’re like the average American, that’s estimated to be some 96.1 pounds of chicken. You may find yourself buying so much chicken because, compared to other sources of protein, you’ve heard that it’s healthier, more convenient, has better family appeal, is affordable and even […]

Should You Salt Your Grapefruit? How the Food Science Research of Today Fuels the Communications of Tomorrow

Should You Salt Your Grapefruit? How the Food Science Research of Today Fuels the Communications of Tomorrow

by Dylan Bailey, MS, RD| July 11, 2018

Grapefruits can be bitter, so how do we make them have a more pleasurable taste? A light dusting of sugar is often the logical solution. But, there’s an alternative option to achieve a sweeter taste. Salt. How do we know this works? We have research to thank. Salt brands in the 1940s certainly did, as […]