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huffingtonpost.com — “If you're someone who watches what you eat, you probably don't get down with a lot of lasagna. Lasagna is typically one big (delicious) mess of melted cheese, red meat and pasta.” View full resource at huffingtonpost.com
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blog.foodnetwork.com — “Most of the time we tell you to eat everything in moderation, but there are just some foods even the experts stay away from. Ironically, deep-fried candy bars didn’t make the list — we polled both the HealthyEats staff and nationwide nutrition experts to see which foods they shy away from.” View full resource at blog.foodnetwork.com
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livestrong.com — “You’ve heard it before: “You are what you eat.” When it comes to your skin, the quality of your appearance in many ways reflects the quality of your diet. According to Ashley Koff, RD, who has worked with Hollywood actresses and Olympic athletes, explains, “Your food across the board will affect your skin, positively or negatively.” We asked her and other experts to tell us what foods can have the most adverse effects on your skin’s healthy glow. Here are the ” View full resource at livestrong.com
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A Registered Dietitian, Certified Diabetes Educator and Certified Wellness Intrinsic Coach, Melissa holds a Bachelors of Science in Clinical Dietetics and Masters Degree in Nutrition Education and practiced as Certified Nutrition Support Dietitian for 10 years. Melissa has the Certificate of training for Childhood and Adolescent Weight Management. She has over 15 years of diverse experience in clinical care, nutrition management, counseling, critical care curriculum, nutrition education, media and writing, and currently serves as the spokesperson for the California Dietetic Association (CDA) and Financial Co-Chair of the Los Angeles District of CDA. She provides a unique approach to health and wellness across the entire lifespan. She combines both an evidenced based and holistic approach to help her clients and audience reach their health goals.
As a past clinical manager, implementing best practice guidelines has always been a priority. For the past eight years, she has provided on-line education at universities and colleges to health professionals, fitness professionals, Registered Dietitians and the general public. She provides community lectures on childhood and adult nutrition and enjoys motivating her audience by encouraging small steps to healthier lifestyle changes while creating a fun approach to living. Most recently, with founding
Dr. Robert T. Grant is Plastic Surgeon-in-Chief for the combined Divisions of Plastic Surgery at New York-Presbyterian Hospital/Columbia University Medical Center and New York-Presbyterian Hospital/Weill Cornell Medical Center, the University Hospitals of Columbia and Cornell, a position he has held since April of 2006. Board-certified in general surgery and plastic surgery, Dr. Grant is a member of the American Association of Plastic Surgeons (AAPS), the American Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery (ASAPS) and the American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS).
After receiving his MD degree from Albany Medical College, Dr. Grant chose to specialize in plastic surgery and completed his general surgery and plastic surgery residencies at New York-Presbyterian Hospital/Weill Cornell Medical Center.