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Kitty Broihier, MS, RD, LD is the Nutrition advisor and spokesperson for the Wild Blueberry Association of North America. She is a Registered and Licensed Dietitian with a Masters Degree in Nutrition and is the owner of NutriComm Inc., a food communications consulting company specializing in nutrition communications.

Ms. Broihier received a Bachelor of Science degree in Dietetics from Michigan State University and a Master of Science degree in Nutrition Communications from Boston University.

She is a co-author of several cookbooks, the most recent of which is Everyday Gluten-Free Slow Cooking (Sterling, 2012). Previously on the editorial staff at Good Housekeeping magazine, Ms. Broihier is the author of many magazine articles, and contributes regularly to a variety of national and regional publications and blogs.

Kitty is an active member of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics (AND), where she belongs to several Dietetic Practice Groups. She has served on the Board of Directors for the Maine Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics for 15 years, including two terms as President. Kitty and her husband, two teenagers, cat Smudge and dog Lucy all reside in South Portland, Maine.

 

Thank you, Susan!

Susan DavisA special thanks to Susan B. Davis, MS, RD who was the former Nutrition advisor and spokesperson for the Wild Blueberry Association of North America from 1985 through 2014. Over those 19 years of service, Susan was a tireless advocate for Wild Blueberries and supported and promoted numerous research and nutrition initiatives that helped us uncover the true importance of adding a daily dose of our little blue fruit to a healthy diet. In fact, Susan was instrumental in the creation and facilitation of the annual Bar Harbor Health Research Summit that brings together leading berry health researchers from around the world each year and helps expedite berry health research.

Read Susan’s article: Are Anti-inflammatories the New Antioxidants?

Learn more from Susan about how to get on the right nutritional track: