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  • Truman scholar makes nutrition a top priority

    Truman scholar makes nutrition a top priority

    By Daniel Oppenheimer
    Daniel Oppenheimer
    Published: Dec. 6, 2009

    When Marissa Duswalt was named a 2009 Truman Scholar, she was cited by the Truman Foundation for her interest in “nutrition, behavioral science, culinary arts, and food culture.” That summary, however, understates the role that food has played in the life of Duswalt, a fourth-year nutrition and Plan II Honors major from Rosenberg, Texas. “I …

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      Green Vibrance said on July 28, 2011 at 8:34 p.m.
      This is awesome. I take several whole food supplements daily. GREAT post :)
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      Sebastian Royal said on Oct. 17, 2010 at 1:23 p.m.
      She looks awesome to me. Anyone who is overweight and wants to blame it on their metabolism, busy lifestyle, etc., and acts like they just weren't meant to be thin, needs to take a look at her and what she has accomplished. The bottom line is your health is up to you, and you are only limited by your own actions or lack of.