Nutrition Training in Medical Schools

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Congress Tackles Nutrition Studies As Medical Tool With ENRICH ACT By Dina Eliash Robinson With a proposed $15 million grant to fund it, the bipartisan “Expanding Nutrition’s Role in Curricula & Healthcare” (ENRICH ACT—H.R. 1411) bill … Read More

Eating Smart!


by Dina Eliash Robinson • Who Needs Fluorides? Keep your teeth cavity-free with organic pomegranate juice. In addition to antioxidants, this exotic fruit also packs polyphenol, mighty killer of the Streptococcus mutans bacteria which is … Read More

Save Water, Health & Time


By Dina Eliash Robinson Water—clean, uncontaminated and fit to drink—is the world’s most precious, and increasingly scarce commodity. As the planet heats up and its population grows, we’re in danger of running out of this … Read More



President Obama’s last State of the Union address included a call to a “moonshot”-like mission to find cures for cancer. He entrusted Vice President Joe Biden—who recently lost his son to cancer—to spearhead the project. … Read More

Foods That Banish The Winter Blues


By Dina Eliash Robinson               If your naturally cheerful disposition slides into depression as soon as daylight hours are shortened by longer nights or darkened by frequently overcast skies, … Read More

Piquant Salmon & Vegetables


Preferably wild-caught salmon with all organic vegetables, herbs, spices and other ingredients. Excellent with organic brown Basmati rice. Yields four portions of salmon and several additional portions of the vegetable mix, which can be incorporated … Read More

Smart Food Shopping

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by Dina Eliash Robinson Part 1 — WHY BOTHER? Why would a society obsessed with youth, beauty and fitness, consume huge quantities of toxic, nutrient-poor foods that hasten aging, spoil looks and promote ill health? … Read More