Suzanne Havala Hobbs
Havala Hobbs, DrPH, MS, RD is a nationally recognized author
on issues relating to food, nutrition and health policy. Among
the topics addressed in her column are meal planning and cooking
tips, food trends and federal policies on dietary guidance
and food safety. She is a licensed, registered dietitian and
a clinical associate professor in the Department of Health
Policy and Management, Gillings School of Global Public Health,
The University of North Carolina
at Chapel Hill.
has been quoted in Parade, SELF Magazine, Shape, Vegetarian
Times, The New York Times, Runner's World, New Woman, YM,
Omni, Sassy, and Harper's Bazaar and in appearances
on Good Morning America, Weekend Today in New York
and the Susan Powter Show.
She is the
author of Get the Trans Fat Out: 601 Simple Ways to Cut
the Trans Fat Out of Any Diet, Being Vegetarian for Dummies,
Vegetarian Cooking for Dummies, The Natural Kitchen, The Complete
Idiot's Guide to Being Vegetarian (First Edition), Good Foods,
Bad Foods: What's Left to Eat?, The Vegetarian Food Guide
and Nutrition Counter, Shopping for Health: A Nutritionist's
Aisle-by-Aisle Guide to Smart, Low-fat Choices at the Supermarket,
Being Vegetarian, and Simple, Lowfat & Vegetarian.
She is a contributing writer for Bottom Line/Personal
and nutrition editor for Vegetarian Journal. She
has been a regular contributor to SELF Magazine and
serves on the editorial advisory board of Vegetarian Times.
a member of the American Public Health Association, American
Dietetic Association, National Association of Science Writers,
Association of Health Care Journalists, Association of Food
Journalists and the American Society of
Journalists and Authors.
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