We're going to be interviewing Nutrition Diva of Quick and Dirty Tips prior to being mentioned in her podcast. This will be happening pretty soon, so now we need some questions! The top-voted questions will be selected, and then a blog post will be made about the interview. The post will give her something interesting to refer his listeners to.

For ideas, check out this English meta post where we did a similar thing with Grammar Girl. Feel free to suggest your favorite Fitness & Nutrition question that you'd like to get her take on!

Note - we are doing the same thing with Get Fit Guy of Quick and Dirty Tips, but I'm asking for suggestions separately because they will be two separate interviews.


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  • Why should I care about nutrition? Does it matter what I put into my body?
  • What are some of the most common nutrition myths? Why does such misinformation exist?
    • Are there certain foods thought to be "bad" that are actually good?
    • Are there other foods that are definitely a no-no?
  • We all know what's "wrong" for us and why we shouldn't eat certain things. What are the issues regarding why people do not change their nutritional habits?
  • Should I go on a diet if I want to lose weight? How will the changes in my body affect me?
  • What are the short-term and long-term effects of good and bad nutrition?
  1. Here is a good one from our site: Where did the idea that we should eat three meals a day come from? What evidence is there to support that notion?
  2. Also, I saw that she did a podcast on Sweet vs. White Potatoes, so we could get her opinion on whether the accepted answer to this question about potatoes is correct.
  3. What is your opinion on the intermittent fasting diet? Do you agree with the top answer to our question about it?
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    I like to refer her to our questions, so that when we write the blog post up we'll get more click throughs to the actual site.
    – Lauren
    Oct 27, 2011 at 20:41
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    @IvoFlipse posted a barrage of nutrition questions in chat (related to fitness) that we could consider asking too.
    – user241
    Oct 27, 2011 at 21:44

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