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Hope Warshaw is a nationally recognized and respected dietitian and diabetes educator who applies more than 25 ...

With her clever wit and wisdom, certified nutritional consultant (CNC), Leanne Ely, is bringing people back to ...

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

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

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

Molly Bea Ferioli is a Master Nutrition Therapist, Restaurateur, and a mother of two. She is the author at the food blog Mollybea.com ...

Recent Nutrition Blogs
Be crystal clear on what you need!
Posted @ 6:40am ET on November 8, 2010
Blog: Mind Over Platter
By RosaSmith
We have been talking about self care and how it supports your weight loss. Creating a healthy lifestyle does not happen by accident. To reach and maintain your weight loss goals, you need to have a plan. I call it designing a life that reflects your ...
Calcium & Vitamin D in Childhood Obesity
Posted @ 1:28pm ET on November 3, 2010
Blog: Diet with Dr. Tabor
By Aaron Tabor, MD
In a previous blog, we discussed the beneficial impact of higher calcium intakes and higher vitamin D blood levels on successful weight loss in adults. New research studies also suggest that vitamin D and calcium might reduce the risk of obesity for some ...
A Strawberry Pie That Fits Your Diet
Posted @ 7:00am ET on November 1, 2010
Blog: Tracie's Tasties: Recipe Makeovers
By TracieSanderlin
A great man once summed up my feeling about pie very eloquently. “Mmmmm... pie.” Yes, Homer Simpson hit the nail right on the head. Pie is one of my all-time favorite desserts. Preferably ones with fruit. (They’re healthier right?) Well, ...
Reduce Belly Fat By Choosing Whole Grains
Posted @ 11:30am ET on October 29, 2010
Blog: Diet with Dr. Tabor
By Aaron Tabor, MD
Current recommendations from the Dietary Guidelines for Americans 2005 are that we should consume 3 or more 1-ounce servings of whole grains per day to help reduce the risk of several chronic health conditions and potentially support healthy weight control. ...
Plant Compounds Suppress Inflammation Markers
Posted @ 10:57am ET on October 26, 2010
Blog: Diet with Dr. Tabor
By Aaron Tabor, MD
Obesity has been linked to a low level of chronic inflammation due to the production inflammation-related chemicals by fat cells. Research has suggested that many of the chronic human health conditions linked to obesity are due to this low-grade chronic ...
Use this Rule to Stop Reading Nutrition Labels!
Posted @ 7:00am ET on October 25, 2010
Blog: Fit Life with Stephen Cabral
By Stephen Cabral
When it comes to choosing your foods it’s not really necessary to look at the nutrition labels if you follow one simple rule. This rule will also allow you to quit counting calories… Here’s why: The simple rule I want you to follow is to shop ...
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 ...
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