Dina Khader

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Dina is a registered dietitian and integrative nutrition consultant with a Master of Science degree in nutrition from New York Medical College. She is also a Master Fellow and featured presenter with the Institute for Human Individuality. With a nationally-acclaimed private nutrition practice with over 25 years experience, Dina has studied with some of the leading-edge functional medicine doctors around the world.


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Weight Loss

The vast majority of people who come to Dina for weight loss solutions don’t have any horrible genetic predisposition to being obese or medical condition that’s stopping them from losing weight. They’re just eating in a way that wars with their blood type.


Your years on the planet have much less to do with how your body is aging than you think. The real culprits are “inflammation, underuse and misuse.” You’ll look and feel renewed when you commit to reclaiming the energy, vitality and health you had.

Cancer Care

Cancer is a complex disease. The effectiveness of nutritional treatment depends on how early it is started. While nutritional therapy can’t cure cancer, it can give you back the ability to move through your treatment with more dignity and sense of control.

Immunity + Allergy

Allergies are a symptom of an over-active immune system. While strong immunity is usually a good thing, sometimes the body gets into a feedback loop of stimulus and immune response, usually due to toxicity in the body.

GI Relief

Sufferers of gastrointestinal complications often grow tired of making plans around known bathroom spots, tired of living a life crippled by enduring pain and waning confidence, and most of all, tired of doctors saying “we’ve done what we can…”

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Grilling Dangers and How to Avoid Them

With the July 4th weekend just around the corner, a lot of us will be looking forward to get-togethers with friends and family. But if your gathering will include grilling, you should be aware of the very serious health hazards presented by this popular cooking technique. The American Institute for Cancer Research recently looked at over 7,000 studies on grilled food, and concluded that grilling is a significant cause of carcinogens in food. Health hazards associated with grilling include polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs), heterocyclic amines (HCAs), and advanced glycation endproducts (AGEs). All three are carcinogens, and pose significant risk to...
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New Research Links Cell Phones to Cancer

We've been talking about the overwhelming evidence that cell phone RF radiation is dangerous for awhile now, but a government-funded 15-year study just made it official. The National Toxicology Program (NTP), a division of the National Institutes for Health, determined that cell phone radiation exposure caused significant tumor growth in rats. Christoper Portier, the now-retired head of the NTP who launched the study, responded to the study with concern. "This is by far-far and away-the most carefully done cell phone bioassay, a biological assessment. This is a classic study that is done for trying to understand cancers in humans... It...
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Balancing Hormones Through Better Nutrition

Last week I shared with you some new information about the close link between hormone balance and brain health. Since maintaining healthy brain function into our later years is so important to so many of us, clients have been asking me how they can maintain hormone balance through better nutrition. What we eat has a huge effect on our hormones, so eating for hormone balance is a great idea for everyone. Now that we know your mental health depends on it, it's even more important! Here are some tips for keeping your hormone balance in check: Be Careful with Red Meat....
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