“It’s never too late to eat well, move well and be well. And it doesn’t have to be hard, either. Too many people think it’s “too hard, or too expensive, or too time-consuming, or too late” but it isn’t! Small steps toward food and fitness can reap big rewards. People over 50 are interested in nutrition and health but they don’t know where to get credible, common sense information – that’s why this book was born!” – Dr. Chris Rosenbloom
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Dr. Chris Rosenbloom wanted to be a dietitian since she was a teenager. Her high school year book picture has “future dietitian” under it. Today, she has over 40 years’ experience in nutrition, is a registered dietitian nutritionist and nutrition professor emeriti at Georgia State University in Atlanta. She recently released her first consumer book, Food & Fitness After 50, which she co-authored with Bob Murray, PhD, FACSM and was published by the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. Chris runs a small business, Chris Rosenbloom Food & Nutrition Services LLC, to provide nutrition consultation to food and nutrition marketing firms, food companies, and professional organizations.
Here are the resources we mentioned on the show:
- Chris Rosenbloom’s website, Fit to Eat Blog, and Food & Fitness After 50 book
- Watch the book trailer
- Chris on Twitter, Instagram and LinkedIn
- Previous Sound Bites podcast episodes focusing on protein:
- Melissa’s Do M.O.R.E. with Dinner blog posts and podcast episodes
- “What to EAT” notepad that Melissa uses every week
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Music by Dave Birk