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Spring Clean Your Diet: Strategies to Address Habits, Not Just Food Choices

From the Show: Eat Right Radio
Summary: With the arrival of spring and shedding winter layers, people are also thinking about ways to shed those extra winter pounds.
Air Date: 4/26/16
Duration: 10
Host: Melanie Cole, MS
Guest Bio: Jennifer McDaniel, MS, RDN
McDaniel Jennifer 0965webJennifer McDaniel is the founder and owner of McDaniel Nutrition Therapy, a nutrition consulting company that specializes in weight management, sports nutrition and corporate wellness. She consults for Carmichael Training Systems, an international endurance sports consulting company, developed by the elite Olympic cyclist, Chris Carmichael. CTS trained several of the cyclists who wore the yellow jersey in the Tour de France.

She was the former undergraduate director and instructor in the department of nutrition and dietetics at Saint Louis University from 2006 to 2011. McDaniel has developed and designed wellness programs for numerous companies in the Saint Louis area and is a professional and engaging speaker who desires to create a sense of motivation for all audiences. Active in several professional organizations, McDaniel is a member of the Academy’s Sports, Cardiovascular and Wellness Nutritionists, Nutrition Entrepreneurs and Nutrition Education for the Public dietetic practice groups. McDaniel earned a bachelor’s degree from the University of Tennessee, Knoxville and a master’s degree in nutrition and physical performance from Saint Louis University, graduating summa cum laude from both universities.
Spring Clean Your Diet: Strategies to Address Habits, Not Just Food Choices
With the arrival of spring and shedding winter layers, people are also thinking about ways to shed those extra winter pounds.

While most people understand the nuts and bolts of a healthy diet, they often don’t take the time to set up the support system to sustain these changes.

Jennifer McDaniel, MS, RDN, addresses both environmental and behavioral influences to ensure that healthy changes stick.

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