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Alex Ong
Alex Ong is the author of Mind Your Own Wellness and founder of MindYourOwnWellness.com. A food industry ...

Mike Geary
CPT & Certified Nutrition Specialist, is the author of the international best-seller, The Truth about Six Pack ...

Snack Girl
Lisa Cain, Ph.D., is the CEO of Snack-Girl.com. She has been featured in Glamour.com, The Consumerist, and the LA ...

DrV
Frederic J. Vagnini, M.D., is a board certified Heart & Vascular Surgeon. In recent years he has devoted his ...

DPrestejohn
Danielle Prestejohn, NASM CPT, MS Nutrition, is a devoted CrossFitter, Group Fitness Instructor, and Health ...

Maggie Moon, MS, RD
Maggie Moon, MS, RD is a registered dietitian, food lover, jazz dancer, and aspiring aerialist. She's not the food police, she's about ...

Recent Nutrition Blogs
Are Restaurants Getting the Message?
Posted @ 6:00am ET on August 16, 2010
Blog: Diet with Dr. Tabor
By Aaron Tabor, MD
Recent news stories released earlier this summer suggest that restaurants might actually be starting to provide healthier options for their patrons, which considering the present rate of obesity in the U.S. is excellent news. According to one recent ...
Obesity Linked to Poor Omega-6/Omega-3 Ratio
Posted @ 1:14pm ET on August 13, 2010
Blog: Diet with Dr. Tabor
By Aaron Tabor, MD
Dietary fats are often misunderstood and as a result are often grouped together as a bad part of our regular diets. For years we were told that limiting the amount of fat in the diet was the right way to eat for both weight management and heart health. ...
Aim For A Lower Glycemic Index
Posted @ 4:04pm ET on August 10, 2010
Blog: Diet with Dr. Tabor
By Aaron Tabor, MD
The glycemic index measures the impact of a food on a person's blood sugar levels. A food with a high glycemic index causes a rapid rise in blood sugar, while a low glycemic food will not. Numerous research studies have reported that following an overall ...
Internet Weight Loss Programs Can Work!
Posted @ 6:00am ET on August 9, 2010
Blog: Diet with Dr. Tabor
By Aaron Tabor, MD
Weight loss is a difficult task for most of us, but just as difficult is keeping the weight off after we have lost it. Unfortunately, many of us regain the weight we lost. This weight regain can occur for many reasons. For some of us, we lost weight ...
Calabacitas
Posted @ 6:00am ET on August 9, 2010
Blog: Fresh Ideas for Healthy Living
By Cheryl Tallman
This is a family-friendly recipe that includes a puree for babies in Stages Two and Three. Ingredients: 3-4 medium-sized Zucchini, diced 1 large onion, diced 3 ears fresh sweet corn or 1-1/2 cups of frozen corn or canned corn, rinsed & ...
Healthy Pregnancy Weight Reduces Childhood Obesity
Posted @ 12:00pm ET on August 6, 2010
Blog: Diet with Dr. Tabor
By Aaron Tabor, MD
Numerous obesity research studies have reported that weight gain during pregnancy and birth weight are both linked to one's risk for becoming overweight or obese during both childhood and as an adult. However, it has been unclear if these links between ...
Resveratrol Might Help Prevent Weight Gain
Posted @ 12:25pm ET on August 4, 2010
Blog: Diet with Dr. Tabor
By Aaron Tabor, MD
Resveratrol, an antioxidant phytochemical found in the skins of red grapes, red wine, and purple grape juice as well as other foods, has been implicated in a number of possible health benefits, particularly heart health. Emerging research continues to ...
Snacking Reduces Obesity Risk In Teens?
Posted @ 9:00am ET on August 3, 2010
Blog: Diet with Dr. Tabor
By Aaron Tabor, MD
A new obesity study published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition reports that snacking is linked to a decreased risk of being overweight and a decreased risk of abdominal obesity[1]. Upon reading that, many of us are probably thinking that ...
Plateau Buster #5 - Keep a Food Diary
Posted @ 6:00am ET on August 2, 2010
Blog: Mind Over Platter
By RosaSmith
Welcome to part 5 of my 7-part series on how to bust through a plateau! Keeping a food log of everything you eat may sound boring. Most people donít want to keep a diary, and even if they did, they donít have the time. This may not seem like a plateau ...
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