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Kerry McLeod, PSHFC (Practitioner in the Science of Healthy Food Choices), is eBrandAid.comís chief ďBrand ...

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

You might recognize Sarah as Diet.com Video host and producer. She's also a certified personal trainer and ...

The world's largest spa media, marketing, and gifting company, SpaFinder, Inc., connects millions of ...

Sharon Palmer
Sharon Palmer, RD is a registered dietitian and author of The Plant-Powered Diet, which was named one of the best diet books in 2013, and ...

Camerons Healing Kitchen
Cameron Allshouse is a Health Coach, dance teacher and parent of two children. She decided to become a health coach to fulfill her passion ...

Recent Nutrition Blogs
Breast Cancer: Fight Now!
Posted @ 6:00am ET on August 30, 2010
Blog: Diet with Dr. Tabor
By Aaron Tabor, MD
The National Cancer Institute estimates that there will be 207,090 new cases of breast cancer in the United States this year with approximately 39,840 deaths. That is over 500 new cases per day! Fortunately, we are entering an era where much more ...
A Delicious Gluten-Free Wedding
Posted @ 10:00am ET on August 23, 2010
Blog: Living Gluten-Free
By TriciaThompsonMS/RD
If you think you canít have a catered event that is both completely gluten-free and down right decadentóthink again. My husband, son and I recently attended a wedding where all the food was gluten free and we all agreed that it was the best food we had ...
The 11 Best Breakfast Bars
Posted @ 6:30am ET on August 23, 2010
Blog: BrandAid: A Guide to Healthy Shopping
By BrandDoctorKerry
A recent Label Lesson unwrapped the dark side of breakfast bars. This week we want you to take an oath: I swear I will NEVER touch another Healthy Food Imposter breakfast bar again. I will ONLY eat breakfast foods that provide my body with whole grains ...
The Food Pyramid Is Upside Down!
Posted @ 6:00am ET on August 23, 2010
Blog: Fit Life with Stephen Cabral
By Stephen Cabral
I know we're supposed to believe what the government tells us, but I think we both know that sometimes they're just flat out wrong or maybe telling a little fibÖ This is outrageously evident when we look at the food pyramid (old and new). Even with ...
Watch What You Eat - Choose Healthy Carbs
Posted @ 2:49pm ET on August 19, 2010
Blog: Diet with Dr. Tabor
By Aaron Tabor, MD
Obesity has become a serious problem in the U.S. with approximately two-thirds of our population considered overweight or obese. In fact, it has been reported that obesity rates have increased in 28 states and 8 states have obesity rates higher than 30% of ...
The Salad Dressing You Should NEVER Eat!
Posted @ 6:00am ET on August 16, 2010
Blog: The Truth About Abs
By Mike Geary
If you want to eat truly healthy, support your fat loss goals, and avoid some of the nasty additives in processed food, one thing you should eliminate is typical store-bought salad dressing. I personally NEVER buy pre-made salad dressings from the store ...
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 ...
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