Interview: Tuesday February 1, 2011

I was a guest on Jimmy Moore's "Livin La Vida Low Carb" podcast. You can listen to that interview here.

Livin La Vida Low Carb,
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Book Review: Tuesday January 4, 2011

Running With Mascara, the official blog of Fit & Fab Living called Syndrome W "groundbreaking" in a recent blog post.

Running With Mascara,
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Media Feature: Monday December 20, 2010

Groomed L.A. published my "Go Green for the Holidays" article. This article provides some tips for eating healthy during the holiday season.

Groomed L.A., Go Green for the Holidays
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Book Review: Thursday November 18, 2010

Mom Gadget published a kind review of Syndrome W.

"Syndrome W—A Woman’s Guide to Reversing Midlife Weight Gain by Harriette R. Mogul, M.D., M.P.H. is  very interesting and informative. It discusses the causes of women gaining weight after they reach forty.Syndrome W, which was discovered by endocrinologist Dr. Harriette Mogul, is a metabolic condition caused by an abnormality in insulin levels that is commonly found in women ages 30-60+ who are experiencing midlife weight gain.",
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Book Endorsement: Monday November 1, 2010

Dr. Mogul's empathic approach helps empower women struggling with midlife weight gain. Her book offers medical and lifestyle choices for women who are dealing with how losing a youthful waist line can damage health as well as self image.

Judith Wylie-Rosett, Ed.D., R.D., author of the American Diabetes Association's "The Complete Weight Loss Workbook" and division head for Behavioral and Nutritioc

Book Endorsement: Wednesday September 1, 2010

Harriette Mogul presents the science behind 'Syndrome W,' with its associated increase in abdominal girth, how to diagnose the condition, and very practical methods to treat the disorder. Written in a style that is both erudite and elucidatin, she discusses the reasons for the increase in weight occurring in some women even before menopause and the consequences of not dealing with the condition, both emotionally and therapeutically. Her 'Mogul Protocol' is simple, effective, and withoutside-effects. Kudos to Harriette for putting Syndrome W 'on the map' and for all her years of hard work. A must read for women with perimenopausal abdominal 'spread!'

Derek LeRoith, M.D., Ph.D., chief of the Division of Endocrinology, Diabetes, and Bone Diseases, Mount SInai School of Medicine