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Diana Hunter

Diana Hunter is a nationally noted author, speaker, and consultant with a diversified background in journalism and nutritional research. She holds dual honors degrees in conventional and holistic nutrition. Her background includes studies and awards in behavioral science. Her literary achievements include the award-winning book The Ritalin-Free Child: Managing Hyperactivity & Attention Deficits Without Drugs, which has been reviewed in over 100 magazines, newspapers, newsletters, and internet newsmagazines. Articles on this title have appeared in Instructor Magazine, Feingold News, and Our Children - The National PTA Magazine.

Ms. Hunter is also the author of FoodSmart: Understanding Nutrition in the 21st Century (Consumer Press, 2009), an unconventional, easy-to-read guide designed to help consumers make sense of conflicting nutrition information and make educated dietary choices. The title includes a wide variety of traditional and current topics, including diets, dieting, supplements, genetically modified foods, organics, labeling, life cycle nutrition, sweeteners, fats, proteins, carbohydrates, and food and drug interactions.

Ms. Hunter has been seen and heard internationally on over 200 radio and television networks including CNN, The Discovery Channel, The Business News Network, Prescription For Health, Talking Health, Creative Health Network, Children's Express, The Christian Television Broadcast Network, and The Stan Solomon Show. National network television appearances include CNN's TalkBack Live. Her current tour schedule includes Atlanta, North Carolina, New Jersey, New York, Massachussets, and Maine.

She resides in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida.


  • Annual speaker, Women in Communications (1999-2002)
  • Monthly columnist, Parenting Plus Magazine (1996 - 2000)
  • Annual speaker, Child Care Resource & Referral Early Childhood Conferences (1998 - 2002)
  • Continuing education presenter, Palm Beach County, Florida School System

    Awards & Notable Standing
  • Recipient of a Parents' Choice Approval award
  • Current nominee for several literary awards, including an IBPA
  • Benjamin Franklin Award and an Indie Award.
  • Titles chosen for conversion to audio and Braille as part of the
  • Library of Congress program for the deaf and blind.