Quotes & Articles

Warshaw’s May Washington Post Nutrition Q&A: Bridging the Breakfast Lunch Gap

Warshaw’s May Washington Post Nutrition Q&A gave guidance and tactics to answer the common dilemma of how to balance breakfast, lunch and mid-meal hunger while achieving and maintaining a healthy weight.

Warshaw Sites Nine Ways to Improve Childhood Nutrition in Restaurant Dining in Washington Post

In a  To Your Health Washington Post blog , Warshaw offers up  nine strategies to help parents use restaurant meals as  teachable moments to educate their children about healthier eating out now and throughout their lives.

Warshaw Writes article in Summer Issue of Diabetic Living: Destination: Better Diabetes Care

In the summer 2014 issue of Diabetic Living, Warshaw authors the spotlight piece in honor of the magazine’s 10th anniversary to reflect upon key advances in diabetes research and care over the past decade. Warshaw then looks at what the future holds with several key players in the diabetes community.  

Warshaw Weighs in on What Makes New Diabetes Software Successful

With lots of blood glucose meter systems currently available and others with more bells and whistles trying gain regulatory approval to enter the maket, Warshaw provided four important factors she believes are necessary for building successful diabetes software programs. In this interview on the My Dario blog, Warshaw discusses the crucial nature of connecting PWD through the Diabetes Online Community as part a successful software product. 

Warshaw Talks Diabetes Management Beyond Blood Glucose Control in Today’s Dietitian

The June issue of Today’s Dietitian features an article titled Foods and Beverages for Heart Health: Managing Diabetes  Isn’t Just About Blood Glucose Control.” Warshaw is quoted about the importance of using technology to look beyond blood glucose numbers in order to assess diabetes management.  

Warshaw’s April Washington Post Nutrition Q&A: Is it possible to follow a paleo vegetarian eating plan?

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.

Warshaw Applauds Efforts of Fast Food Companies To Provide Healthier Options in USA Today Article

In a March online article on USA Today Warshaw weighed in on Burger Kings move to offer Satisfried, a new lower-calorie French fries, on their childrens menu.  She applauded the efforts large chain restaurants are making to  provide a few healthier, well liked options.

Warshaw’s March Washington Post Nutrition Q&A: 8 Ways to Celebrate National Nutrition Month

Warshaws March Washington Post Nutrition Q&A divulged the secret weapons of healthy eating from eight metro-based registered

Warshaw Writes Two Articles in the Spring 2014 Issue of Diabetic Living

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?

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.