New USDA Dietary Guidelines Telephone Briefing Conference
SARASOTA, Fla., Jan. 31, 2011 /PRNewswire/ –
Registered Dietitian Alyse Levine, member of the American Dietetic Association and nutrition advisor for Lance Armstrong's LIVESTRONG.com - in partnership WHO: with Boar's Head Telephone conference to comment on the 2010 Dietary Guidelines for Americans and provide tips on how Americans can easily incorporate the new recommendations into their own lives. There will be WHAT: an opportunity for Q&A. WHERE: Via telephone conference Dial in information: 1-866-946-0492 Participant PIN: 5087961# Please call in a few minutes before 12 noon EST WHEN: Monday, January 31, 2011 12 noon EST **PLEASE CONFIRM YOUR ATTENDANCE IN ADVANCE**
About Alyse Levine, MS, RD
Alyse Levine is the creator of Nutritionbite, LLC in Los Angeles where she provides private, individualized nutrition counseling to promote general wellness, the importance of active nutrition and treatment of a wide range of nutrition-related diseases. Alyse understands the importance of balancing good nutrition with an active lifestyle reaching millions of people as the nutrition advisor for Lance Armstrong’s LIVESTRONG.com and has been featured providing health and wellness advice on ABC’s Good Morning America and Discovery Health. As one the country’s most respected authorities on nutrition, Alyse has also been featured in numerous media outlets including USA Today, MSN.com, KABC TV, Marie Claire, Prevention.com, Weight Watchers Magazine, Life & Style, Maxim, Shape, Health, Self and Women’s Running magazine among many others.
About Boar’s Head
Boar’s Head, a leading manufacturer of premium delicatessen products, is committed to its assault on salt. The company has an entire line of lower sodium deli meats and cheeses, as well as dozens of deli meats certified by the American Heart Association to be low in saturated fat and cholesterol.
Founded in 1905, Boar’s Head has upheld a commitment to unwavering standards for quality for over a century, refusing to take shortcuts that compromise the integrity of its products for the sake of convenience or economy. What started with just a few products has grown to over 500 items, ranging from premium delicatessen meats, cheeses and condiments to an array of Italian and Old World Delicacies and foodservice products. All Boar’s Head Brand meats, cheeses and condiments contain no fillers, by-products, artificial colors or flavors, gluten or trans fat.
SOURCE Boar’s Head