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BrandDoctorKerry
Kerry McLeod, PSHFC (Practitioner in the Science of Healthy Food Choices), is eBrandAid.com’s chief “Brand ...

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

Stephen Cabral
Stephen Cabral, CPT/CSCS is the author of Fatlossity as well as founder and director of FitLife by ...

EatLiveBlog
Renee Hirschberg is the author of Boston-based blog EatLiveBlog.com and founder of BostonBrunchers.com. Consistently finding healthier ways ...

Lys Riley
Author of the blog, Liz Lemon Nights, Lys Riley is a self taught cook who is absolutely in love with food. She ...

Lauren Alford
Lauren Alford is the food blogger behind MuchAdoAboutSomethin.com, who enjoys putting together creative and healthy recipes that anyone can ...

Recent Nutrition Blogs
Vitamin D – How Much Do We Need?
Posted @ 11:41am ET on October 20, 2010
Blog: Diet with Dr. Tabor
By Aaron Tabor, MD
Vitamin D has been a hotly debated micronutrient over the last few years. Current dietary recommendations as set by the Institute of Medicine are that adults up to 50 years of age require 200 International Units (IU) per day, that adults 51 - 70 years of ...
Healthy Start: Just how Much Does Your Child Need?
Posted @ 7:00am ET on October 11, 2010
Blog: Fresh Ideas for Healthy Living
By Cheryl Tallman
It's a fact - Breakfast is the most important meal of the day. Studies have proven that children who eat a healthy breakfast perform better at school, have more energy and are less likely to be overweight. A healthy breakfast should include four types of ...
Break The Vicious Circle of Overeating
Posted @ 11:09am ET on October 6, 2010
Blog: Diet with Dr. Tabor
By Aaron Tabor, MD
Previous research studies have reported that obese individuals show differences in brain circuitry related to food reward. Compared to lean individuals, obese individuals appear to produce less dopamine and have fewer dopamine receptors. These differences ...
Crockpot Chicken Pot Pie!
Posted @ 8:00am ET on October 4, 2010
Blog: Tracie's Tasties: Recipe Makeovers
By TracieSanderlin
One of my favorite memories as a kid was spending time at my Grandma Theo’s house. We spent many summer vacations at her house. One of the things she would always make for lunch was those yummy pot pies (I always picked the turkey). You know the ones ...
Improving School Vending Machine Choices
Posted @ 11:28am ET on October 1, 2010
Blog: Diet with Dr. Tabor
By Aaron Tabor, MD
Many individuals and organizations point to vending machines and other 'competitive food/beverages' (i.e. school stores, snack bars, a la carte items, etc) in schools as a major contributor to childhood obesity and poor diet quality among American children. ...
Eat Your ‘Whole Grains’!
Posted @ 2:15pm ET on September 29, 2010
Blog: Diet with Dr. Tabor
By Aaron Tabor, MD
The Dietary Guidelines for Americans 2005 recommend that we consume 3 or more 1-ounce servings of whole grains per day to help reduce the risk of several chronic diseases and potentially support healthy weight control. Interestingly, there was not an ...
Can Alpha Lipoic Acid Help With Weight Loss?
Posted @ 8:49am ET on September 28, 2010
Blog: Diet with Dr. Tabor
By Aaron Tabor, MD
Alpha lipoic acid (ALA) is a well known dietary antioxidant that has been shown to have multiple antioxidant functions including the scavenging of reactive oxygen and nitrogen species, the regeneration of other antioxidants and the enhancement of at least ...
Healthy Weight Control With A Mediterranean Diet
Posted @ 7:30am ET on September 27, 2010
Blog: Diet with Dr. Tabor
By Aaron Tabor, MD
A Mediterranean type diet pattern, which is typically rich in fruits, vegetables, fish, olive oil, nuts, beans, and seeds, with only low to moderate consumption of red meat and wine, has been reported to have a number of possible health benefits. Some ...
Mmm, Mmm Good: My Favorite Gluten-Free Soup
Posted @ 9:00am ET on September 20, 2010
Blog: Living Gluten-Free
By TriciaThompsonMS/RD
It’s turning a wee bit chillier in the Northeast and my thoughts are starting to turn towards soup to keep me warm. Homemade gluten-free soup is easy to make and a great way to experiment with some of the gluten-free whole grains. Amaranth is one of my ...
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