An entertaining, informative, and provocative writer on a variety of topics related to nutrition, food, health, and disease prevention, Jennifer has served as the nutrition columnist for the National Post since 2007. Her column appears Tuesdays in the Health section of the National Post.

Jennifer has also been a regular contributor to Oxygen Magazine since 2009, where she provides nutrition tips and recommendations for active women. 

In 2012, Jennifer's first ebook"Unmasking Superfoods:  The Truth and Hype about Blueberries, Quinoa, Omega 3s and More", was published. 


Read a sample of Jennifer’s National Post columns:

"Butter vs. margarine:  Saturated fats and the case for going natural" (Mar. 8, 2013)

"Fasting and fitness:  Should I eat before I exercise?" (Feb. 7, 2013)

"Cutting through the coffee confusion (A few cups of joe may do some good)" (Mar. 27, 2012)

"Nutrition Bites:  In defense of hemp" (Mar. 16, 2012)

"Cooking down four sacred cows of dietary wisdom" (Mar. 6, 2012)

“Trapped in a fat cell: How pollutants may be exacerbating the obesity crisis” (Feb. 28, 2012).

“Under pressure: Magnesium may be the dietary magic bullet for hypertension” (Feb. 21, 2012).

“Weighing in on the weight loss debate” (Feb. 14, 2012).

“Heart health and diet: Why it’s never too early to develop a taste for sardines” (Feb. 7, 2012)

“Nutrition Bites: Take a chance on chia” (Jan. 30, 2012).

To read more of Jennifer’s recent columns, visit her author page at the National Post .

Read feedback on Jennifer's National Post column here.


A sample of Jennifer’s Oxygen Magazine articles:

10 Easy Food-Swaps That Give You More Fat Burning Power

The Dangers of Under-eating: How to Spot and Correct Them

The Healthy Way to Lose Weight with Vitamin E

Marvelous Milk: a Fun Guide


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Hello Jennifer,
I found your article yesterday in the Post very interesting. I am a mother of 5 young children trying to lose the 30 lbs of pregnancy weight left behind. I actually clipped your suggestions for best breakfasts & best lunches. Your article is hanging on my fridge as a guide for me to eat better. ”

-National Post reader