Mixing equal parts scientific authority and easy southern charm, Dr. Taylor Wallace is the professor you wish you had. His appearances are fresh, fun and unapologetically geeky, designed to take the intimidation out of complex science. Both rigorous and eminently likeable, Taylor shoots down food myths with cold hard science and then hands you a perfectly caramelized slice of apple cake. Taylor’s mission is to make a healthy and safe food supply accessible to everyone — and to have a delicious time doing it.
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-The Good Dish
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-The Doctors – CBS Television
Getting politics out of food
– Real Clear Health
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Genetically engineered foods solve nutritional challenges
-The Detroit News
The beef on animal agriculture that’s mostly bull
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-Louisville Courier Journal
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-Medical News Today
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-Medical News Today
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-Very Well Health
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Taylor C. Wallace, PhD, CFS, FACN, is Principal and CEO at the Think Healthy Group and a Professor in the Department of Nutrition and Food Studies at George Mason University. His academic research interests are in the area of nutritional interventions to promote health and prevent the onset of chronic disease. Dr. Wallace has a PhD an MS in Food Science and Nutrition from The Ohio State University and a BS in Food Science from the University of Kentucky. He operates the popular food and nutrition blog, www.DrTaylorWallace.com, is a member of Forbes Health Advisory Board, and a regular guest commentator in the mainstream media, regularly seen on NBC4 Washington and the Dr. Oz Show. He is a fellow of the American College of Nutrition and is the 2015 recipient of the Charles A. Regus Award, given by the American College of Nutrition for original research and innovation in the field of nutrition. Dr. Wallace is a Senior Fellow of the Center for Magnesium Education & Research, the Editor-in-chief of the Journal of the Dietary Supplements, Deputy Editor-in-chief of the Journal of the American College of Nutrition, Nutrition Section Editor of Annals of Medicine, the editor of seven academic textbooks, author of over 75 peer-reviewed manuscripts and book chapters, and author of the cookbook, Sizzling Science. In 2021, the Governor of Kentucky commissioned Dr. Wallace a Kentucky Colonel, the state’s highest title of honor.