On “Feel and Look Fabulous” Holistic Health Talk and Tips for Women Radio Show: Robyn Webb, award winning nutritionist and cookbook author joined Radio Host Irina Wardas
Women’s Radio Topic for Discussion: How To Make Healthy and Delicious Meals and Recipes during the Holidays and other times of the year.
In collaboration with the American Diabetes Association, Robyn published numerous award-winning cookbooks, such as Diabetic Meals in 30 Minutes, 200 Healthy Recipes in 30 Minutes , etc. which teach people with diabetes how to maintain healthful diets with food that is satisfying and flavorful.You can find more information on www.RobynWebb.com
Robyn Webb has been a passionate advocate of cooking well and eating wisely for most of her life. Because of health problems within her own family, notably diabetes, she learned early on the importance of a balanced, healthful approach to eating and decided to pursue degrees in the field. She graduated from Syracuse University with a Bachelors of Science degree in Nutrition, and Florida State University with a Masters of Science degree in Nutrition. She has since devoted her energy to educating people with diabetes about how to facilitate the daily challenge of managing their disease through creative, healthful meal planning. Robyn Webb serves as the Food Editor of Diabetes Forecast magazine, published by the American Diabetes Association.
5 – 7 suggested women radio show interview questions
Describe your work as Food Editor for the award winning magazine Diabetes Forecast, a publication of the American Diabetes Association? How do you develop the magazines food content?
What would be a few tricks to make food taste delicious but still keep within certain guidelines?
Could you give us some tips on healthy home cooking?
What are your favorite Holiday recipes?
Do you use healthier substitutes for cooking, and if so, what would you recommend to our listeners?
Could you give us some suggestions for beginners?
Some ideas for leftovers?
Breathe, smile and be happy.
©Irina Wardas, HHC