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Episode 41

If you ever make a trip to the grocery store to pick up a bottle of olive oil lately, you know how confusing it can be. Dr. Roger Clemens, spokesperson for the Institute of Food Technologists' and professor at the USC School of Pharmacy, explain what those olive oil terms really mean, and what you should put your money on.

For more information, visit http://pharmacyschool.usc.edu/

Roger Clemens, DrPH
Episode 40

Animal FactoryMany of us are paying more attention on where our fruits and veggies come

David Kirby
Episode 39

The best part of summer is the tasting the abundance of sweet and juicy fruit.  But sometimes, sour can be good too! Welcome to the Nutrition Tidbits podcast. Leslie Bonci is here to talk about sour cherries, or tart cherries.  She is the director of sports nutrition for the Center for Sports Medicine at the UPMC University of Pittsburgh Medical Centre.

For more information, visit: http://www.choosecherries.com/

Leslie Bonci, RD, MPH, LDN
Episode 38

101 Optimal Life FoodsWhat's the month of February without the well-

David Grotto, RD, LDN
Episode 37

The end of overeatingIf you are like most people, the month of January finds y

David A. Kessler, MD
Episode 36

Making Weight Control Second NatureYou or someone

Susan Burke March, MS, RD
Episode 35

Gluten-Free Diet: A Comprehensive Resource GuideTher

Shelley Case, RD
Episode 34

The Secret to SkinnyPeople often think that they must have eaten too much food o

Tammy Lakatos Shames, RD
Episode 33

Expect The BestThe million dollar question for many parents dealing with back-to-schoo

Elizabeth Ward, MS, RD
Episode 32

What's Your Diet Type?With so many different diets and weight-loss regimes out there,

Heather K. Jones, RD

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