ABOUT AMY HENDEL
Amy Hendel is a popular and recognizable medical and lifestyle reporter, nutritionist, Health Coach, health host, brand ambassador and health media consultant. She is author of The 4 Habits of Healthy Families and Fat Families Thin Families. She can be seen hosting What's for Lunch, Food Rescue, and Simple Smoothies online, and as a guest expert on shows that include Today, The Early Show, Marie, Access Hollywood Live, The 700 Club, and other news and talk shows nationwide. Amy has helped to frame a number of health campaigns, hosting for companies including Kraft, Nutrilite, Dial, 3M, Pfizer, NBC, Florida Orange Juice, and United Soybean Board.
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October 18, 2014 - Today's News - Mediterranean diet may reverse metabolic syndrome, but not prevent it.....Question - does a "history of safe consumption" mean that those foods are really safe?.....Chemical in broccoli (and certain other vegetables) may improve autism symptoms in certain patients......Women more likely to develop anxiety and depression after a heart attack........Asbestos presence may be more widespread than previously thought....Energy drinks - are they a public health danger?.......Omega-3s may be able to help kids with ADD....The season you are born in may affect your mood later in life - study....Depression and aging are linked to increased disease risk - study explains the "why".....San Francisco study associated regular consumption of soda with cell aging....Weekend News - A low vitamin D level can increase risk of poor brain function, after a heart attack....Kids may be getting fat because of family table dynamics - meal should last at least 20 minutes and not have "negativity".....
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