How Diet and Food Interact with Geneswith Amanda Archibald
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What you'll learn from this expert talk:
- How food interacts with and influences your genes
- Which foods to put on your plate (and why!)
- Impact of our lifestyle and relationships on our genes
Widely recognized as a trailblazer, Amanda Archibald has a longstanding commitment to redefining food, nutrition and cooking education in ways that make it accessible and meaningful. In addition to founding The Genomic Kitchen, she also created the concept of culinary genomics -- a term she coined to express the revolutionary merging of nutrigenomics and the culinary arts. Her work in culinary genomics has created a cutting-edge frontier uniting the fields of genomic medicine with the culinary arts, bringing chefs and healthcare experts together. Archibald’s visionary approach and unique perspective is derived from more than two decades of innovation in nutrition science and culinary translation; her on-the-ground interaction with consumers, chefs and health professionals; and her work as a consultant to a variety of leading institutions and brands.
Amanda Archibald has degrees in French and German, and in nutrition science (dietetics) with extensive training in nutrition biochemistry and nutrigenomics. She has spoken at leading nutrition, medical, culinary, university and food industry conferences on four continents and in more than 100 US cities.