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Answer from: Kathleen Zelman, R.D., nutrition expert Eliminating certain foods and beverages from your diet may provide relief from aci...
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Kathleen M. Zelman, MPH, RD, LD
Director of Nutrition, WebMD Health, WebMD Weight Loss Clinic
Kathleen Zelman, MPH, RD, LD, oversees diet, nutrition, and food content for both WebMD and the Weight Loss Clinic.
Among other duties, Kathleen serves as senior nutrition correspondent, writes weekly features, columns, newsletters, provides expert editorial review of diet and nutrition articles, and covers national meetings.
has extensive media experience, including co-hosting a weekly radio program, 12 years as a national spokeswoman for the American Dietetic Association
, and numerous print and television appearances, including CNN
, Good Morning America
, NBC Nightly News
, The Wall Street Journal
, and The New York Times
In 2007, Kathleen
was awarded the prestigious American Dietetic Association
Award" for her
contribution and commitment to educating consumers about food and nutrition issues through the media.
is a contributing writer for newspapers, magazines, and books, including Paul Prudhomme's A Fork in the Road, Healthy Eating for Babies and Toddlers, and A Harvest of Healing Foods.
Kathleen has been a dietetic internship director at Ochsner Medical Institutions and assistant professor of nutrition at St. Mary's Dominican College, both in New Orleans.
has extensive experience working with children and weight management clients, chefs, and restaurants in analysis and development of healthy recipes.
Active in local, state, and national dietetic associations, Kathleen served as a trustee of the Georgia Dietetic Foundation and is in her second term as the Georgia delegate to the American Dietetic Association.
She received her master's degree in public health from Tulane University and her bachelor of science from Montclair State University.
"Maintaining adequate calcium and vitamin ...
"Maintaining adequate calcium and vitamin D intake during childhood and adolescence is necessary for the development of peak bone mass, which may be important in reducing the risk of fractures and osteoporosis later in life," notes Kathleen Zelman, MPH, RD/LD.
Studies also show that adults are not leading by example, as many Americans are not meeting the recommendations for vitamin D. Teenage girls and adult women are especially likely to have inadequate vitamin D intakes.
"Because of the influence of the family's diet on the diet of children and adolescents, adequate calcium and vitamin D intake by all members of the family is very important in ensuring long-term bone health," added Zelman
"A well-rounded diet including low-fat dairy products, whole grains, beans, lean protein (meat, fish, poultry), healthy fats, fruits and vegetables, along with regular physical activity are important to achieving good health and strong bones and teeth," said Zelman
About Kathleen Zelman
Kathleen Zelman, MPH, RD/LD, is a prominent registered dietitian, author and educator.
nutrition expertise is backed with years of professional experience as a clinical dietitian and spokesperson for the American Dietetic Association
She is a contributing writer to newspapers, magazines and Web sites.
books include A Harvest of Healing Foods: Recipes and Remedies for the Mind, Body and Soul and Healthy Eating for Babies and Toddlers.
HoustonChronicle.com - McDonald's to fry its foods in healthier oil
"They're still french fries, and they're still high in fat," said Kathleen Zelman, a registered dietitian and spokeswoman for the American Dietetic Association."But if people are going to eat them anyway, we can at least reduce the saturates, which are artery-clogging."
The Oak Brook, Ill.-based company says the new oil will halve the trans-fatty acid levels in its french fries while increasing the amount of the more beneficial polyunsaturated fat.
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Kathleen Zelman is a nationally-known nutrition correspondent, editor, and contributing writer of diet and nutrition articles.
She currently serves as director-at-large on the American Dietetic Association (ADA) Board of Directors, and received the prestigious ADA "Media Excellence Award" for her contribution and commitment to educating consumers about food and nutrition issues through the media.