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Helen Halley was born and raised in St. Louis. She went to college at the University of Minnesota- Twin Cities for an undergraduate degree in dietetics and obtained an MS in Nutrition from the University of St. Joseph. She interned at West Virginia University Hospitals and became a Registered Dietitian (RD).  Helen believes all foods fit and there should be no …

Dr. Joy Short completed graduate degrees in educational studies (PhD) and dietetics with a special emphasis in nutrition in physical performance (MS) from Saint Louis University. She is a registered dietitian with an undergraduate degree in dietetics from Bradley University and training through the dietetic internship program at Saint Louis University. Dr. Short was former director of the Didactic Program in …

Li-Ling Peng is a doctoral candidate of Nutritional Sciences at Texas Tech University, and an Adjunct Professor at Logan University in the M.S. in Nutrition and Human Performance program. She received her M.A. degree in Multidisciplinary Health Communication from Fontbonne University. Her research interests include obesity prevention, nutrition education, community nutrition, health communication, food security, nutrition and food therapies, and …