Nutrition News – February 13, 2009


Registered Dietitians Can Do Much to Help Educate Americans and Eliminate Health Disparities in U.S., Says Former Surgeon General

Think 30 minutes of exercise cuts it? Try 50
Updated guidelines recommend more daily activity to battle weight gain

Dietary Aid Helps Kidney Patients Stay Safe
Too much phosphorus in food can cause harm, but new tool helps spot the danger

Too much vitamin E during pregnancy may harm baby

Three Million people are at risk of malnutrition in UK – BDA

Inflammation In Colon May Get Doused Before Fueling Cancer Development

A Spoonful of Sweetener — Without the Calories

Nanoparticles In Dietary Supplements Cause Health Concerns, Regulatory Challenges

Maryland eyes artificial food color ban

Efficacy of Fish Oil in Lupus Patients

Registered Dietitians in the News

Eating his way to a six-pack with 16 eggs a day
(Jim White, ADA Spokesperson quoted)

Protein pulls ahead on the post-workout menu
(Nancy Clark, RD quoted)

I love you … Let’s clean out the fridge!
(Mary Lee Chin, RD quoted)

HEALTHY EATING: How to feel your food

(By Joan Endyke, RD)

Eat your vegetables
(Robyn Wilson, RD quoted)

Caswell welcomes new program for children
(Greg Wheatley, RD quoted)

Avera Medical Minute: Vegetarianism
(Megan Woodraska, RD quoted)

Grocery tags aim to build shoppers ‘nutrition IQ’
(Heidi Diller, RD & Stacy Beeson, RD quoted)

LETTER: Boost your heart health on Valentine’s Day
(By Susan Levin, RD)

The rules of golf … and golf food
(By Barbara Quinn, RD)


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