Dina’s Media Kit
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Morning News, KREM2-TV (CBS), Spokane, WA (4/5/18)
New Day Northwest, KING-TV, Seattle (04/02/18)
Bay Sunday, KPIX-TV, San Francisco (03/22/18)
Video coming soon!
Mornings on 2, KTVU-TV, San Francisco (03/20/18)
NY 1 (09/24/14)
Sweet Treats Can Lead To Unhealthy Eating Habits In Children
NY1 VIDEO: We’ve all been guilty of it at one time or another: relying on a sweet treat to pick us up when we’re feeling down. Author of a book on the subject, “It’s Not About The Broccoli,” Dr. Dina Rose talked with NY1 parenting correspondent Shelley Goldberg about the dangers of emotional eating.
Fox 25 Boston News (3/21/14)
RADIO & PODCASTS
- Simple Families Podcast, Listen to the Show, (4/18)
- WCBS Radio with Rebecca Corral (3/27/18)
- Culture Buzz, KFMG-FM (3/18)
- AM Ocala Live, WOCA-AM , Listen to the Show, (2/18)
- Health IQ with Heidi Godman, WSRQ-AM/FM (2/18)
- Talk Healthy Today, Listen to the Show, (2/12)
- Morning Show with Shelley Irwin, WGVU-FM (NPR), (2.18)
- Sleep Sense Podcast, Listen to the Show, (9/16)
- Plant Yourself Podcast, Listen to the Show, (10/15)
- The Kathryn Zox Show, VoiceAmerica/WORLD TALK RADIO (9/15) Listen to the Show
- The Debbie Nigro Show, WGCH-AM (9/15)
- The Joan Hamburg Show, WABC Radio New York, (8/15) Listen to the Show
- Family Confidential (3/15) Watch the Video Podcast
Online & In-Print
Dina’s articles regularly appear on Psychology Today.
- The New York Times Letter: What to Do About Americans’ Weight Gain?, (4/4/18)
- The Washington Post: Parental feeding styles can have consequences for kids. Which type is yours?, by Casey Seidenberg, (3/27/18)
- The Sunday Times: Family: An Easy Way to Get Teenagers Eating Healthily, by Lorraine Candy, (3/18/18)
- NBC News: What makes kids picky eaters — and what may help them get over it. by Sarah DiGiulio, 2/10/18
- The Washington Post: Banning soda, sugary cereal or ice cream for your kids may not be the best strategy, by Casey Seidenberg, (1/318); Reprinted in The Chicago Tribune, (1/5/18); Reprinted in The Oakland Press, (2/2/18)
- The New York Times: Feed Your Children Well, by Jane E. Brody, online and in print, (8/18/15)
- The Boston Globe: At lunch, home-packed may not mean healthy, by Beth Teitell, (8/11/14)
- The New York Times Letter: Teaching Kids How to Eat, (2/1/14)
- The Huffington Post: Various
- MEL: The Men Who Eat Like Boys, by C. Brian Smith, 3/15/18
- Idaho Mountain Express: Nutrition Mission: Teaching Healthy Eating Habits, by Jamie Truppi, 1/26/18
- La Presse: Camps De Vacances, Comment Aider Les Enfants À Bien Manger, by Marie Allard, June 26, 2017
- P&G Everyday: Raising a Vegetarian Kid in a Meat-Eating Family, by Leah Maxwell, December 9, 2014
- The Boston Globe: At lunch, home-packed may not mean healthy, by Beth Teitell, August, 11, 2014
- Columbia Daily Tribune: Sociologist offers insight on behaviors that contribute to happy, healthy eating habits, by Caroline Dohack, March 21, 2014
- HuffPost Taste — School Lunch Project: Get Your Kids to Try New Foods, by Laura Fuentes, June 3, 2014
- Ohio Valley Parent Magazine — It’s Not About the Broccoli: Nutritionist, Author to Visit Wheeling, by Betsy Bethel, online and in print, April 2, 2014.
- New York Parenting — Teaching Kids About Eating Habits, Not Nutrition, by Allison Plitt, March 2014.
- The American Heart Association — What Should Your Toddler Eat?, April 2016
- Good4Growth.com — Three Ways to Create Healthy Eating Habits with Snacks, May, 2015
- Legacy.com — Lessons From My Mother, March, 2015
- SheBudgets — How to Raise a Healty Eater in 5 Easy Steps, August, 26. 2014
- NYMetroParents — How to Teach Kids to Separate Food and Feelings, August 29, 2014
- Portland Family Magazine — Picky Eater or Timid Taster?, June 26, 2014
- Nutritioulicious — The Secret to Increasing Children’s Consumption of Fruits & Vegetables, May 15, 2014.
- Joan Lunden’s Blog — Teaching Kids Heart Healthy Eating Habits, February 10, 2014
- Positive Parenting Solutions — Teach Your Children How to Try New Foods, January 20, 2014.
- Real Mom Nutrition — “Help! My child eats hardly any dinner… then wants a snack 10 minutes later.” Sound Familiar?, January 10, 2014.
“I have been reading the blog It’s Not About Nutrition and it has really changed the way I think about childhood nutrition and eating. If you have a picky eater I highly recommend that you check it out but know that it will challenge conventions like the “just two more bites” and using dessert as a reward for finishing dinner/cleaning ones plate. But truthfully with 1 in 3 adults in the U.S. being obese I think it’s time that we challenge convention and start establishing healthy eating habits.” – Emily Weaver Brown Photography.com.
“This just blew my mind about feeding kids of all ages: Why Some Kids Should Spit.” Moxie.org.
I’m jinxing this, but here goes: We’ve enjoyed whine-free meals with our 5-year-old for a couple months now. And he’s eating a more varied diet than ever…” Read more. – Cook. Play. Explore.com.
“By the way, Here’s an excellent take on the chocolate milk mistake by food sociologist Dina R. Rose, PhD, whose thought provoking blog It’s Not about Nutrition is easily one of the best resources for parents on the art & science of teaching kids to eat right.” Fooducate.com.
“Recently I stumbled across the most amazing blog. Really, really great. It’s called It’s Not About Nutrition, and the topic is “The art and science of teaching kids to eat right.” Dina Rose, the mom who writes this blog is a sociologist who wrote a book and leads workshops on strategic ways parents can influence their childrens’ palates and food choices, and I’m pretty sure she’s brilliant…” Read more. Lets Be Honest Here.com.
“So, forgive me if you’re already a fan, but I just discovered It’s Not About Nutrition, a blog written by Dina R. Rose, a mom with a PhD in sociology from Duke University who teaches workshops and provides private counseling on kid and food issues. The blog covers “the art and science of teaching kids to eat right.” It has a lot of advice on combatting pickiness but is a great resource for other food and nutrition issues as well. Last night, as I was cruising around her site, I found myself nodding and thinking “amen, sister!” over and over again…” Read more. The Lunch Tray.com.
“Dr Dina Rose argues at her blog, itsnotaboutnutrition.com, that our nutritional problems lie in our eating behaviors that are actually lifestyle patterns beginning in childhood. And I would say that it’s a bit of both I believe she is spot on about lifestyle nutritional behavior patterns being 80% of our nutritional problem…” Read more. Dr Bill Dean.com.
Dina’s Media Kit
You may download a full media kit by clicking here.