Diet Fads, Careers and Controversies in Nutrition Journalism: How to Organize Term Papers, News, or Debates

Anne Hart

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Synopsis: Do you need to write a school term paper on nutrition? Are you interested in how to find a journalism job, open a business, or learn to write and speak about scientifically-substantiated plant extracts, nutrition, health, or consumer economics communication? Can you bridge the gap between science and the consumer with understandable explanations?Here's how to write news or magazine articles in plain language about the science behind foods, supplements, or lifestyles for readers without technical training. As freelance writers, students, librarians, educators, parents, nurses, nutritionists, chefs, speakers, or current information researchers learn how to inform general magazine or newspaper readers about current scientific findings that help people better control their blood sugar, lifestyles, and nutrition.For example, diabetes is expected to surpass cancer and heart disease as America's leading killer by 2010. Learn how to write or speak in public about nutrition, consumer economics, current epidemics, or blood pressure issues for popular media.Practice here how to interview experts. Write actual questions you'd ask professionals. Ask to interview those with reliable information by sending a list of questions ahead of the interview. Gather speakers for conference panels by volunteering at professional associations' meetings. The nutrition glossary at the back of the book is a helpful resource for definitions.Shifting to another topic-attention deficit disorder-learn what nutrients and essential fatty acids help to manage attention deficit hyperactivity disorder. Can you write about or debate issues and controversies on the health benefits of phytocompounds? Examples of phytocompounds include quercetin and resveratrol. Can you find the words 'phytocompounds' and 'polyphons' in your dictionary? How would you discuss the words 'quercetin' and 'resveratrol?' Learn to define these terms to the general public in popular consumer maga

About the Author: Anne Hart, popular author of 62+ books and numerous magazine articles, is a member of the American Medical Writers Association, Mensa, and the American Society of Authors and Journalists. She also holds a graduate degree and specializes in writing about health and nutrition issues and controversies in the news.

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