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NutritionBabes quoted in "Benefits of Twitter Chats" in Today's Dietitian Magazine http://viewer.zmags.com/publication/b08194ee#/b08194ee/8

NutritionBabes quoted in "Benefits of Twitter Chats" in Today's Dietitian Magazine http://viewer.zmags.com/publication/b08194ee#/b08194ee/8

Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Print E-mailI just conducted a workshop at Today’s Dietitian Spring Symposium in Orlando and wanted to share some of the information and inspiration with those of you who could not be there in person! Traditional media opportunities are shrinking while digital alternatives are expanding. Videos and podcasting are two strategic options to …

Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Print E-mailI just conducted a workshop at Today’s Dietitian Spring Symposium in Orlando and wanted to share some of the information and inspiration with those of you who could not be there in person! Traditional media opportunities are shrinking while digital alternatives are expanding. Videos and podcasting are two strategic options to …

The rest of the interview [in Playboy] degrades her even further, asking her questions about her parents’ reaction to the news that she has sex for money and constantly referring to the “facials” she receives in many of her pornos. Knox’s quest to put a positive, feminist spin on her work is failing. In most adult films, women are depicted as objects who are there to please the man in whatever way he might choose.

The rest of the interview [in Playboy] degrades her even further, asking her questions about her parents’ reaction to the news that she has sex for money and constantly referring to the “facials” she receives in many of her pornos. Knox’s quest to put a positive, feminist spin on her work is failing. In most adult films, women are depicted as objects who are there to please the man in whatever way he might choose.

Rhonda Kane, Registered Dietitian “Restaurants would be expected to adhere to the same gluten-free standard established by FDA as packaged foods.” As of now, one of the criteria for FDA’s proposed gluten-free standard is that a food, whose labeling is regulated by FDA, cannot contain 20 parts per million or more gluten, regardless of its source, which includes the presence of gluten due to cross-contact situations. Harris Whole Health interview w/ Rhonda Kane & Jules Shepard

Rhonda Kane, Registered Dietitian “Restaurants would be expected to adhere to the same gluten-free standard established by FDA as packaged foods.” As of now, one of the criteria for FDA’s proposed gluten-free standard is that a food, whose labeling is regulated by FDA, cannot contain 20 parts per million or more gluten, regardless of its source, which includes the presence of gluten due to cross-contact situations. Harris Whole Health interview w/ Rhonda Kane & Jules Shepard

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