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Hope Warshaw is a nationally recognized and respected dietitian and diabetes educator who applies more than 25 years of expertise in her work as an author and freelance writer, media spokesperson, consultant and diabetes educator. Her latest book, eat Out, Eat Right, is the basis for her Diet.com blog of the same name.

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Eat Out, Eat Right: Pizza Hut
posted @ 6:00am ET on February 21, 2011 by Hope Warshaw, MMSc, RD Dietitian and author of Eat Out, Eat Right Does your restaurant meal count equal or exceed 6 a week -- the national ...
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