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Jo-Ann Heslin, MA, RD, CDN
Karen J. Nolan, PhD
 

Nutrition information you can use right now. We know that you are more interested in what to eat for lunch than understanding how your metabolism works. Jo-Ann Heslin, a registered dietitian (RD) and certified dietitian/nutritionist (CDN), and Karen J. Nolan (PhD) have spent their careers translating nutrition science into practical, easy to understand, reliable eating advice. Diet Spotlight named TheNutritionExperts.com as one of the Top 10 Nutritionist Blogs In The Nation for 2017-2018.

They have served as advisors and consultants to business and industry and as partners in NRH Nutrition Consultants, Inc. The Experts have written 29 consumer nutrition books and two college textbooks. They have headed research studies and are frequently quoted in the media. Jo-Ann Heslin has served on the editorial boards of Prevention, American Baby, Childbirth Education, Environmental Nutrition Newsletter and the Journal of Nutrition for the Elderly.  She is currently the Food & Nutrition Columnist for www.HealthNewsDigest.com.

Today with sales of over 8 million books, Jo-Ann Heslin and Karen Nolan have recently turned six of their most popular nutrition counter books into eBooks available on iTunes and Kindles. Take a look at these as well as our popular books in print.

Information about food choices can be confusing because nutrition science is constantly evolving. We’ll help you to translate this information into good advice you can use right now. When you read posts on this site, we want you to feel like you’re having lunch with an old friend – not threatened or intimidated into making changes, but encouraged and supported toward a healthier lifestyle.

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Nancy September 14, 2019 at 3:57 pm

I’ve recently purchased The Ultimate Carbohydrate Counter. I was hoping it would be an easy reference in finding accurate Carbohydrates for any food. Well, I have tried and tried to use this book and can’t seem to find any semblance or order in your book. I look up pears under fruit, fresh fruit, canned fruit, mixed fruit and it’s just not to be found. ANYTHING I look up in not in any sort of alphabetical order or food group. I’m very disappointed I spent money on this book and hope you can send me an explanation on “How to Use The Ultimate Carbohydrate Counter. It’s just no a good reference. I was going to sign up via Facebook but I really don’t want to give you bad comments about your books. Please answer this message. Thanks.

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Jo-Ann Heslin, MA, RD, CDN September 16, 2019 at 8:48 pm

Sorry to hear that your are frustrated, let’s see if I can help. Have you looked at Using Your Ultimate Carbohydrate Counter (page 46) which gives you a blueprint on the organization for the book. For each category nonbranded (generic) foods are listed first, followed by brand names. If the category is large enough the groups may be subdivided by canned, fresh, frozen and ready-to-eat. Using the example you gave, Pear would have its own category (pages 316-317) subdivided into canned, dried and fresh. The Fruit Mixed category (page 227-228) is meant for fruit items containing more than one fruit. At the top of the category it provides a footnote (see also individual names). In Part Two of the book you will find restaurant chains listed in alphabetical order. Hope this provides some assistance in navigation. If you need further help, just let me know. Jo-Ann Heslin, MA, RD, CDN

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