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Report urges FDA to force salt rollback

...decrease in salt intake is probably the most practical way to go," agreed Tufts University nutrition scientist Alice Lichtenstein, an American Heart Association spokeswoman. "If they become mandatory, then I think we will see change."

http://chronicle.augusta.com/life/food/2010-04-20/report-urges-fda-force-salt-ro
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Study over health benefits of farm-raised fish raises new conundrum

...who ate the salmon fed with pure fish oil. "If we are what we eat, then salmon are also what they eat," said Alice Lichtenstein, a nutrition science professor at Tufts University in Boston who was not involved in the study. "This shows there...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2004/09/03/liv_427411.shtml
Life & style
FDA to decide what's really a low-carb food

...swarmed back to foods they'd long avoided regained pounds. "We're almost seeing the same trend," says Dr. Alice Lichtenstein, a nutrition specialist at Tufts University. With low-carb diets, "it used to be you couldn't eat pasta...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2004/03/16/liv_408904.shtml
Life & style
Grain diversity is gaining in popularity

...day have put a spotlight on wheat, but exposure to barley, brown rice and other options has also grown, said Alice Lichtenstein, chair of the nutrition committee at the American Heart Association. According to the marketing information company...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2006/06/22/liv_86192.shtml
Life & style
Teachers use yo-yos to show correct food portions

...Comparisons to everyday objects should help drive the point home better than referring to a "serving," said Alice Lichtenstein, a professor of nutrition at Tufts University. "I think people will be really shocked when they see this because...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2006/04/18/liv_77872.shtml
Life & style
FDA to decide what counts as low-carb heady

...who swarmed back to foods they had avoided regained pounds. "We're almost seeing the same trend," says Dr. Alice Lichtenstein, a nutrition specialist at Tufts University. "Low-carb" or "reduced-carb" aren't allowed on food labels...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2004/03/16/met_408910.shtml
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