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Jan
22
2015

Column concepts: What goes into writing a regular nutrition column?

JenSygo1.jpgJennifer Sygo, M.Sc., is a registered dietitian and sports nutritionist with Cleveland Clinic Canada, and the nutrition columnist for the National Post. Her first book, Unmasking Superfoods: The Truth and Hype Behind Acai, Quinoa, Chia, Blueberries and More, was published by HarperCollins Canada in 2014 and reached best-seller status.  You can reach her at jsygo@rogers.com, on Twitter at @JenniferSygo, or visit her website at www.jennifersygo.com.

I started writing the nutrition column for the National Post in 2007 while working at Cleveland Clinic Canada.  Since then, I have written about 250 columns that have appeared online and in print, on topics ranging from eating disorders to the importance of bees to our food system.

I currently write two full-length 600-800 word columns per month, as well as an online feature, called "Nutrition Bites," which provides a short answer to a common or timely nutrition question (e.g. "do I really need eight cups of water per day?"). Starting in 2015, I’ll also be filming a series of video columns for the National Post website.

Initially, I spent quite a bit of time writing and editing each column... continue reading

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