Michelle was interviewed by writer Amy Reiter about the health benefits of those popular instant noodles.
What to do before getting started on your new year resolutions.
Just like you, I consumed more than my fair share of cured meat, sugar, and alcohol over the holiday, partaking in everything that the season has to offer. After the dust has settled, I don’t let it get me down. Instead, I get healthy...Read More
Check out culinary and nutrition expert Michelle Dudash’s article featured in the January/February issue of EatingWell magazine on the 5 Principles of Clean Eating. The principles include consuming more whole foods, fewer processed and high sodium foods, eating more vegetables, and choosing whole grain...Read More
Sponsored post Whether you’re amusement park-bound with the family this summer, lounging on the sun-soaked beach, or heading to grandma’s house at the lake, there are foods and strategies to conquer common summer vacation woes. 1. How to prevent fatigue and sluggishness caused by dehydration Don’t...Read More
Since I’ve been following a low-glycemic diet for a few months, I asked my dietetic intern to write this post based on the information I’ve discovered. For those of you who suffer from acne, I hope you find it helpful. Stay tuned until next...Read More
Michelle Dudash was featured by Cooking Channel sharing her tips for stay healthy. Her easy tips of listening to true hunger were featured with other tips from top dietitians around the country. Michelle also emphasized eating without rules and that it is ok to...Read More
Part II of #RDchat Michelle Dudash, chef nutritionist and author of the new cookbook Clean Eating for Busy Families, weighed in as a guest contributor to the hot discussion of clean eating via the Twitter chat #RDchat. The chat was moderated by registered dietitian Janet Helm on December...Read More
Reported by Team Michelle Recently, Recipe.com’s Cheryl Sternman Rule caught up with nutrition expert Michelle Dudash to discuss the health benefits of winter squash. Winter squash is high in fiber, yielding 3 grams for every half cup of cooked squash. Fiber helps with digestion and can increase your satiety,...Read More
While parents make the effort to slide more fruits and vegetables into their children’s lunch boxes, choosing healthy beverages can often be overlooked or downright confusing. This weekend I stopped by Good Morning Arizona on 3TV with Tess Rafols to share the best and worst...Read More