Food and nutrition tips for people who want to eat and feel better.
Wednesday, January 14, 2009
Complementary & Alternative Medicine Use
Interestingly the Chicago Tribune reported today on a study showing how complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) therapies--aka integrative medicine--rank in popularity. The top source: "natural" products, like supplements in pill form or oils. Diet was in the top 10, but down at the 7th slot.
D. Milton Stokes, MPH, RD, CDN, is a Registered Dietitian / Nutritionist and owner of One Source Nutrition, LLC. He has over 16 years experience in the areas of food and nutrition as a nutrition counselor and former restaurateur.
Specializing in weight management and eating disorders, Milton helps individuals and groups overcome barriers to success by offering personalized nutrition assessment and planning. Clients set actionable, attainable goals, and they learn how to transcend the lure of fad dieting and unhealthy weight loss.
In addition, Milton is a former National Media Spokesperson for the American Dietetic Association where he's been featured in Cooking Light, Fitness, Self, Men's Health, AOL, The Washington Post, Ladies Home Journal, and countless others. He's also written freelance articles for Environmental Nutrition, Today's Dietitian, Family Doctor, Men's Health, WeightWatchers.com, NY Daily News, and others.
Milton's graduate degree is in Health Education from Hunter College and his clinical training was conducted at Yale-New Haven Hospital.