I became interested in food and nutrition when I was a teenager with health issues. I met with a Registered Dietitian who assisted me in ensuring what I ate was wholesome, nutritious and enjoyable. Through this experience I discovered not only what I eat impacts how I feel and my overall health, but it also placed me on my career path of ultimately becoming a Registered Dietitian. Once I became a dietitian, I decided to pursue a Ph.D. to ensure I had the training to conduct, interpret, and apply cutting edge food and nutrition research. During my Ph.D. program, I discovered one of my other passions, making beer. I am an avid home brewer and have taken a number of advanced brewing courses to truly understand the beer making process. As a beer connoisseur, I love to make and sample a variety of beer styles, as well as find the right healthy food pairings. My philosophy is all foods can fit. Eliminating foods or deprivation is not productive towards reaching one’s goal. I provide balanced and practical advice on eating right without following a fad or quick fix diet. Empowering others to make them feel their best is fulfilling and awarding. When working with me you can expect a science based approach that is practical and implementable. Even as science is evolving, I stay on top of the latest nutrition research. Food is such a personal and even emotional topic for many. However I let evidence based science guide my decisions and am not shy in stating my opinion, even if controversial. As a respected scientist, I have been asked to debate the science in presentations or in the media. Discussions lead to insight and growth as there is no one size fit approach with nutrition. As the founder and owner of Dubost Food and Nutrition Solutions, LLC, I can provide practical tips and sound advice on a range of nutrition and food topics with videos, media appearances, articles and expert interviews. Below are a few blog posts I have written on a variety of topics. If you have questions on nutrition and food science topics please contact me.
Michael Moss, in his book Salt Sugar Fat: How the Food Giants Hooked Us, attempts to build a case that the food industry scientifically and strategically manipulates various ingredients in food and beverages to drive overconsumption, which in turn… Continue reading