David Ludwig, MD, PhD, is an endocrinologist and researcher at Boston Children’s Hospital, professor of pediatrics at Harvard Medical School, and professor of nutrition at Harvard School of Public Health. Described as an “obesity warrior” by TIME magazine, Dr. Ludwig has been featured in the New York Times and on NPR, ABC, NBC, CBS, and CNN, among others.
Dawn Ludwig has devoted her career to helping people discover the fun, beauty, and delicious taste of natural foods. For 15 years, she owned and directed The Natural Epicurean Academy of Culinary Arts of Austin, Texas. The school was recognized as a one of the top “Cutting Edge Cuisine” cooking schools in the U.S., according to Vegetarian Times (December 2000).
In addition to training up-and- coming chefs, Dawn’s passion is guiding families to incorporate better foods into their everyday lives. With a 22-year old daughter and a 12-year old son, she has first-hand experience as a busy mother and business owner putting delicious and nutritious food on the dinner table. Her 25 years of experience working with culinary students, teachers, patients and health care practitioners has taught her what works, what doesn’t, and most importantly, how to work with families to make living healthier a practical reality.
Kenzie Osborne is a Chef, Blogger, AH Health Coach and Recipe Developer. Since graduating culinary school, Kenzie has devoted her time to helping others learn how to build a positive relationship with food.
She graduated top of her class from the Culinary Nutrition Management program at George Brown College where she discovered the AH way of eating. Kenzie has since been actively involved with the Ludwigs developing new recipes, resources, and classes, as well as formatting meal plans and menus for those with special dietary needs.
Having suffered from a severe eating disorder, the AH Solution helped Kenzie to re-establish a healthy relationship with food, strengthen her body, boost her energy, and improve her mood. Her increased energy levels, decreased stress, mood improvements, and overall increased mental and physical health inspired her to share this program with others. From creating specialized meal plans to developing new recipes to coaching clients through our 3-month JumpStart program – Kenzie brings a wide range of skills to the coaching table.