I decided to interview 10 dietitians across the country who are influential movers and shakers in the nutrition and dietetics field. I asked them for the advice that they not only provide to their clients, but also practice in their own lives. So let's now introduce these nutrition experts with their top nutrition recommendations.
Day after day, night after night for nearly a decade, I took orders, made up the meals, the snacks, the drinks and had them ready to go and at the table in record time. Almost immediately after the food was consumed, I cleared the table, washed the dishes and was ready and waiting for the next orders to come in.
When I think of heart-healthy foods, salmon is typically the first to come to mind. Rich in Omega-3s, salmon is filling, flavorful and versatile. Other versatile heart-healthy foods include beans, tomatoes, broccoli, whole grains, oats, olive oil, chia seeds and blueberries. Dark chocolate and red wine -- classic Valentine's Day staples -- are also on the list.