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DrDiet
Dr. Diet, is here to provide you with the best diet, fitness and nutrition tips and news. As a respected expert ...

FitnessExpertKatrina
Katrina Hodgson, NASM CPT, BS Health Science, has helped thousands reach their goals by designing fitness ...

TriciaThompsonMS/RD
Tricia Thompson, MS, RD is a nutrition consultant, author and speaker specializing in celiac disease and the ...

thinkthin
Lizanne Falsetto, mother, entrepreneur and CEO of thinkproducts, created thinkThinkģ protein bars as a solution ...

Heather Waxman
Heather Waxman graduated from Framingham State University with a BS in nutrition and a minor in journalism. She ...

vegan101girl
Lindsay Greenfield is certified in plant-based nutrition through the T. Colin Campbell Foundation and eCornell. ...

Recent Nutrition Blogs
Eat All Your Veggies
Posted @ 5:00pm ET on August 31, 2012
Blog: Danielle Prestejohn
By DPrestejohn
100% honesty... I don't like vegetables!!! I know they are healthy and I can't cut them out completely so here are some options that make me like them a little more... Spicy turkey lettuce wraps...a perfect way to eat your greens! Why we need ...
All Day Energy: Avoid Mid-Afternoon Energy Crashes
Posted @ 9:00am ET on August 31, 2012
Blog: Diet Write
By DietWrite
One of the questions we get pretty often here at Diet.com is how to avoid the "mid-afternoon energy slump" people tend to run into around 2pm. While you could turn to one of the many popular shot-sized pick-me-ups to try to fix the issue, we recommend ...
Nuts About Pistachios
Posted @ 11:00am ET on August 30, 2012
Blog: Real Moms Love To Eat
By bethaldrich
I love pistachios. As a young girl, I'd watch my dad eat the red-dyed ones by the handful and soon I joined in on the fun. Now, as an Integrative Health and Nutrition Specialist, I often recommend these compact little nuts to my clients for the many ...
Spinach Salad with Chicken, Orange & Raspberry
Posted @ 7:00am ET on August 27, 2012
Blog: Danielle Prestejohn
By DPrestejohn
Here is a great summer recipe, perfect for a cookout! It's simple to make and easy to bring to a party so you know you will have a Paleo and Gluten Free option available... Ingredients: - 1 lb boneless skinless chicken breasts - 2 limes - 100% ...
Portobello Mushroom Pizzas
Posted @ 12:00pm ET on August 22, 2012
Blog: Danielle Prestejohn
By DPrestejohn
Paleo Pizza gets tricky. Most recipes for pizza are an overload of nuts and very calorie dense. Here is a super easy version to make that is mainly veggies. I made mine with cheese but you definitely replace the cheese with some roasted chicken, or mix in ...
The Celiac Disease-Lactose Intolerant Connection
Posted @ 8:00am ET on August 22, 2012
Blog: Living Gluten-Free
By TriciaThompsonMS/RD
When they are newly diagnosed with celiac disease, many people also discover that they are lactose intolerant and have difficulty digesting milk and products containing milk. This type of lactose intolerance is called "secondary lactose intolerance." It ...
Oh Sugar, Sugar!
Posted @ 9:00am ET on August 21, 2012
Blog: The Pursuit of Ultimate Wellness
By Alicia Kirschenheiter
How we so love you, let us count the ways. The public's obsession with sugar is a growing phenomenon leading the way to various health issues, ranging from mildly irritating conditions to drastic disease. Of course, there's also the impact that sugar is ...
Cantaloupe to Blame for Salmonella Sicknesses
Posted @ 12:40pm ET on August 20, 2012
Blog: Diet Write
By DietWrite
Cantaloupes are to blame for the salmonella outbreak that has sickened over 140 people and killed 2, health officials have concluded. In an outbreak that has spanned 20 states - but had its strongest impact in Kentucky - cantaloupes grown in Indiana have ...
Chile Pepper Guide
Posted @ 8:00am ET on August 20, 2012
Blog: Fresh Ideas for Healthy Living
By Cheryl Tallman
Whether you enjoy spicy or mild flavors, there is a chile pepper for you. The spiciness of peppers is rated using the Scoville Scale. This scale measures the amount of capsaicin in the pepper. Along with packing heat and spice, capsaicin has antioxidants ...
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