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Nutrition News@NU

  • Tips to a Healthy Diet -- Sept. 2011
    Tips for students from Sabrina Noel Feldeisen, Registered Dietician, research assistant professor, Bouve College of Health Sciences.
  • How to Eat Healthy Around the Holidays -- Nov. 2011
    Katherine Tucker, Chair, Dept. of Health Sciences, Bouve College of Health Sciences
  • Healthy Eating through Cultural Discovery Dec. 2011
  • An Apple a Day Keeps the Orthopedist Away
    Calcium and vitamin D aren't the only nutrients important to bone health. Health sciences professor and chair Katherine Tucker has shown that protein, magnesium, potassium and and antioxidants are all important

  • 3Qs Health in America
    Katherine Tucker, pro­fessor of nutri­tional epi­demi­ology in the depart­ment of Health Sci­ences and coau­thor of a new text­book on nutri­tion and dis­ease, says that fol­lowing a healthy diet could pre­vent dia­betes, heart dis­ease, and many forms of cancer.
  • Comprehensive Study of Puerto Rican Health
    The Puerto Rican population is the largest Latino group in the northeastern United States, but data about health disparities is largely focused on Mexican Americans, according to Katherine Tucker, whose Puerto Rican Health Study is the longest, most comprehensive study of its kind for the Puerto Rican population.
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    Forty-​​​​two per­cent of the Amer­ican pop­u­la­tion will be obese by 2030, according to a new report in the Amer­ican Journal of Pre­ven­tive Med­i­cine.

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