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Dr. Ingrid Kohlstadt

 

Nutrition doctor Ingrid Kohlstadt: Article in TIME Magazine Online

December 3rd, 2014

Dr. Kohlstadt is now honored to be a contributing author for TIME Magazine online. She is one of our nation’s thought leaders in nutritional medicine, and her textbooks are in medical school libraries throughtout the nation. Please read her latest article at this link:

http://time.com/author/ingrid-kohlstadt/

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The Nutrition Doctor is “In.”

May 26th, 2014

Doctor Ingrid Kohlstadt has set time aside in her schedule to accept phone or Skype consultations to optimize your wellness potential. As a nutrition doctor graduate of Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, and with Masters Degree in Public Health, Dr. Kohlstadt has dedicated her career to helping patients get their health on track.

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Nutrition Doctor Ingrid Kohlstadt Authors Townsend Letter Column for Nutrition Doctors (MD’s), RN’s, CNC’s, DDS and Other Health Care Professionals

May 3rd, 2014

Did you know that Dr. Kohlstadt has been authoring her column for her nutrition doctor colleagues, and health care professionals since 2006? Her column is entitled Optimizing Metabolism, and is published monthly.

Townsend Letter has a health care practitioner subscription base of over 10,000 nutrition doctors (MD’s), Osteopaths (DO’s), Naturopathic Doctors (ND’s), Dentists (DDS’s), PhD Nutritionists, Pharmacists (RPh’s), Nutritionists, Acupuncturists, and more.

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What does a nutrition doctor suggest for you?

April 24th, 2014

First and foremost, a nutrition doctor is not the same as a nutritionist. A nutrition doctor is a physician, trained at medical school. Nutritionists are not doctors (well, that is unless they have a PhD). As you may already know, many doctors will confide to  you that “We never learned about nutrition in medical school.” That’s changing, fortunately.

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Nutrition Doctors Will Enjoy Giving Their Patients a Copy of PickNIC

March 28th, 2014

Now, nutrition doctors nationwide have a new resource. PickNIC (an acronym for Pick Nutritious Ingredients Cost-effectively) is now available in print for your clinic’s waiting room, and is also available online in Ebook format.

PickNIC is Doctor Ingrid Kohlstadt’s “100 Best Brown Bag Lunches” and consists of her 100 top picks for healthful snacks.

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Johns Hopkins doctor helps restore grandparents’ role in family food selection

February 3rd, 2014

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Grandparents improve family wellbeing. In some cultures grandparental presence affects child health so favorably that it’s been nicknamed The Abuela (grandmother) Effect. How can grandparents continue this vital vibrant role in modern society? One doctor’s prescription is a brown-bag lunch.

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Ingrid Kohlstadt MD Lectures at Columbia University at Annual Conference for Nutrition Doctors

November 11th, 2013

columbia university where nutrition doctor ingrid kohlstadt presented to an annual conference of nutrition doctors

Last week, Dr. Kohlstadt was invited to lecture at a annual conference of nutrition doctors at Columbia University.

Her topic for presentation touched on the role of probiotics in helping to maintain a healthful micobiome balance, and her lecture was well received by physician nutrition specialists who traveled to New York from around the world.

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Nutrition Doctor Ingrid Kohlstadt Meets With NAESP Principals; Nutrition Benefits Academic Outcomes

July 20th, 2013
Robyn Conrad, PhD. and NAESP Board Member District 9 spoke with Nutrition Doctor Ingrid Kohlstadt at the 2013 NAESP convention about NutriBee, The Johns Hopkins Project.

Robyn Conrad, PhD. and NAESP Board Member District 9 spoke with Nutrition Doctor Ingrid Kohlstadt at the 2013 NAESP convention about NutriBee, The Johns Hopkins Project.

Nutrition Doctor Ingrid Kohlstadt attended the National Association of Elementary School Principals Convention 2013 in Baltimore, MD last week. She presented the Johns Hopkins Project, NutriBee to school leaders in over 20 states.

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What is a Nutrtion Doctor?

June 28th, 2013

A nutrition doctor is a physician who specializes in advancing medicine with food and nutrients. Physician nutrition specialist Ingrid Kohlstadt  MD, MPH is a nutrition doctor specialist, and is board certified in preventive medicine as a Fellow of American College of Preventive Medicine (FACPM) and also as a Fellow of the American College of Nutrition (FACN).

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A Nutrition Doctor at Yale: Ingrid Kohlstadt MD, MPH

April 13th, 2013

Nutrition Doctor Ingrid Kohlstadt MD, MPH was invited to present at Yale this weekend introducing the Hopkins Project: NutriBee at their GHIC Conference.

NutriBee is a non-profit 501c3 nationwide project founded by  Dr. Kohlstadt who is the NutriBee Executive Director. NutriBee research is conducted by the Center for Human Nutrition at Johns Hopkins University with support from MetLife Foundation . For more information visit http://www.NutriBee.org

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