Food, Field to Fork: How to Grow Sustainably, Shop Wisely, Cook Nutritiously, and Eat Deliciously

This book is a delightful, funny, practical guide to sound nutrition and wellness, cooking, and sustainable gardening written by a registered dietitian. You’ll learn about food in its continuum from planting, harvesting and preparation to eating and its effect on your health. More

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Language: English
About Anita M. Kobuszewski

Anita M. Kobuszewski, MS, RD, is a great cook, avid sustainable gardener of food she eats, and registered dietitian who lives and practices dietetics in northern California. In her new book, FOOD, Field to Fork: How to Grow Sustainably, Shop Wisely, Cook Nutritiously, and Eat Deliciously, Kobuszewski combines humorous personal life stories as a nutrition expert with easy-to-understand nutrition information and easy-to-read practical tips for making sensible, healthy food choices that are also eco-friendly. She is a frequent expert guest for local television and radio in the San Francisco Bay Area on the topics of food, nutrition and wellness. She was the featured food and nutrition expert on the Discovery Channel’s Total Family Health Tour and the Fine Living Network's ALL THAT'S FIT show with a focus on fitness, food and healthy living. Kobuszewski has written over 800 newspaper and newsletter articles on wellness, nutrition, cooking, and health. A native Kansan and veteran military member, she has taught foods and nutrition in community colleges and universities in Kansas and California. An accomplished athlete, Anita has successfully coached amateur, elite athletes, and recreational athletes on proper sports nutrition.

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