Nina Teicholz

Contributing Writer

Nina Teicholz is a big name in the world of food science and health news. She's really smart in food research, reporting on health, and talking about nutrition based on real evidence. She knows a lot about different things, which shows she's good at understanding and explaining tricky topics. Even though her earlier works are not shared publicly, her talent is in making complicated subjects clear without missing important parts. This makes her talks and writings about hard health topics not only interesting but also really helpful for learning and talking about these things.


Nutritionist, Health Reporting, Research Writing


  • Bachelor's Degree in Nutritional Science from Cornell University Master's Degree in Health Journalism from the University of California, Berkeley

Written Articles

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2023-09-28 Last-Mod: 2024-03-07

Vegan Diet Plan for Building Muscle

Vegan diet plan is the good option for those who are vegetarian and don't eat animal based products. You should add those plant-based sources in their diet which are rich in protein and healthy fats as well.

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2023-12-05 Last-Mod: 2024-03-08

Understanding The Lean Body Mass

Lean body mass is calculated as the difference between total body weight and body fat weight, or more simply, the weight of everything except the fat.

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2023-12-13 Last-Mod: 2024-03-08

Body Composition: Why is it important

Body composition is a term used in health and fitness to describe the percentages of fat, bone, muscle, and other tissues that make up your body. Understanding your body composition is an essential step in managing your health and well-being

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2023-12-29 Last-Mod: 2024-03-09

Difference Between BMI and Body Composition

BMI and body composition are two methods of measuring a person's physical health and fitness level. This helps design proper diet and exercise plans suited to the individual.

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2024-01-23 Last-Mod: 2024-03-08

Role of Coconuts in Weight Management, What a Dietitian Says!

Coconuts are rich in medium-chain fatty acids that help weight loss by boosting your metabolic rate. As a plant, coconut contains a good amount of fiber, potassium and iron.