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Most Recently Shared on August 6, 2011 at 4:56 pm By:

nutritiontwin Lyssie Lakatos and Tammy Lakatos Shames

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A Bad Week for Fake Nutrition | Ask Mary RD

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maryhartleyRDservices and to schedule an appointment, visit my website AskMaryRD.com. I write a blog several days a week that will, hopefully, shape your ideas about what to eat and how to think about food and nutrition in America today. To view my actual job history, please visit my LinkedIn page.

When it comes to weight control and eating in general, I am committed to a flexible, realistic, and personal approach. I do not believe in fad diets or unnecessary diet pills. I do believe in making informed choices based on your values and preferences, with a clear understanding of the consequences, for better or for worse. Throughout my career, I have used a "Non-Diet Approach" to weight control, which emphasizes appetite regulation and learning to solve emotional problems without using food. For medical problems that require a therapeutic diet, I teach my patients how to choose specific foods in the correct amounts for their optimal health. I nutritious, well-prepared food and physical activity performed in the total health.

In addition to my clinical practice, I provide services as a brand ambassador, social marketing expert, speaker, writer, digital content adviser, and media personality. I focus on special projects, products and services in the areas of food and nutrition and related IT." /> Mary Hartley, RD, MPH Dietitian, Active Health Library, and Nutritionist

Recipes | Brandie Schwartz

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In Oct. of 2009, Sue became a Certified Natural Health Professional, and in 2011 became Certified as a Digestive Health Specialist through the Loomis Institute of Enzyme Nutrition, and is also a member of the American Holistic Nurses Association. Sue has a private practice in Green Bay, WI., but has the priviledge of having and serving clients in areas of Nova Scotia, Boston, Minnesota, West Virginia, and the Fox Valley area of WI. She maintains her current WI Nursing Licensure. We welcome you to contact us about cancer-fighting supplements used in Sue's treatment." /> Suzan Macco RN Nurse and Active Health Library

Just Say No to Birth Control Pills 10/27/04

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The Goddess Served Vegetables | Ask Mary RD

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maryhartleyRDservices and to schedule an appointment, visit my website AskMaryRD.com. I write a blog several days a week that will, hopefully, shape your ideas about what to eat and how to think about food and nutrition in America today. To view my actual job history, please visit my LinkedIn page.

When it comes to weight control and eating in general, I am committed to a flexible, realistic, and personal approach. I do not believe in fad diets or unnecessary diet pills. I do believe in making informed choices based on your values and preferences, with a clear understanding of the consequences, for better or for worse. Throughout my career, I have used a "Non-Diet Approach" to weight control, which emphasizes appetite regulation and learning to solve emotional problems without using food. For medical problems that require a therapeutic diet, I teach my patients how to choose specific foods in the correct amounts for their optimal health. I nutritious, well-prepared food and physical activity performed in the total health.

In addition to my clinical practice, I provide services as a brand ambassador, social marketing expert, speaker, writer, digital content adviser, and media personality. I focus on special projects, products and services in the areas of food and nutrition and related IT." /> Mary Hartley, RD, MPH Dietitian, Active Health Library, and Nutritionist

Walk Like Your Life Depends on It | Ask Mary RD

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maryhartleyRDservices and to schedule an appointment, visit my website AskMaryRD.com. I write a blog several days a week that will, hopefully, shape your ideas about what to eat and how to think about food and nutrition in America today. To view my actual job history, please visit my LinkedIn page.

When it comes to weight control and eating in general, I am committed to a flexible, realistic, and personal approach. I do not believe in fad diets or unnecessary diet pills. I do believe in making informed choices based on your values and preferences, with a clear understanding of the consequences, for better or for worse. Throughout my career, I have used a "Non-Diet Approach" to weight control, which emphasizes appetite regulation and learning to solve emotional problems without using food. For medical problems that require a therapeutic diet, I teach my patients how to choose specific foods in the correct amounts for their optimal health. I nutritious, well-prepared food and physical activity performed in the total health.

In addition to my clinical practice, I provide services as a brand ambassador, social marketing expert, speaker, writer, digital content adviser, and media personality. I focus on special projects, products and services in the areas of food and nutrition and related IT." /> Mary Hartley, RD, MPH Dietitian, Active Health Library, and Nutritionist

Breakfast (Cereal) With the Candidates | Ask Mary RD

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Most Recently Shared on October 29, 2012 at 10:17 am By:

maryhartleyRDservices and to schedule an appointment, visit my website AskMaryRD.com. I write a blog several days a week that will, hopefully, shape your ideas about what to eat and how to think about food and nutrition in America today. To view my actual job history, please visit my LinkedIn page.

When it comes to weight control and eating in general, I am committed to a flexible, realistic, and personal approach. I do not believe in fad diets or unnecessary diet pills. I do believe in making informed choices based on your values and preferences, with a clear understanding of the consequences, for better or for worse. Throughout my career, I have used a "Non-Diet Approach" to weight control, which emphasizes appetite regulation and learning to solve emotional problems without using food. For medical problems that require a therapeutic diet, I teach my patients how to choose specific foods in the correct amounts for their optimal health. I nutritious, well-prepared food and physical activity performed in the total health.

In addition to my clinical practice, I provide services as a brand ambassador, social marketing expert, speaker, writer, digital content adviser, and media personality. I focus on special projects, products and services in the areas of food and nutrition and related IT." /> Mary Hartley, RD, MPH Dietitian, Active Health Library, and Nutritionist

Don’t Forget About Walnuts! | Ask Mary RD

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Most Recently Shared on October 22, 2012 at 10:26 am By:

maryhartleyRDservices and to schedule an appointment, visit my website AskMaryRD.com. I write a blog several days a week that will, hopefully, shape your ideas about what to eat and how to think about food and nutrition in America today. To view my actual job history, please visit my LinkedIn page.

When it comes to weight control and eating in general, I am committed to a flexible, realistic, and personal approach. I do not believe in fad diets or unnecessary diet pills. I do believe in making informed choices based on your values and preferences, with a clear understanding of the consequences, for better or for worse. Throughout my career, I have used a "Non-Diet Approach" to weight control, which emphasizes appetite regulation and learning to solve emotional problems without using food. For medical problems that require a therapeutic diet, I teach my patients how to choose specific foods in the correct amounts for their optimal health. I nutritious, well-prepared food and physical activity performed in the total health.

In addition to my clinical practice, I provide services as a brand ambassador, social marketing expert, speaker, writer, digital content adviser, and media personality. I focus on special projects, products and services in the areas of food and nutrition and related IT." /> Mary Hartley, RD, MPH Dietitian, Active Health Library, and Nutritionist

Nutrition & Soil Depletion 01/17 by Lillian Brummet | Blog Talk Radio

blogtalkradio.com — “Carolyn Dean is our guest of the day – she's the medical director for the Nutritional Magnesium Association and she's authored and co-authored 27 books on health and nutrition including: The Magnesium Miracle. Carolyn has been motivating people to reach the best health possible for over 30 years – and today we'll be focusing on how modern agriculture has depleted vital nutrients and minerals from the soils… and the crops grown in them are not providing the nutrientView full resource at blogtalkradio.com

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Micronutrients shown to reduce death rate and increase our ability to fight fat.

caltonnutrition.com — “Experts estimate nearly 80 percent of us aren't getting enough magnesium in our diets, but warn agaist taking magnesium and calcium togetherView full resource at caltonnutrition.com

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Food facts, nutritional information, nutrition, healthy eating, diet, food allergies, ingredients - Amy's Organic Shepherd's Pie (8 oz) Food Ingredients, Weight Watchers Points

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Most Recently Shared on September 28, 2012 at 2:27 am By:

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Here's a different organic frozen meal that does not contain controversial ingredients and contains less fat.... http://t.co/Mu9FbYlC

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Calories in Salad | Fitbie

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Most Recently Shared on September 27, 2012 at 10:01 pm By:

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Even the petite portion of this salad is nutritionally worse than a @McDonalds Big Mac (41g of fat!): http://t.co/Pqgvhfpj

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Activities for Family Health and Fitness Day from the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics

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Most Recently Shared on September 27, 2012 at 12:44 pm By:

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The Saturday is Family Health and Fitness Day. Why not take the family for a nice walk or run? http://t.co/uTLGPib0 #eatright

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70 year old twins reveal how they bedded over 355 000 men as prostitutes, but now they suffer arthritis….

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Most Recently Shared on September 25, 2012 at 6:09 pm By:

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70 year old twins reveal how they bedded over 355 000 men as prostitutes, but ... http://t.co/N736i6c5

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I Lost Weight: Kishan Shah Taught Himself About Nutrition And Exercise And Lost 205 Pounds

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Most Recently Shared on September 25, 2012 at 6:01 am By:

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How teaching himself about nutrition and exercise helped Kishan to lose 205 pounds http://t.co/fv3XNf0p

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Kids Eat Right - On a Budget? Save Money with These Tips

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Most Recently Shared on September 24, 2012 at 12:45 pm By:

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Save money at the supermarket while still nourishing your family. http://t.co/axyJ8ktN #mondaymessage

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