Linn Steward

“Eat whatever you like, as long as you manage portion size and frequency.” That’s how I counseled my clients at the Manhattan fitness club where I started out doing nutrition counseling almost 25 years ago.

As a dietitian, my clients have included a wide variety of people—from New York financial service professionals to Medicaid recipients. Audiences can and do change, but my focus on healthy eating has remained the same: Each food decision is only one part of the whole da…

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Linn Steward, RDN, is a recipe analyst and food and nutrition consultant ([email protected]).

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