Chris is a professor of nutrition, sustainability, and health. He uses his diverse set of experiences as well as a strong knowledge base to write for both scientific and professional audiences as well as lay audiences. He is well-published in strong journals and has co-authored a book targeting professionals and active community members interested in local foods and community development.
One of his greatest passions, however, is translating research into actionable information for everyone, and across platforms. Along these lines, Chris maintains a blog where he translates science in diverse areas for behavior change strategies that cover health, sustainability, happiness, and financial management.
Specialties include nutrition, weight management, resistance and endurance training for health, issues of food system sustainability, local foods, vegetarianism, voluntary simplicity (something like the minimalism movement), happiness and stress management, and entrepreneurship.
Chris has a strong interest in behavior change strategies both for individual health and for lessening our environmental impact. He is also interested in local foods issues, vegetarianism, and weight loss/management. Outside of health and sustainability areas, Chris's interests include strategies for effective and healthful parenting, music performance, creativity, entrepreneurship, and financial management.
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