Jul 31, 2019
Join board certified dermatologists Dr. Raja and Dr. Hadar for an in-depth conversation about the benefits and pitfalls of high carbohydrate vs high fat diets in the second half of a two part-series with Kimber Stanhope, RD, PhD, a research nutritional biologist and trained registered dietitian from the Department of Molecular Biosciences at the University of California, Davis. Looking to take part in the larger conversation about Integrative Dermatology? Register today for the 2019 Integrative Dermatology Symposium taking place October 3-5, at the Marriott Coronado Island in beautiful San Diego, California. https://integrativedermatologysymposium.com/
Dr. Kimber Stanhope is Research Nutritional Biologist in the Department of Molecular Biosciences, University of California Davis, and a nationally/internationally recognized expert on the health effects of added sugar consumption. She is currently conducting her 5th NIH-awarded clinical study, which includes a recently funded investigation comparing the consumption of sucrose-sweetened beverages and naturally-sweetened orange juice on metabolic processes involved in the development of cardiometabolic disease. She has authored/coauthored over 40 research reports and reviews on the topic of sugar consumption. She has made over 50 presentations at state/national/international conferences and summits and has participated in more than 100 interviews, which included appearances on CBS 60 Minutes and CBC 5th Estate.