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Dr. Akua Woolbright
Dr. Akua Woolbright, Ph.D., is an authoritative expert on nutrition with a passion for helping individuals and communities live healthier lives. As Nutrition Program Director of Whole Cities Foundation, she has helped create and implement the organization’s national healthy eating program and championed its mission to increase access to quality nutrition education and support.
About Whole Cities Foundation
Visit the Whole Cities Foundation website to learn about the organization’s efforts to inspire lifelong eating habits and improve health throughout the nation.
Whole Foods Market
Whole Foods was founded in 1980 on the belief that where food comes from, and how it’s grown, matters. It meant creating quality standards, working with suppliers who achieve them, and sharing that information with customers. And it radically changed the way people understood and shopped for food.
This Doctor is Working with Whole Foods to Create Nutritional Classes for African Americans Amid COVID-19 (Black Enterprise)
Nourishing Our Bodies and Making Healthy Eating Equitable (Balanced Black Girl Podcast)
The Science Behind Why Eating Is So Comforting (MyFitnessPal Blog)
Women in Wellness: “Rework Breakfast” with Dr. Akua Woolbright Ph.D. (Authority Magazine)
Going “Mostly Plant-Based” is Vastly Beneficial for Your Health and The Planet (The Beet)
Eight Daily Habits to Maintain While Working from Home (Martha Stewart Living)
How to Eat Well When You Live in a Food Desert (The Good Trade)
30 Ways to Self-Isolate Better (Eat This, Not That!)
Dr. Akua Woolbright Ph.D: “It is ok to be selfish” (Thrive Global)
A world of flavor at your doorstep (North Jersey.com)
Chia Seeds vs. Flaxseeds: What’s the Difference? (MSN)
Should You Be Eating Chia Seeds? Here’s What Nutritionists Say (MSN)
Doctor Teams Up With Whole Foods To Give Free Nutrition Classes To African Americans (Because Of Them We Can)