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Sally Ketchum has a nose for news… when it’s news about good food and proper dieting that is. This veteran writer ...

Dr. Abby Aronowitz, Ph.D. President, DAA, Inc., is a psychologist, speaker and coach, who completed work at ...

Nikki and David Goldbeck, whose best-selling The Supermarket Handbook helped revolutionize America’s diet and ...

Janel Ovrut
Janel, a Registered Dietitian who follows a vegetarian diet, promotes no-nonsense, plant-based cooking so that ...

Deirdre Riley
Deirdre Riley is a registered dietitian and nutrition consultant who specializes in wellness and prevention. She ...

Catherine McCord launched Weelicious in 2007, providing a solution to parents' hectic lives by showing them how ...

Recent Nutrition Blogs
Diet Trick - Eat More Food, Fewer Calories
Posted @ 8:00am ET on December 9, 2012
Blog: Diet Talk from the Doc
By DrDiet
People can eat bigger portions without "breaking the calorie bank" if they choose the right types of food, according to a research study published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition. The magic ingredient in all of these healthier foods like ...
Gluten-Free Holiday Casseroles, Cookies
Posted @ 8:00am ET on December 6, 2012
Blog: Living Gluten-Free
By TriciaThompsonMS/RD
If Eve Adamson, my co-author on The Complete Idiot's Guide to Gluten-Free Eating is reading this blog she is shaking her head. She knows that I am not the biggest fan of the word casserole. Each time she wanted to use "casserole" in the book I strongly ...
Is It Paleo???
Posted @ 9:00am ET on December 5, 2012
Blog: Danielle Prestejohn
By DPrestejohn
I've been seeing a lot more information everywhere about the Paleo diet. I'm excited because it is something I very much believe in and hope more people get to see just how great you can feel on a Paleo diet. Today I want to address a tricky question... ...
Planned Snacks Fill in Nutritional Gaps
Posted @ 8:00am ET on December 3, 2012
Blog: Diet Talk from the Doc
By DrDiet
Snacking can help to fill in nutritional gaps, boost your intake of fruits and vegetables, keep your mood steady and help regulate your appetite and weight, say diet experts. The key is to budget snack calories into your daily diet while choosing foods and ...
Party Eating and Your Diet
Posted @ 9:00am ET on November 29, 2012
Blog: Diet Talk from the Doc
By DrDiet
Holiday eating and celebrations from Thanksgiving to New Year's cause people to gain on the average of just under a pound, according to a year long study published in the New England Journal of Medicine. But weight gain at holiday time doesn't have to be ...
Caffeine... A Not So Great Pick-Me-Up?
Posted @ 12:00pm ET on November 28, 2012
Blog: Dietitian Consult
By DietitianConsult
Do you ever have those days when you just don't have the energy to do much? How many of you have reached for some source of caffeine to give you that extra boost you needed? I'm guessing most of you enjoy your cup of coffee or tea each day, and there's ...
Calcium For Weight Loss: How It Works
Posted @ 7:00am ET on November 26, 2012
Blog: Women's Wellness
By MKGrossman
Would you like to decrease your body's fat storage, increase your fat burning, and decrease insulin resistance in one easy step? Sounds too good to be true, doesn't it? You are right, of course, if you said, "Nothing is ever that easy." But researchers ...
Your Food Preparation May Be Causing You Harm
Posted @ 9:00am ET on November 24, 2012
Blog: Diet Write
By DietWrite
The preparation of a meal can heighten the health risks of the food. According to one study, grilled, fried, and broiled animal products contain a class of toxins known as "advanced glycation end products." These toxins may be as significant a risk ...
Low Fat Trap: Low-Fat Snacks Higher in Calories
Posted @ 8:00am ET on November 23, 2012
Blog: Diet Talk from the Doc
By DrDiet
At holiday celebrations, in movie theaters and in homes, Cornell studies show that people eat an average of 28% more total calories when they eat low-fat snacks than when they eat regular ones. To read the full article, click here: Do Low-fat Foods ...
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