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Tammy T. Baker M.S.

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Spokesperson

Phone: (312) ***-****  HQ Phone
American Dietetic Association
120 South Riverside Plaza Suite 2000
Chicago , Illinois 60606
United States

Company Description: The Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics (www.eatright.org), formerly the American Dietetic Association, is the world's largest organization of food and nutrition...   more
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Education

  • MS
  • bachelors degree , dietetics and dietetic internship
    Loma Linda University
  • master's degree , nutritional science
    University of Arizona
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Instead, fill your diet with a ...
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Instead, fill your diet with a variety of nutrient-rich meals containing lean protein, whole grains, fresh fruits and vegetables and plenty of low-fat dairy products, says Tammy Baker, M.S., R.D., a Phoenix-based dietitian and spokeswoman for the American Dietetic Association.
Experts advise against going on a diet right after giving birth. "To get your body back, you have to think health first," Baker says. "Your body is working to repair itself."
And try to spread out all those fresh vittles. Eating small, frequent meals throughout the day will keep your blood- sugar levels steady and help prevent you from overeating, Baker says.
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Filling a holiday basket with all different kinds of potatoes, low-fat recipes and toppings, such as butter and salt substitutes, is a favorite suggestion of Tammy Baker, a registered dietician and spokeswoman for the American Dietetic Association.
To help alleviate fears of contamination, which Baker says is the public's No. 1 concern about food, buy a neighbor a meat thermometer, cutting board and a colorful soap dispenser for her kitchen.
"I don't necessarily shop for what we typically think of as healthy gifts. I just try to think about what that person would really appreciate, and most of the time I find the gift is something that benefits their health in one way or another," Baker said.
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But Tammy Baker, M.S., R.D., a spokesperson for the American Dietetic Association, doesnt agree. Food contains water, yes, she said.
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Heres how Baker calculates the bodys total water requirement: Every 15 calories consumed requires a tablespoon of water to metabolize. The average Americans diet is 2,000 calories a day, so he or she needs 133 tablespoons of water. Two tablespoons make one fluid ounce, so it would take 62.5 ounces, a little less than eight 8-ounce glasses, to provide that much.
Exactly how much water you should drink depends on the weather and how active you are, Baker said. She agrees that other fluids such as juices and milk can contribute to the water requirement.
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Baker and the ADA say 64 ounces is about right, and they recommend taking water breaks frequently during the day, carrying a bottle of water along in the car or on a plane, and having a glass of water, tea or juice with every meal.
How can you tell if youre walking around dehydrated, as the bottled water industry and some diet experts say most of us are? Theres a simple way to check, and Rolls, Baker and virtually every authority agree on it.
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However, Baker warned, taking large quantities of water-soluble B vitamins, much more than the recommended daily allowance, can produce the same effect.
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But Tammy Baker, M.S., R.D., a spokesperson for the American Dietetic Association, doesnt agree. Food contains water, yes, she said.
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Filling a holiday basket with all different kinds of potatoes, low-fat recipes and toppings, such as butter and salt substitutes, is a favorite suggestion of Tammy Baker, a registered dietician and spokeswoman for the American Dietetic Association.
To help alleviate fears of contamination, which Baker says is the public's No. 1 concern about food, buy a neighbor a meat thermometer, cutting board and a colorful soap dispenser for her kitchen.
"I don't necessarily shop for what we typically think of as healthy gifts. I just try to think about what that person would really appreciate, and most of the time I find the gift is something that benefits their health in one way or another," Baker said.
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