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Can food taste good and be good for you? Yes, says Bridget Swinney MS, RD, LD, registered and licensed dietitian and Media Representative for the Texas Dietetic Association. Her passion is teaching people the connection between nutrition and health, especially about making healthy food taste great.

She is the author of three books about nutrition and has worked in virtually every area of nutrition including hospitals, health departments, school districts and outpatient clinics. She is a medical advisor to www.Babycenter.com. Bridget has been interviewed on Good Morning America, The Food Network, WGN and local networks around the country.

For more information about Bridget and her books, see www.healthyfoodzone.com.

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