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Pamela A. Williams, MPH, R.D.

is a dietitian in Southern California.

He’s Changing Me

Changing Me

I enjoy going to church. Greeting people from week to week and exchanging hugs and words warms my heart. Singing songs about Jesus and blending with dozens …

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Skin Care

Most people don’t think of skin as an organ but is considered to be the largest organ in our body. Quite a bit of money …

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Rejection

Growing up I was teased by my classmates. I was teased for being tall and thin. I was teased because my mom gave us healthy …

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Trans Fat

Have you ever noticed how the words, “0 grams Trans Fat,” mysteriously appeared on several packaged foods? The term showed up on the front in …

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Probiotics

Sometimes, when we hear of bacteria, we automatically classify them as bad. After all, bacteria is the culprit in spoiling foods or making water bad …

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Allergies on the Rise

Lately, it seems that there are more conversations about food allergies. In my own household, we have a milk and related product allergies, and wheat …

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Your Amazing Genes

How is it that two children from one family eat the same food and have similar lifestyles and later on one suffers from diabetes and …

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Veggies That Kids Like

One of the toughest moments in parenting is getting kids to eat vegetables. I have witnessed so many stories.  I’ve seen children cry just because …

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Understanding ADHD

ADHD or Attention Deficit/Hypersensitivity Disorder is a relatively new diagnosis that caught our attention in the middle to latter part of the twentieth century. People …

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