This week, I am thrilled to be attending the international summit “Finding Common Ground,” sponsored by the non-profit nutrition organization Oldways, and co-chaired by Dr. Walter Willett of the Harvard School of Public Health and my husband, Dr. David Katz, Founding Director of the Yale Prevention Research Center.
I have to admit I haven’t been this excited about a scientific conference since my graduate and Post-Doc days…and that’s a long time!
The conference will bring together scientific and medical experts on diets widely ranging from Paleo to Vegan, Mediterranean to Low-GIycemic, to find their common denominator and agree on a common core of nutrition facts.
Of course, I have been privileged to have an insider’s view (He is theory and I am practice!) and I am pretty sure that Cuisinicity will prove to be right in the sweet spot.
So this week, on my homepage, I am featuring some of the Cuisinicity tips that I have written over the last year, that are germane to the “philosophy” behind my recipes, in case you have missed them!
You’ll also note that the whole food categories that I chose to display prominently on the sidebar to your left –so you can always access them….go ahead and peek!–are veggies, fruit, beans, legumes, nuts & seeds and whole grains–That’s it!
For now, I am just thrilled and honored to watch the world experts convene and work together for that patch of ground common to the fundamentals of healthy eating, because in unity, there is strength!
I’ll keep you apprised of course! I just have a feeling that I will be coming back inspired to create more Cuisinicity recipes that you will love…and that will love you back!