8 Healthy Meal Hacks to Steal From Dietitians

The Food Network's Amy Gorin says in this Healthy Eats blog, "I love a nutritious meal, but I’ll be the first to admit that I’m all about the shortcuts that make healthy cooking easy and fast! I was curious about what hacks my dietitian colleagues use in the kitchen, so I asked them for their best." Hope's contribution: “Chop and sauté a large batch of onions, peppers, mushrooms, and fresh spinach.

A Guide to Healthy Eating in Restaurants

Hope wrote this guest blog for Christel Oerum's TheFitBlog with helpful tips on healthy restaurant eating.  Read here ...

What metrics should be considered beyond HbA1c to best measure diabetes outcomes?

Hope writes the "counter" on this point/counter point article in Healio Endocrine Today on the topic surrounding the continued utility of using the HbA1c test to measure the efficacy of glucose lowering medications as well as diabetes care outcomes (free registration to login). 

How a Professional Eater Made Some Changes

Hope is quoted in this  Cincinnati Enquirer article by Polly Campbell, the Enquirer's restaurant critic and food writer. Polly writes about how she is dealing with her new diagnosis of type 2 diabetes. Read more ...

AADE president outlines challenges, strategies for promoting diabetes education

In this 5 minute video exclusive, Endocrine Today Diabetes in Real Life columnist Susan Weiner, MS, RDN, CDE, CDN, speaks with Hope about the challenges facing diabetes educators today and AADE’s 3-year strategic plan for addressing those challenges. 

What You Should Know About Diabetes Educators: AADE President Hope Warshaw

Diabetes ConnectionsDiabetes Connections' Stacey Simms talks with Hope in this wide-ranging 1-hour audio interview about Certified Diabetes Educators (CDE), the help they provide and how to get the most out your relationship with one.

Book Review: Diabetes Meal Planning Made Easy

In this review of Diabetes Meal Planning Made Easy published by Nutrition 411, Alex Lewis, RD, LD says "Anyone with diabetes, anyone who supports a loved one with diabetes, or any health professional who treats patients with diabetes will benefit from reading and utilizing this book as a go-to resource."

Book Review: Eat Out Eat Well

On Nutrition 411 Alex Lewis, RD, LD reviews Hope's book, Eat Out, Eat Well: The Guide to Healthy Eating in Any Restaurant

Interview on Low Calorie Sweeteners

Medscape's Mark Harmel, MPH, CDE states, "The current dietary guidelines highlight the fact that there is too much added sugars in our food, and statistics show that Americans are consuming too much added sugars.

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