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Martine  Scannavino - Cedar Crest College. Allentown, PA, US

Martine Scannavino Martine  Scannavino

Chair/Associate Professor | Cedar Crest College


Joins the Review Committee for the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics’ Professional Skills Review Tool and Student Exam Prep Study Guide





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Dr. Martine Scannavino, Chair of the Nutrition department at Cedar Crest College, has been invited to sit on the review committee for the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics' Professional Skills Review Tool and Student Exam Preparation Study Guide. In this position Dr. Scannavino will provide peer review of item submissions for relevance, validity, and adherence to publication standards.

This appointment is attributable to her expertise in the areas of Food Systems Management and ongoing dedication and contribution as an item writer for these professional self-assessment and student study resources.

Industry Expertise (3)

Food and Beverages Research Education/Learning

Areas of Expertise (4)

Nutrition Becoming A Registered Dietitian Dietetics Education Community Nutrition

Education (2)

Hunter College's School of Health Sciences in NYC: M.S., Sciences

Nova Southeastern University: D.H.Sc., Health Sciences

Affiliations (2)

  • Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics
  • Lehigh Valley Dietetic Association

Media Appearances (2)

Nutrition Trends for the New Year — Small Portions Will Be Big in 2009

Today's Dietition  online


Antioxidants, probiotics, omega-3s, oh my! 2008 has yet again featured functional foods to the hilt, and Sharon Palmer, RD, says this trend is likely here to stay—to some dietitians’ dismay. “Functional foods are still huge, even though dietitians may not like it. People are focusing on ‘it’ ingredients, from superfruits to probiotics,” she says.

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Vitamins: Do They Help?

The Morning Call  online


In the 1973 film "Sleeper," a character visits the future to discover that all the foods we thought were bad for us -- like hot fudge and steaks -- are actually healthful. Thirty-some years later, researchers have indeed found health benefits in chocolate, coffee and even alcohol. Meanwhile, multivitamins have been called into question.

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