Nutrition Consultant, Author, Speaker
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Creating an approach to food that works for you -
Diets aren’t the answer. There is no one right way to eat.
Figuring out what to eat and how to navigate our incredibly abundant food supply is challenging for most people. More information doesn’t seem to be the answer. Maybe it is time to …
Celebrating Food’s Rightful Place in Our Lives
Food matters. Food impacts us on many levels: physically, physiologically, mentally, emotionally, culturally and socially. When your business is about food it is important to understand food in the fullest sense.
The science of nutrition is not …
Translating nutrition science into the art of eating well
Nutrition science is a young and dynamic discipline. New information is available everywhere, but often without a sense of what it means and how to use it effectively. Too often nutrition news is translated into sound bites instead of …
Applying Food and Nutrition Science in Family Law -
Bonnie Modugno, MS, RD, is a registered dietitian providing expert witness research and testimony in child support cases since 1998. Bonnie is the owner of More Than Food, Inc, a food and nutrition consultation business and Nutrition Works, a …
Researchers studied a population of 28,965 predominantly white women and looked at the risk of developing cancer using body mass index scores (BMI) and waist circumference data and concluded that body shape assessment added no added diagnostic benefit compared to BMI scores. For years research has linked body shape to increased risk of all manner of metabolic disease: heart disease, diabetes, even cancer. This is why most people have heard the line about an apple shape being more problematic than a pear shape. But researchers led by Mia Gaudet, PhD analyzed data from women participating in the Cancer Prevention Study II suggest that assessing body shape doesn't help. They assert that BMI--a simple calculation relating weight to height-- is the risk factor that matters most. I'm not …