Edible Health- Our New Column in Edible Cleveland

Edible Health
Our New Column in Edible Cleveland

We are pleased to announce that the extraordinary magazine, Edible Cleveland, had invited Dr. Lavin to write a regular column, Edible Health, starting with their current issue, Summer 2015.


Edible Cleveland is our region's premiere magazine about eating well, eating locally in a gorgeous, celebratory style.   It is one of over 50 regional magazines that make up the Edible Communities publishing juggernaut.   Edible Communities is the world's largest publisher of information about local food resources. They print over 5 million issues a year across the US and Canada which are read by more than 5 million readers.  We are very fortunate to have Edible Cleveland, an Edible Communities publication, highlighting the extraordinary offerings of our local region in such a spectacular presentation.  Many thanks to the Publisher Noelle Celeste and Jon Benedict, the Editor, for assembling the impressive group of writers, illustrators, and photographers and making this phenomenal publication available to all of us.  

And so we are so grateful that Edible Cleveland, after careful consideration of health care experts in our region, selected Dr. Lavin to be their medical writer.   In the column Edible Health, exciting topics relating to health and eating will be explored and presented in a compelling format.

The magazine is published every season, so 4 issues a year.  You can pick up a free copy at Mitchell's Ice Cream and other outlets, or go to www.ediblecleveland.com to subscribe at a very reasonable cost, or to peruse their abundant online resources, including back issues.

Our first column is all about how the speed at which we eat can determine if we will be thin or overweight.  Compelling research from Stockholm presents evidence that eating rapidly can increase your waistline, while eating too slowly can actually lead to being too thin.  Details are in our inaugural column.  This fall, the Edible Health will present the fascinating story of why we chew, when we develop this demanding instinct, and how it impacts our lives.

So, once again, many thanks to Edible Cleveland for the opportunity to be part of this incredible publication.   We will be a distribution site for issues, but do go online as well.  We hope you enjoy our column and this great magazine.

To your health,
Dr. Arthur Lavin

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