Chris Dinesen Rogers

Chris Dinesen Rogers is a freelance writer who specializes in science-based topics. She's also the author of several books and an accomplished watercolor artist whose work has sold around the world.

Science Education Background

Chris earned a B.S. in Biology from St. Cloud State University. Her degree serves her well when writing on topics involving nutrition and exercise. She has also enhanced her education by earning various licenses and certificates in related topics such as:

  • Environmental Law and Policy
  • Exercise Physiology
  • Nutrition Physical Activity

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Environmental Work

Chris has spent over 15 years working with the U.S. Forest Service, U.S. Fish and Wildlife, and the Illinois Department of Natural Resources. She uses the practical experience she has gained in writing on topics surrounding green living practices and organics.

Kentucky Colonel Honor

Along with her husband, she participated in a restoration project coordinated by the National Park Service at Mammoth Cave National Park in Kentucky. For their efforts, the Governor of Kentucky honored them with the distinguished Kentucky Colonel designation in 2000.

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Most Recent Contributions by Chris Dinesen Rogers

10 Ways to Conserve Soil

While it may be easy to dismiss the importance of dirt, it's a fact soil is vital to humankind. Stop soil erosion by finding ways to conserv ... Read More

Exercises for Army Basic Training

Army basic training exercises will not only prepare you for military service, but they can also provide a solid foundation for someone who a ... Read More

Gluten Intolerance and Magnesium

Gluten intolerance and magnesium deficiencies may go hand in hand due to the malabsorption effects of celiac disease. Magnesium is important ... Read More

Supercompensation Chart and Exercise Recovery

A review of the supercompensation chart and exercise recovery illustrates the science behind training. It also shows why you need to allow t ... Read More

What Can I Eat with Celiac Disease?

Fresh Fruits and Antioxidants Fruits are a nutrient-dense gluten-free option for individuals with celiac disease. You will benefit great ... Read More

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