Rosanne assists in the development of social media strategies for the food and nutrition industry. If your company is embarking on a social media campaign, or you need an expert food and nutrition quote, or written content, for an upcoming blog post, newspaper or magazine article, email Rosanne at firstname.lastname@example.org, visit her blog, or find her on Twitter @rustnutrition or Facebook.
Rosanne creates nutrition messages that people can relate to. She makes setting dietary goals, and sticking to them, easier. People love Rosanne's For Dummies® books. Don't take her word for it, see the reviews!
Hypertension Cookbook For Dummies by Rosanne Rust and Cindy Kleckner, Jan 2012 John Wiley & Sons, Inc [ISBN: 978-1-1180-9513-3]
Do you or someone you know have hypertension? Learn how to enjoy eating and how to cook great food for better blood pressure! Buy the book, or download the Kindle edition!
What an amazing complimation of information and super recipes! This book is NOT just for people with hypertension. It is a must-read/must have for anyone interested in better health. No compromises on flavor and taste. As a registered dietitian Hypertension Cookbook for Dummies is at the top of my recommendation list. ~Pat Baird, RD
Glycemic Index Cookbook For Dummies, By Meri Raffetto and Rosanne Rust, December 2010, John Wiley & Sons, Inc
As a registered dietitian and person with diabetes, this is one of my favorite cookbooks to use. I am now hooked on polenta because of the Glycemic Index Cookbook for Dummies fabulous recipes. Every recipe from this cookbook turns out delicious and I use the recipes regularly for our family meals as well as to serve to guests. You must try the Black Bean Burger recipe, it is so much better than a store bought veggie burger. The recipe easy to make and tastes great. ~Toby Smithson, RD
Calorie Counter JOURNAL For Dummies,By Meri Raffetto and Rosanne Rust[November 2010, John Wiley & Sons, Inc ISBN:978-0-470-63998-6] VIDEO
Restaurant Calorie Counter For Dummies,2nd edition, By Meri Raffetto and Rosanne Rust, May 2011 John Wiley & Sons, Inc [ISBN: 978-0-470-64405-8] Updated to include more restaurants, at-a-glance picks for people with diabetes, high cholesterol or high blood pressure, and a special chapter for athletes and parents
"It is well documented that people who keep track of what they eat and drink are more successful at weight loss than those who do not. Sometimes it is hard just getting started. In the The Calorie Counter Journal for Dummies®, Rust and Raffetto present changing habits as a motivating journey to a healthier lifestyle for the average person as well as for the athlete who wants to improve their competitive edge. The section on goals determines where you are in terms of behavior change, visualizing what you want to achieve, setting SMART goals, and not just focusing on the scale as a measure of success. The journal itself has 24 weeks which allows you to easily stay focused and reflect upon your progress. Rosanne and Meri have successfully "made everything easier" as their cover says." Marianne Schneider, RD, MS, LDN
"As a registered dietitian, I know numerous studies have found that journaling is a key to successful weight loss and maintenance. For those who have trouble getting started, this book may be just the key. A compact, soft-cover, spiral-bound book, it can easily fit into a purse, tote or briefcase so it's always handy to jot down everything you eat or drink. Introductory information in the first 64 pages explains how to calculate calorie needs, determine serving sizes, develop diet goals and use the journal. The remaining 190 pages provide a day/page to record meals and snacks, check off fluid and fruit/vegetable intake and log exercise. It's simple and easy to use and sure to make you more aware of what you are eating so you can take of unwanted pounds." Neva Cochran
"I have been looking for just this type of journal. I'm an active and fit person but find that I needed a simple, convenient way to put all of my goals and history together. This fits the bill perfectly and will have a place in my briefcase. Although I'm sure it will be a handy tool for anyone that wants to use the power of putting something down on paper to reinforce their goals and actions, it seems like a perfect tool for the amateur athlete hoping to advance their exercise efforts and support their weight targets." ~Bikerider
"A no-nonsense guide with clear and concise advice--just what I needed to provide some inspiration. Got me pumped to stay motivated about increasing my activity level and cutting down calorie intake." ~D. B. Meadville
"I bought this handy little reference before my husband and I made a trip across country. We're normally health nuts, but on the road it becomes very difficult. The Calorie Counter For Dummies definitely helped us navigate the healthiest choices at the fast food and restaurant stops on our journey. It was fantastic to be able to make informed decisions about what to order at places you don't correlate with eating healthy..." Cali, Manchester, ME
"A Great resource for all who like to eat! Part 1, called "Healthy Eating 101" offers the reader some great tips for eating well. Whether your goal is weight loss, control of diabetes, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, or you simply want to plan better meals for you and your family, this section covers all of the basics and then some! Part 2 provides eye opening nutritional information for over 140 restaurants. This is not meant to stop you from eating at those restaurants, but to help you make better choices from their menus..." S. Luthringer, Erie
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