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The Nutrition Diva's Quick and Dirty Tips for Eating Well and Feeling Fabulous: Episodes

Melatonin is available over the counter as a nutritional supplement. Can taking melatonin help with insomnia or jet lag? Nutrition Diva reviews the evidence. Read the transcript: http://bit.ly/1uodwdS
Even if you broke last year's (or every year's) resolution, this year can be different. Send your questions to nutrition@quickanddirtytips.com. Like what you hear? Help us out by writing a review at iTunes! Visit the website: http://bit.ly/15umWPb
Everybody's raving about "bone broth" as the new miracle health elixir. What's actually in bone broth and what can it do for you? Nutrition Diva investigates the science behind the fad. Visit the website: http://bit.ly/14qraXa
Can eating the right foods really shrink your tummy? Learn the truth about "flat-belly" foods and diets. Visit the website: http://bit.ly/1wlDzTu
Just in time for your New Year's Resolution, here's a round up of my best tips from 2014. Read the transcript: http://bit.ly/1s2Mqgo
How many hours go by between your first bite of the day and your last? If it's more than 12, you may be storing extra fat. Nutrition Diva explains how to use your watch to lose weight (without eating less). Read the transcript: http://bit.ly/1z4DRPz
There's nothing worse than waking up with that little tickle in your throat that signals an impending cold. Can zinc lozenges or sprays help fend off a virus? Nutrition Diva investigates. Read the transcript: http://bit.ly/1zGh7rH
How does soy affect estrogen levels? Is it safe to let your kids drink soymilk? Nutrition Diva looks at the competing claims and misinformation about soy's effects on children's development. Visit the website: http://bit.ly/1w481Xv
Thanksgiving is not a day to diet, but with a few tricks up your sleeve, you can avoid ending up as stuffed as the turkey. Nutrition Diva explains.
Instead of hype and hyperbole, these 5 books (hand selected by Nutrition Diva) serve up a heaping helping of common sense and sanity. Visit the website: http://bit.ly/1vwAftL
We hear a lot about the dangers of "processed" foods these days. But some kinds of processing can make food better for you. Nutrition Diva explains how to tell the good guys from the bad guys. Visit the website: http://bit.ly/1sDQnlw
Whole wheat pasta is higher in fiber and easier on the blood sugar. But regular pasta just tastes better. Here's a simple trick that lets you have it both ways. Visit the website: http://bit.ly/1xi2QD3
Why you don't have to jump rope for 45 minutes every time you eat pizza. Read the transcript: http://bit.ly/1wDSpH8
Some claim that we are eating twice as much protein as we should but the facts seem to say otherwise. Nutrition Diva gets to the bottom of the controversy. Read the transcript: http://bit.ly/1t8wTua
Everyone should (and probably does) have a few vegan recipes in their repertoire. Here are some easy ways to serve dinner to a vegan guest. Read the transcript: http://bit.ly/1xYOaWz
10 easy ways to improve your nutrition without trying too hard. Read the transcript: http://bit.ly/Zokiqc
New research may finally explain how zero-calorie sweeteners could cause you to gain weight. Read the transcript: http://bit.ly/1vL1Eon
Cutting down on grains is a good way to improve your nutrition. But what should you eat instead? Visit the website: http://bit.ly/1qDq3GF
There's still room for improvement, but there are some encouraging trends to report. Nutrition Diva takes a closer look. Read the transcript: http://bit.ly/1vu2Dcn
Since the Nutrition Diva podcast debuted in 2008, new research has challenged a lot of the conventional wisdom on nutrition. How have my eating habits evolved over the past 6 years? Read the transcript: http://bit.ly/YMRS9a
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