Patent Trader Interview

by DANA NAIM March 10, 2005 Losing weight doesn’t have to be a never-ending battle Healthy choices and smaller portions will keep off pounds For Dorie Everin, being married to a chef for 26 years had proved difficult when it came to maintaining her figure. And at the age of 50, losing weight and keeping […]

New York Times Interview

SCHOOL LUNCH; What If Carrots Came in Chocolate?  By KATHERINE ZOEPF (NYT) “HOW about some veggies, sweetie?” Fran Cortina asked a little girl wearing a purple flowered bandana, who was carrying a single slice of cheese pizza on her Styrofoam tray. “Come on, try some!” The purple bandana ducked and giggled, and whisked by a […]

This Nutritionist Knows Whereof She Speaks

Thursday, May 25, 2000, The Ridgefield Press By Hilary S Wolfson Several years ago IBM corporate executive Renee Simon had a sore throat that wouldn’t go away. From there, debilitating symptoms ensued- everything from severe fatigue muscle aches and pains to depression and general malaise. Eventually diagnosed with the Epstein-Barr Virus (commonly known as Chronic […]

Nutritionist’s View: What’s Ailing Kids today?

March 9, 2000 The Lewisboro Ledger Lewisboro, N.Y. 5A by RENEE SIMION Clinical Nutritionist I used to see mostly adults in my practice. Now I see children with learning disabilities, autistic children, children with immune system problems, like ear infections, allergies or bouts of colds and flu. Digestive problems, migraines and other illnesses are also […]

Spring Cleaning For Body, Mind & Spirit

Light Voices, May 1999 By Renee Simon, Nutrition Consultant You hear the birds chirping and see the flowers budding and right about now you start think lug about doing a spring cleaning. Perhaps you’ll plan to get your windows or house power-washed. Maybe you’ll arrange a liaison with a cleaning company to get the cob […]