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Audrey T. Cross, Ph.D.: “The satisfaction from eating a delicious meal and the satisfaction from having sex both activate pleasure receptors in the brain,” says Audrey T. Cross, Ph. D., a professor of nutrition, School of Public Health.
Bombarded daily with complex, sometimes controversial, and ever-changing food and nutrition news, consumers confront confusion and food fear fatigue as they try to fathom the facts for a healthy diet and lifestyle.
How much broccoli is enough to prevent cancer? Will sprinkling flaxseed on your food reduce heart disease risk? Should you drink wine with dinner? Is the Food Pyramid making the nation fat? What’s the best lunch to maximize work performance? Can you really loose ten pounds in ten days? Does healthy eating mean meals that taste like cardboard? Why are the French so healthy and thin eating rich and delicious meals? What is it about the Mediterrean diet that promotes good health?
Dr. Audrey puts a friendly face on science, making it easy to grasp, fun and entertaining to hear. She turns food, nutrition and wine into simple, sensuous and sensible tips that people can use to enhance their health and well being.
Dr. Audrey Cross is available for interviews, appearances and speeches. Her keynotes and presentations can be personalized for your audience. She speaks on nutrition, the health benefits of wine, life-long health, lasting weight loss and more. She informs, inspires, entertains and educates with practical, common sense strategies for creating an “Appetite for Healthy Living.”
From professional and other interest groups, to corporate employees, educators and healthcare professionals, Dr. Audrey provides compelling messages and practical strategies for healthy living that can be focused on an area of particular interest to your group. If you’re in charge of planning an event, contact us to discuss a customized program for your audience.
Dr. Audrey Cross is one of the nation’s most frequently quoted nutrition authorities. Her deepth and breadth of interests in food, culinary arts, wine and health bring a diverse array of expertise to audiences of all ages.
Dr. Audrey’s common sense approach to health is reflected in her “Appetite for Healthy Living” programs. Her culinary wizzardy is demonstrated in her cooking programs for new brides and cooks, “Bride’s Basics.” She shares secrets of wine and health in her latest role as vigneronne (vineyard owner and winemaker) from her home at Villa Milagro Vineyards.
Dr. Audrey is no self-styled nutrition expert. She has impeccable academic credentials, years of experience as both a top government official and university professor and an impressive resume of television, media and public acclaim. Her resume reflects a varied and eclectic approach to nutrition and health.
“This explains why humans often associate eating with sex.” And while the notion of aphrodisiacs is largely unfounded, there are certain foods that can energize you, trigger your libido, and give you stronger orgasms. Eat these foods regularly for a boost in the bedroom.
Audrey T. Cross, Ph.D., has been Associate Clinical Professor at the Institute of Human Nutrition at the School of Public Health of Columbia University.
She also works as a consultant in the areas of nutrition and health policy.
She has served as a special assistant to the United States Secretary of Agriculture as Coordinator for Human Nutrition Policy and has worked with both the United States Senate and the California State Senate on nutrition policy matters.
Dr. Cross received a BS in dietetics, a Master of Public Health in nutrition and a Ph.D. and a J.D.
She appeared on major national television shows –
NBC’s TODAYABC’s Good Morning America
CBS’s CBS This MorningOPHRA
WORLD NEWS TONIGHT REGIS Lifestyles
GERALDO HOUR MAGAZINE
and dozens of appearances on: “What’s New” (AMERICA’S TALKING), “Live with Sonja” (CNN), “Cover-to-Cover(NBC), “Living in the 90’s with Christie Brinkley” (CNN), “Queens” (LIFETIME), “Recipe for Health” (TVFood), MS-NBC, FOXNews
She hosted national cable television shows
“Calling Dr. Mirkin” on THE LEARNING CHANNEL
“Ask the Dietitian” on AMERICA’s HEALTH NETWORK
and had her own regular segments on
CBS THIS MORNING
CNBC’s “America’s Vital Signs”
CORNUCOPIA – syndicated news inserts
Her articles and comments have appeared in
TIME FAMILY CIRCLE
AMERICAN HEALTHWOMEN’S DAY
REDBOOK WOMAN”S WORLD
GoodHousekeeping and many many more
She is quoted in newspapers like
THE NEW YORK TIMESLOS ANGELES TIMES
USA TODAYBOSTON GLOBE
CHICAGO TRIBUNEDENVER POST
MIAMI HERALD and dozens of others
In addition to being one of the nation’s most quoted nutritionist, Dr. Cross has authored numerous academic publications for medical, health and scientific journals, and has also written several books for the general public
Season by Choice Menu Plan
with Dick Van Patten 100,000 copies distributed by Libby’s Food Company
The Better Body Book
by Dr. Audrey Cross for the Mid-Atlantic Milk Marketing Association
4 editions, together distributed over 10 million copies
Nutrition for the Working Woman
by Dr. Audrey Cross, Simon & Schuster
named the best nutrition book of the year by Vogue Magazine, Fitness Magazine,
Self, US, Glamour
PDR Family Guide to Nutrition and Health
Dr. Audrey Cross, editor, Medical Economics Publications
Let’s Get Fit!
Dr. Audrey Cross, America’s Health Network
more than 3000 copies distributed over 2 months via cable tv show