Posted on Jan 28, 2000

Jane Brody, nutrition columnist and author of the
best-selling Jane Brody's Good Food Book, will speak on
Wednesday, Feb. 2 at 7:30 p.m. in Memorial Chapel.

The talk, which is free and open to the public, is part
of the College's “Perspectives at the Nott” series.

She will talk on “Women's Health: Fitting Good
Food and Fitness Into Your Busy Life.”

Jane Brody is a veteran medical journalist and author of
seven books, including the best-selling Jane Brody's Good Food Book.
Personal health columnist for the New York Times, she is a highly
respected fitness and nutrition expert, known for her message that
moderation and variety, not deprivation and denial, are the keys to
healthy nutrition.

Brody received her B.S. degree in biochemistry from the
New York State College of Agriculture and Life Sciences at Cornell
University and a master's degree in science writing from the University
of Wisconsin School of Journalism.

Among her books are Secrets to Good Health, You Can
Fight Cancer and Win, Jane Brody's Allergy Fighter,
and Jane
Brody's Good Food Book Gourmet