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Choosing gluten-free food is a lifestyle choice, but there is no evidence that it’s a healthier option for those not suffering from gluten intolerance, say experts.
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Did you know that you can easily make your own jam from fresh seasonal produce and #omega-3 packed #chiaseeds? Berries, peaches, and nectarines are sweet and delicious fruits to make into jams, as featured in this week’s recipe, Nectarine Chia Seed Jam.
http://www.drjanet.com/blog/2014/08/01/on-the-go-breakfast-homemade-fruit-and-chia-seed-jam/
How about starting your day with whole grain toast spread with a super-nutritious homemade jam! Some mornings, you just want to enjoy the simple things in life… such as warm whole grain toast with a spread of sweet fruit jam. Toast and jam can be a quick and easy on-the-go breakfast OR even the ...
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Dr. Janet on the Dr. Mehmet Oz’ talk show discussed the health benefits of eating strawberries. Strawberries are one of the nutritious fruits that help #lowercholesterol . Juicy strawberries are an excellent source of #vitaminC , #antioxidants and #fiber that not only help maintain #healthyskin and hair but also bring #cholesteroldown .

Dr. Janet recommends three cups of #strawberries daily in order to lower your cholesterol the healthy way.
http://www.drjanet.com/blog/2014/04/03/strawberries-lower-cholesterol-dr-janet-on-dr-oz-talk-show/
People suffering from high cholesterol, generally resort to taking medication. However these statin drugs pose harmful risks as they have serious side effects. Instead of taking cholesterol-lowering drugs, Dr. Janet Brill, author of Cholesterol Down: Ten Simple Steps to Lower Your Cholesterol in ...
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#Seafood with high #protein content, low in saturated fat, and high in #omega-3 fatty acids.

The American Heart Association recommends consuming two servings of seafood per week (fish or shellfish, 4 oz/serving), especially seafood higher in omega-3 fatty acids such as #salmon, #tuna (fresh or canned), and mackerel. Omega-3 fatty acids prevent blood clotting, build cell membranes, decrease inflammation, and have been proven to help prevent heart disease.

So make it a goal this week to eat your omega-3 fatty acids from FISH. Start by making a simple #mediterraneandiet -style heart-healthy salmon dish, packed with multiple artery-healing ingredients—Roasted Tomato Pesto Salmon.

Here is the heart-healthy recipe of Roasted Tomato Walnut Pesto Salmon
http://www.drjanet.com/blog/2013/08/19/mediterranean-recipe-of-roasted-tomato-walnut-pesto-salmon/
Can you name that food? Sea food with high protein content, low in saturated fat, and high in omega-3 fatty acids. The American Heart Association recommends consuming two servings of seafood per week (fish or shellfish, 4 oz/serving), especially seafood higher in omega-3 fatty acids such as ...
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Can you name that food?

#Seafood with high #protein content, low in saturated fat, and high in #omega-3 fatty acids.

The American Heart Association recommends consuming two servings of seafood per week (fish or shellfish, 4 oz/serving), especially seafood higher in omega-3 fatty acids such as #salmon, #tuna (fresh or canned), and mackerel. Omega-3 fatty acids prevent blood clotting, build cell membranes, decrease inflammation, and have been proven to help prevent heart disease.

So make it a goal this week to eat your omega-3 fatty acids from FISH. Start by making a simple #mediterraneandiet -style heart-healthy salmon dish, packed with multiple artery-healing ingredients—Roasted Tomato Pesto Salmon.

Here is the heart-healthy recipe of Roasted Tomato Walnut Pesto Salmon
http://www.drjanet.com/blog/2013/08/19/mediterranean-recipe-of-roasted-tomato-walnut-pesto-salmon/
Can you name that food? Sea food with high protein content, low in saturated fat, and high in omega-3 fatty acids. The American Heart Association recommends consuming two servings of seafood per week (fish or shellfish, 4 oz/serving), especially seafood higher in omega-3 fatty acids such as ...
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Did you know that you can easily make your own jam from fresh seasonal produce and #omega-3 packed #chiaseeds? Berries, peaches, and nectarines are sweet and delicious fruits to make into jams, as featured in this week’s recipe, Nectarine Chia Seed Jam.
http://www.drjanet.com/blog/2014/08/01/on-the-go-breakfast-homemade-fruit-and-chia-seed-jam/
How about starting your day with whole grain toast spread with a super-nutritious homemade jam! Some mornings, you just want to enjoy the simple things in life… such as warm whole grain toast with a spread of sweet fruit jam. Toast and jam can be a quick and easy on-the-go breakfast OR even the ...
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Did you know that you can easily make your own jam from fresh seasonal produce and #omega-3 packed #chiaseeds? Berries, peaches, and nectarines are sweet and delicious fruits to make into jams, as featured in this week’s recipe, Nectarine Chia Seed Jam.
http://www.drjanet.com/blog/2014/08/01/on-the-go-breakfast-homemade-fruit-and-chia-seed-jam/
How about starting your day with whole grain toast spread with a super-nutritious homemade jam! Some mornings, you just want to enjoy the simple things in life… such as warm whole grain toast with a spread of sweet fruit jam. Toast and jam can be a quick and easy on-the-go breakfast OR even the ...
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Dr. Janet appeared on Dr. Mehmet Oz’ talk show to discuss the health benefits of eating strawberries. Strawberries are one of the nutritious fruits that help #lowercholesterol. Juicy strawberries are an excellent source of #vitaminC, #antioxidants and #fiber that not only help maintain #healthyskin and hair but also bring #cholesteroldown.

Dr. Janet recommends three cups of #strawberries daily in order to lower your cholesterol the healthy way.
People suffering from high cholesterol, generally resort to taking medication. However these statin drugs pose harmful risks as they have serious side effects. Instead of taking cholesterol-lowering drugs, Dr. Janet Brill, author of Cholesterol Down: Ten Simple Steps to Lower Your Cholesterol in ...
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Can you name that food?

#Seafood with high #protein content, low in saturated fat, and high in #omega-3 fatty acids.

The American Heart Association recommends consuming two servings of seafood per week (fish or shellfish, 4 oz/serving), especially seafood higher in omega-3 fatty acids such as #salmon, #tuna (fresh or canned), and mackerel. Omega-3 fatty acids prevent blood clotting, build cell membranes, decrease inflammation, and have been proven to help prevent heart disease.

So make it a goal this week to eat your omega-3 fatty acids from FISH. Start by making a simple #mediterraneandiet -style heart-healthy salmon dish, packed with multiple artery-healing ingredients—Roasted Tomato Pesto Salmon.

Here is the heart-healthy recipe of Roasted Tomato Walnut Pesto Salmon
http://www.drjanet.com/blog/2013/08/19/mediterranean-recipe-of-roasted-tomato-walnut-pesto-salmon/
Can you name that food? Sea food with high protein content, low in saturated fat, and high in omega-3 fatty acids. The American Heart Association recommends consuming two servings of seafood per week (fish or shellfish, 4 oz/serving), especially seafood higher in omega-3 fatty acids such as ...
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Can you name that food?

#Seafood with high #protein content, low in saturated fat, and high in #omega-3 fatty acids.

The American Heart Association recommends consuming two servings of seafood per week (fish or shellfish, 4 oz/serving), especially seafood higher in omega-3 fatty acids such as #salmon, #tuna (fresh or canned), and mackerel. Omega-3 fatty acids prevent blood clotting, build cell membranes, decrease inflammation, and have been proven to help prevent heart disease.

So make it a goal this week to eat your omega-3 fatty acids from FISH. Start by making a simple #mediterraneandiet -style heart-healthy salmon dish, packed with multiple artery-healing ingredients—Roasted Tomato Pesto Salmon.

Here is the heart-healthy recipe of Roasted Tomato Walnut Pesto Salmon
http://www.drjanet.com/blog/2013/08/19/mediterranean-recipe-of-roasted-tomato-walnut-pesto-salmon/
Can you name that food? Sea food with high protein content, low in saturated fat, and high in omega-3 fatty acids. The American Heart Association recommends consuming two servings of seafood per week (fish or shellfish, 4 oz/serving), especially seafood higher in omega-3 fatty acids such as ...
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Introduction
Dr Janet Bond Brill, Ph D, RD, LDN is a nationally recognized expert in the field of health, wellness and cardiovascular disease prevention and is frequently sought after by the media as a trusted source of nutrition and fitness information.

Janet holds master's degrees in both nutrition and exercise physiology and a doctorate in exercise physiology.

She is a registered dietitian and certified by:
  • American College of Sports Medicine
  • National Strength and Conditioning Association
  • Wellcoaches, Inc.
  • Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, Certified Specialist in Sports Dietetics

Dr. Janet is the author of 3 books, 

  1. Cholesterol Down (2007), 
  2. Prevent a Second Heart Attack (Feb. 2011) and 
  3. Blood Pressure Down (May 2013) 

as well as Nutrition Together (2010), a healthy eating and weight loss program available at all Fitness Together personal training studios, worldwide.

Dr. Janet's books have helped thousands of people create delicious, enjoyable, and heart-healthy food and fitness plans. Each title breaks down nutritional science into easy-to-read guides to lower your cholesterol or prevent a second heart attack-and actually reverse your heart disease.


Bragging rights
Dr. Janet Brill is a gold medal recipient of the 2011 Living Now Book Awards. She is an Award-Winner in the “Health: General” category of the 2011 International Book Awards. Dr. Janet's book was selected as a winner in the USA "Best Books 2011" Awards. She was selected as a winner in the 2011 annual National Health Information Awards.
Education
  • University of Miami
    Biology, 1974 - 1979
  • Florida International University
    Nutrition and dietetics, 1987 - 1991
  • University of Miami
    Exercise Physiology, 1996 - 2001
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Foods High in Omega 3 Fatty Acids May Reduce Risk of ALS | Live in the N...
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Eating a diet high in omega-3 fatty acids has been linked to a reduced risk of ALS.

Is This Scary Additive In Your Kitchen?
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Why a food company has pledged to stop using it

Savory Sweet Potato Fries
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Savory seasonings provide zesty flavor to vibrantly colored, nutrition-rich oven-fried sweet potatoes.

I Can't Believe I Ate the WHOLE Thing! | Dr. Janet
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Whole grains consist of any grain that has retained its starchy endosperm, fiber-rich bran, and its germ after milling. No doubt about it, e

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Low Cholesterol Recipe of Roasted Garlic & Sundried Tomato White Bea...
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Beans, beans, good for the heart (and every other body part)! The most popular beans are: black beans, kidney beans, chickpeas, navy beans,

What to Feed Kids for Breakfast | Healthy Breakfast Recipes | Dr. Janet
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A common complaint from mothers is “my child is such a picky eater; nothing seems to appeal to him or her”. It's not only about the child's

Are Iron Supplements the Kick Your Workout Needs?
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Eating more iron may help you pump more iron: Women who took daily supplements of the mineral were able to exercise harder and with less eff

UK salt reduction effort has lowered blood pressure and saved lives
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Government and industry efforts to slash the level of salt in UK foods has led to a fall in population blood pressure and plummeting rates o

Preventing Heart Disease: Fresh Fruit to the Rescue!
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by Dr. Janet Brill, Registered Dietitian and Cardiovascular Nutritionist Fabulous Figs and Other Fruit for Your Heart: What Eating Fruit Can

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Lowering cholesterol may help fight breast cancer
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Keeping cholesterol in check is one of the well-known keys to cardiovascular health, but new research shows it might also help prevent breas

Fewer than one in 10 Canadians in ideal cardiovascular health
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Fewer than one in 10 adult Canadians is in ideal cardiovascular health, according to the new CANHEART health index developed to measure hear

Meat, smoking have strongest links to cancer incidence rates
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After analyzing data from the WHO and the UN, an international team of researchers have identified smoking and diets high in animal products

Greater dietary fiber intake associated with lower risk of heart disease
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Greater dietary fiber intake is associated with a lower risk of both cardiovascular disease and coronary heart disease.

Should You Tell Your Friends When You're Trying to Lose Weight?
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When sharing your diet goals can help you slim down—and when it’s better to keep it to yourself

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