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Author, Freelance Writer

Author and Freelance Writer

Author of The Indian Vegan Kitchen and New Indian Home Cooking

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Freelance Writing and Communications

Madhu's articles inspire, inform, and help readers make changes in their life in a realistic manner.

Madhu Gadia has worked as a health editor for Better Homes and Gardens (Meredith Corporation). She was the editor for Diabetic Living®, Heart Healthy Living®, and Diet® magazines. She was the “Ask CDE” columnist for Diabetic Living® magazine and the managing editor of Diet magazine.

She’s now working as a freelance health writer; writing about health and nutrition for national consumer magazines and custom publications. Her articles have appeared in numerous health and food publications. Her articles inspire, inform, and help readers make changes in their life in a realistic manner. Her areas of expertise are healthy eating, diabetes, heart disease, and weight loss.

  • Health/Nutrition articles for magazines, newspapers, websites
  • Recipe Development: Include recipes in articles, as needed
  • Custom Nutrition Brochures/Handout
  • Author

For Writing Assignment, please contact Madhu

Sample Articles:

 

Diabetic Living®
10 Tips for Healthfull Holiday (PDF)

Diet 2008®
Editor’s Letter (PDF)

Heart Healthy Living®
Downsize Your Dinner Plate (PDF)

 

 

 

 

Other Articles

Diet 2009®
Editor’s Letter

Diabetes Forecast®
Flavors of India: Prepare the marvelous dishes of India right in your own kitchen

 
Appetizers Magazine®
Indian Buffet for less than $100 (PDF)

Vegetarian Times®
Indian Vegetarian Cuisine

 

 

Booklet: Co-authored:


Download the entire booklet here.

Indian Foods: AAPI's Guide
To Health, Nutrition, and Diabetes
(PDF)

 

OR go to http://aapiusa.org/resources/nutrition.asp

Indian Foods: AAPI's Guide to Health, Nutrition and Diabetes

(Information copied from American Association of Physicians of Indian Origin--AAPI's website.)

The Public Health Committee led by Dr. Thakor Patel are proud to present this book as a service to the community.

This book tries to present some practical guidelines for health professionals working with Indian clients and the clients themselves who wish to understand how to manage chronic disease conditions such as diabetes and cardiovascular disease.

We focus on the different regional cuisines and provide background information to illuminate the cultural context from which the ethnic foods and food habits have evolved. Included are meal patterns highlighting typical and modified meal patterns for clients with diabetes, tips for changes and suggestions for weekend planning and how to modify a high-fat recipe into a more heart-healthy one.

 


 

 

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