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Airtalk with Larry Mantle,
nosh and thirst quenchers biggest news in 2015-2020 Dietary Guidelines.” 1/7/16.
Guest Joy Dubost talks about the new dietary guidelines.
Soundcloud.com, Really Truly Fit with Jim White, Episode Titled “Cheers for Beers,” 03/14/16. Jim and Jess discuss all things related to beer with their special guest Joy Dubost – Registered Dietitian, Food Scientist, and beer connoisseur.
RadioMD Podcast, “Low-Calorie Drinking for
Holiday Parties” 12/14/14. As the holidays approach, parties become
numerous, as does the challenge of keeping your commitment to healthful
eating and drinking. Festive drinks are as much a part of holiday fun and tradition as the delicious food, but the calories add up fast. These healthy tips from registered dietitian, Joy Dubost, will allow you to enjoy the holiday cheer without weighing you down or increasing the numbers on the scale.
Morning Edition from NPR News: The Salt, NPR’s Food Blog, “Low And Slow May Be The Way To Go When It Comes To Dieting.” 9/10/12. Dr. Dubost discusses low-glycemic diets.
Jon Grayson’s Restaurant Tuesday. Science of Food, “Antioxidants,” with guest, Joy Dubost. 2011.
Kojo Nnamdi Show – “Living Vegan”, 6/15/2011. Dr. Dubost discusses the health benefits of following a vegan diet as well factors to consider while following a vegan diet.
TV and Video Appearances
NBC 4, Washington, DC: Tips on Foods That Boost Your Immune System
Coffee Can Reduce Heart Disease Risk, Research Suggests
Dietician Shares Tips on Getting Kids in the Kitchen During National Family Meals Month
Italian Study Has Good News About Pasta
Reducing Carcinogens While Grilling
How to Keep Food Safe When Planning Your Picnic
Detox Diets, Risks & Rewards
Your Dining Out Cheat Sheet
FDA Making Changes To Food Nutrition Labels
Why You Should Cut Back on Salt
Diet Debate – The Raw Food Detox
Intermittent Fasting Could Lead To Bad Habits
FDA To Change Nutritional Labels
Probiotics Primer – The Scoop On Good Bacteria
Menu Labeling at Restaurants
NYC Proposes Ban on Large Sodas at Restaurants
Staying Healthy While Eating Out