Disclosure: As a Nutrition Communications Consultant, I am sometimes paid to write. When this is so, I will disclose this at the head of a blog post at ChewTheFacts. I only accept consulting positions with companies or organizations whose views I am aligned with and who provide evidence-based information.
At times, I also represent clients when posting on social media channels or commenting on blogs. In these cases you’ll see clear hashtags within my post indicating the client (#client, #advisor, #CCCadvisor, or #sponsored, when appropriate). Current clients listed below.
My views and opinions are my own and are supported by science and peer-reviewed publications as I interpret them. I provide science-based advice and my balanced, real-world messages are appealing to many within the food industry. I understand the challenge of parenting and feeding teenage boys, and my philosophy about encouraging children to eat well, is often sought after.
- Calorie Control Council (#CCCadvisor)
- Kellin Communications
- Northeast Beef Council
- Regular Girl® (affiliate)
- U.S. Farmers and Ranchers Alliance
- Letsclearitup.org (#advisor The American Beverage Association)
- Blog writer for the Mid-Atlantic Dairy Association
- Fleishman Hillard
- Corn Refiner’s Association (past work with dietitian communications network as #CRArd – consumer education about high fructose corn syrup).
When I do represent or partner with a company as a paid consultant, I will be transparent in that representation with any blog post (explaining I am writing on behalf of a client) or within a social media post (using hashtag #advisor, #client or other appropriate disclosure per client’s request, as noted above).
DISCLAIMER from Rosanne Rust/Chew the Facts©: Scientific information is constantly evolving, so as I evaluate new studies, I may still reference older ones. My thoughts and opinions are my own. The material presented on this website, and any information linked from it, is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice. Chewthefacts© is not responsible for any action you may take as a result of reading the material presented here. You should not use this material to diagnose or treat a health condition without consulting with a qualified healthcare provider.
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