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By Rosanna Gibbons, MS, RD, LDN
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Celebrate Heart Month with Fish:Advice for Selecting and Preparing Fish

In an earlier blog I celebrated Heart Month by providing some practical information about fish. In this blog, I'll take you on a "virtual tour” of the supermarket and my kitchen, with a focus on how to navigate the fish counter and selecting, prep...  More »

Celebrate Heart Month with Fish

The month of February is traditionally designated by the American Heart Association as Heart Month. This is a time of the year when nutrition educators like me focus our awareness on how to eat better to reduce the risk of stroke and heart disease.  More »

Permanent Weight Loss for 2014: Customizing Your Diet

Thanks to cutting-edge research, there may be some new clues as to why and how some people are successful at maintaining sustained weight loss and some are not.  More »

Intermittent Fasting: Permanent Weight Loss for 2014?

Recently, a radical form of dieting called intermittent fasting (IF) has been grabbing attention on public television and in the popular press. Here's some more about this tactic known as quasi-fasting.  More »

Are Supplements Safe?

Unlike prescription medications, which under our current laws must be carefully tested and scrutinized for purity, safety, and effectiveness, no such requirements are on the books for food supplements before they come to market.  More »

Can Vitamins Prevent or Reverse Disease?

Will taking a daily multivitamin lower your risk of illness or disease?  More »

How to Select an Adequate Supplement

In a recent entry, I discussed various groups of people whose diets often need to be supplemented. If you are in one of those categories and all else fails—that is, if food isn’t available or is intolerable—then a supplement can help you prevent s...  More »

Should You Be Taking a Multivitamin?

Whenever a person’s diet is lacking, or one’s nutritional needs are increased, or one’s ability to absorb and use a nutrient is compromised, then a person may need a supplement.  More »

Food Is a Family Affair, Part 2: Great Picks for Picky Eaters

Today, I’d like to share with you some of the methods I use in my nutrition practice to overcome the food objections of young children and to encourage them to learn good food habits. I’m going to place special emphasis how to go about modifying t...  More »

Food Is a Family Affair: In the Very Beginning

Did you know that you had already developed your own personal food-and-flavor personality way before your very first taste of actual food?  More »

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