Warshaw’s April Washington Post Nutrition Q&A: Is it possible to follow a paleo vegetarian eating plan?Submitted by hopew on Tue, 04/01/2014 - 00:00
Warshaw’s April Washington Post Nutrition Q&A column focused on the whether following a paleo vegetarian eating plan is within the realm of possibility. Conclusion? Not easily. These diets have extremely different foci – one excluding meat and other animal-based protein foods. The other? Plenty of animal based protein sources with the exclusion of grains and legumes.
In a March online article on USA Today Warshaw weighed in on Burger King’s move to offer Satisfried, a new lower-calorie French fries, on their children’s menu. She applauded the efforts large chain restaurants are making to provide a few healthier, well liked options.
The spring 2014 issue of Diabetic Living contained two articles written by Warshaw. The first, Should You Go Vegetarian? , covered the types of vegetarianism and the latest research on how being vegetarian, whichever form, can reduce the risk of several chronic diseases and promote better health.
Warshaw’s February Washington Post Nutrition Q&A: Are Meat Nutrition Labels Based on Raw or Cooked Weight?Submitted by hopew on Tue, 02/04/2014 - 01:00
Warshaw’s February Washington Post Nutrition Q&A clarified confusion on the nutrition facts labels posted on meats in the supermarket and offered advice about how to estimate the cooked weights of meats.
In January, Warshaw was asked to post a guest blogon My Glu to answer questions about the challenges of balancing healthy eating and the goals of managing diabetes. Warshaw guided readers about how to initiate changes in eating habits and uncover the truth about fad diets.
Warshaw’s January Washington Post Nutrition Q&A column responded to a reader's dilemma regarding her New Year's resolution to "lose that "last 20 pounds for good." Her first challenge? Zero in on a lower calorie breakfast without having to succumb to unhealthy conveniently packaged frozen breakfast sandwiches.
Warshaw was quoted in the article Feeling Blue About World Diabetes Day on the website Insulin Nation. Warshaw discussed the public perception of diabetes as a "ho-hum disease" and the importance of sounding the alarm to act now to reduce the risks and health implications of diabetes.
Warshaw cautions restaurant diners to eat their vegetables pristine vs. puddled in fat USA Today article Vegetables Shift to Center of the PlateSubmitted by hopew on Mon, 11/11/2013 - 01:00
Warshaw was quoted in the USA Today article Vegetables Shift to the Center of the Plate which delved into the restaurant industrys' response to the pressure to serve more