Susan M. Mudd, CNS Bio
Susan is a board certified, licensed nutritionist practicing in Gaithersburg, Maryland. She holds a Master of Science in Human Nutrition from the University of Bridgeport, CT. She consults with clients on a variety of conditions such as high cholesterol, hypertension, and diabetes. Her practice also includes an innovative approach to weight loss as well as food sensitivities and metabolic testing. Besides maintaining a busy practice, she also does research and writing for author Jonny Bowden, has written courses for Clayton College of Natural Health, runs weight loss groups, and speaks on nutrition. You can visit her website at www.susanmudd.com.
Minty Spinach, Garlic, and Nutmeg Soup Acapulco Rice Pepper and Mushroom Bruschetta Beer Broiled Drumsticks Swordfish with Lemon-Sauce Grilled Portobello Mushroom Sandwich Spiced Popcorn Algonquian Three Sisters Rice Toasted Pappadums Fruit and Cottage Cheese Parfait
There are many things to be said about the American holiday of Thanksgiving. While much of the "legend" of the holiday is probably propaganda (Were the Pilgrims and Indians as close as we'd like them to be? Would a harvest celebration in New England really be this late in the year, when there would have likely already been snow? And what about the turkey, which has changed so much from the bird Ben Franklin touted for our national emblem?), there is something to be said for...