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Meghan Tiernan (MS, RD, LDN) is a registered dietitian with a passion for helping others achieve a healthy ...

Beth Aldrich is the author of the upcoming book, Real Moms Love to Eat (Penguin NAL, January, 2012), a Health & ...

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

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 ...

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

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
Boozy BBQ: Drunken Chicken and Kebabs
Posted @ 8:24pm ET on June 2, 2010
By Fitness Experts Whitney and Byron
Rediscover the naughty tingles of underage drinking when you craft this boozy barbeque. Delight in juicy roasted chicken, crisp veggies and fluffy brown rice, each in its own savory blend of flavors, originating from your favorite party favors. You always ...
Eat A Good Breakfast To Reduce Body Size
Posted @ 11:35am ET on June 2, 2010
Blog: Diet with Dr. Tabor
By Aaron Tabor, MD
We've all probably heard that eating breakfast is an important part of a healthy weight management plan. Research has suggested that eating a healthy breakfast reduces the risk for obesity, reduces overall daily calorie intake, and prevents overeating ...
Contamination of Naturally Gluten-Free Grains
Posted @ 5:00am ET on June 1, 2010
Blog: Living Gluten-Free
By TriciaThompsonMS/RD
My colleagues (Anne Lee, Schar, USA and Thomas Grace, Bia Diagnostics) and I recently published findings from a pilot study on grain contamination in the June issue of the Journal of the American Dietetic Association (Thompson T, Lee AR, Grace T. Gluten ...
The Skinny On ĎLow-Fatí Claims
Posted @ 6:00am ET on May 31, 2010
Blog: BrandAid: A Guide to Healthy Shopping
By BrandDoctorKerry
Itís the Catch-22 of dieting. In a desperate attempt to lose weight, you stock your cupboards with low-fat packaged foods. Weeks later your scale is telling you that youíve GAINED a few pounds. So, you go out and buy even more low-fat foods and the weight ...
Dr. Oz, Meet Dr. Abby!
Posted @ 6:00am ET on May 31, 2010
Blog: Where Science Meets Sin
By DoctorAbby
If† Dr. Ozís weight loss program works, why isnít Oprah thin? † Can anyone argue that sheís not motivated?† Can anyone argue that she doesnít have enough resources to help her?† Can anyone argue anything but obese genes, creating weight gain whenever her ...
4 Proven Tricks to Eat Less Food
Posted @ 6:00am ET on May 31, 2010
Blog: The Truth About Abs
By Mike Geary
I found these 4 tricks (that are proven to help people eat less food and overall calories) while reading a fascinating book recently called 59 Seconds by Richard Wiseman. I think you'll find these very helpful if you're looking to control your caloric ...
Fiber Is Lacking in American Diets
Posted @ 6:00am ET on May 31, 2010
Blog: Diet with Dr. Tabor
By Aaron Tabor, MD
Fiber is an important part of our daily diet. The Institute of Medicine recommends that women consume between 21-26 grams and that men consume between 30-38 grams of fiber daily. Despite these recommendations, new marketing research from Mintel, a leading ...
Fruits & Vegetables Might Reduce Inflammation
Posted @ 8:00am ET on May 29, 2010
Blog: Diet with Dr. Tabor
By Aaron Tabor, MD
Nutrigenomics is the study of the interactions between diet/nutrition and gene expression and it has become an increasingly important aspect of nutrition research. Research over the last several years has continued to suggest that certain components of the ...
Itís Time for a Change...
Posted @ 5:53pm ET on May 27, 2010
Blog: Fit Life with Stephen Cabral
By Stephen Cabral
No Iím not running for PresidentÖ But I do have an important point to touch on today. Itís one that I wrote about on NutritionData and something many people have reached out to me about. It has to do with struggling to lose weight and transforming ...
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