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Investigative Nutritionist Melinda Hemmelgarn: Food Sleuth Radio

165285_174214875935358_5546132_nCHMP welcomes radio host Melinda Hemmelgarn, registered dietitian, “investigative nutritionist,” award-winning writer and Food Sleuth Radio host. With 30 years’ experience in clinical, academic and public health nutrition, she’s a trusted consumer advocate, and an engaging and energizing national speaker. HealthCetera Radio will be rebroadcasting select shows from Food Sleuth Radio.  The first Food Sleuth episode will be broadcast on HeathCetera on Thursday, April 28th at 1:30 PM 99.5 FM WBAI Pacifica Radio, streamed live at


Did you know that smart sports nutrition focuses on “food first” and the “recovery” period post-exercise? Join Food Sleuth Radio host and Registered Dietitian, Melinda Hemmelgarn, for her interview with Lisa McDowell, MS, RD, Certified Specialist in Sports Dietetics, Director of Clinical Nutrition and Wellness at St. Joseph Mercy Health System in Ann Arbor, Michigan, and team dietitian for the Detroit Red Wings. McDowell, who also works with Olympic and collegiate athletes, recognizes the similarities in healing and performing well. In addition to her work in sports and clinical nutrition, Lisa helped start a 25-acre organic farm on her hospital’s campus to improve the food served to patients and employees. She is also involved with St. Joseph Mercy Health System’s partnership with the Detroit Lions, Red Wings, Tigers and Pistons to help brand healthy food choices at the stadium venues – bringing healthy nutrition into the community “Food is both medicine and a secret sports weapon,” says McDowell. Tune in to hear some of her tips and favorite foods for fueling peak sports performance.




Food Sleuth Radio has been produced by Dan Hemmelgarn at KOPN Studios in Columbia, MO since June, 2009. The “Mother Nature Network” ranked the show among the “top national green food radio shows” in 2009, and in 2011, Food Sleuth Radio won 1st place for radio interview from the National Federation of Press Women.

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<p>Barbara Glickstein is a co-director of the GW Nursing Center for Health Policy and Media Engagement, as well as a nurse, media guru and activist in New York City. She is the chairman of the board of Project Kesher and a consultant to many health care organizations and creative projects. She tweets and ‘grams @blickstein.</p>

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