Fellows in the News


Kendra Klein

Like the pioneers of the organic farming movement, a growing cadre of doctors, nurses and dietitians understand that healthy food begins with healthy soils. Unlike a traditional approach to nutrition, which focuses on measurable food components like calories, fats, and vitamins, a new wave of environmental nutrition is encouraging health professionals to look up from the microscope of nutrition science to ask a much broader question about food and health: How will we keep growing food on a planet threatened by energy crises, soil erosion, water pollution, and a host of other environmental problems?

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