A glass of milk with each meal was nonnegotiable for us as kids. But does it really do a body good? The idea that milk and dairy...continue reading
I’ve received over more than 40 competitive or investigator-initiated grants, totaling $6M+, from government agencies, non-profits, and industry.
Food policy brought me to Washington, D.C., and I still consult for groups using evidence-based science to positively impact public health.
I work with brands to help safely and efficaciously develop products that benefit both consumers and the environment.
I’ve done 100+ national TV interviews and been on the Dr. Oz Show for 4 years. I also work with local news and write for newspapers like USA Today, Detroit News, and Louisville Courier Journal.
With 15+ years of speaking experience, I’ve presented at national and international conferences alongside scientists and Fortune 500 CEOs alike.
Together with Dr. Sweta Chakraborty, I’m a co-host of the poplar Risky Behavior Podcast, a science-themed happy hour where no subject is off limits!
We Should Establish A National Institute of Nutrition (USA Today)
Genetically Engineered Foods Solve Nutritional Challenges (The Detroit News)
The Beef on Animal Agriculture that’s Mostly Bull ( Diplomatic Courier)
Is nutrition research broken? An interview with Taylor Wallace ( Scientific American)
It’s time to end fake news about GMO Foods being Unsafe (Louisville Courier Journal)
FDA Nominee Must consider misleading food labels (Washington Examiner)
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Nutrition Science Hasn't Changed Much The Dietary Guidelines for Americans contains the federal government’s nutrition advice for the p...continue reading