It's time for another edition of Smart Nutrition with the Nutrition Diva, Monica Reinagel. If you are looking to improve your eating habits, perhaps the most important first step is to track what you’re eating. If you are tracking what you eat with an app, the New York Times recently featured four apps that do a good job. We’ll talk about those.
A report about one of the most well-known and popular diets out there, the Mediterranean Diet. It appears that a big study that evaluated the Mediterranean Diet was flawed. Also, a new study suggests a link between calcium supplements and colon disease. Lots of folks take calcium supplements. But how big is the upside of doing so?
Finally, we hear about kids experiencing summer slides, losing ground academically when school is out for the summer. For lots of kids, summer is also a time when their nutrition habits slide. Monica has tips about keeping them on track for a healthy hiatus.
Monica Reinagel is a licensed nutritionist and the author of six books who blogs at nutritionovereasy.com. She is also the creator of the weekly Nutrition Diva podcast, which has become one of iTunes' most highly ranked health and fitness podcasts since it debuted in 2008.
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