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The New Rules of Food with Kristin Kirkpatrick

Premiered on Detroit Public Television November 25, 2017

Kristin-Kirkpatrick-portrait.jpgKristin Kirkpatrick is the Wellness Manager at the Cleveland Clinic, and a regular Today Show contributor. Her goal is to help you navigate nutrition labels to achieve a healthier, happier life.

200 years ago, there really were no rules about food. Everything that was available to eat was sourced locally, organic, in season, and unprocessed. There were no labels to decipher or packaging claims to challenge you. All food was real food.

Things have changed. More foods are available to us than ever, which is great. What’s not so great is that so many of the foods that used to be food for us are no longer healthy due to over-processing, added sugars, hormones, pesticides, and artificial ingredients that you can’t even pronounce!

Today, we need food rules if we want to heal our bodies. Join Kristin Kirkpatrick, MS, RD, LD as she breaks down her simple guidelines that will help you decipher ever-changing diet fads, updating regulations about packaging claims and nutrition labels.

MEET THE DOCTOR: Kristin Kirkpatrick, MS, RD, LD is a licensed, Registered Dietitian and the Wellness Manager at the Cleveland Clinic Wellness Institute, and oversees the nutrition component of Cleveland Clinic’s Lifestyle 180 program, which is focused on disease reversal. With her down-to-earth approachable style and expert credentials, Kristin is frequently invited by the media to appear and discuss a variety of nutrition and wellness-related topics. She writes columns for the Huffington Post, US News and World Report online, and Cleveland Clinic Health Hub and has contributed to the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Cleveland Plain Dealer, the Washington Post, Fitness, Self, Today’s Dietitian, Martha Stewart Whole Living, and Women’s Health magazines to name a few. 

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