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Kathie Madonna Swift

Chief Nutritionist

MyFoodMyHealth Inc

HQ Phone:  (212) 396-2329

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MyFoodMyHealth Inc

29 E 64th St

New York City, New York,10065

United States

Company Description

MyFoodMyHealth focuses on the simple goodness of sharing a meal and the healing powers of delicious, whole foods to enhance your life and manage your health conditions. Whether you're a diabetic cooking for one, or a parent cooking for family members with cond...more

Background Information

Employment History

Nutritionist

mycanyonranch.com


Co-Director

Food & Culinary Professionals


Nutrition Director

Ultra Prevention


Affiliations

Nutritional Medicinals LLC

Medical Advisory Board


Institute for Functional Medicine

Nutrition Advisory Board


SwiftNutrition

Founder, SwiftNutrition


Integrative Practitioner

Advisory Board Member


Dietitians

Nutrition Advisory Boards


Optimal Health and Prevention Research Foundation

Senior Nutrition Advisor


Free & Clear , Inc.

Advisory Board Member


Georgetown University

Faculty Committee Advisor


DrHyman.com Inc

Member


Vegetarian

Member


Clinician's Journal

Advisory Board


My Foundation Diet

Founder


PlateÂ

Founder


Education

Nutrition Advisory Board


MS


bachelor's degree

food and nutrition

State University of New York , Plattsburgh


graduate degree

Nutrition

Arizona State University


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MyFoodMyHealth Experts

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Kathie Madonna Swift, MS RD LDN
Chief Dietitian & Nutritionist Kathie Madonna Swift is a Registered Dietitian and Licensed Nutritionist. Kathie has been recognized as one of the top clinical nutritionists in the world, known for her inspirational and visionary work in medical nutrition therapy. She shares her passion for the healing power of food through her work as co-director of Food As Medicine and as a teacher of nutrition and cooking immersion programs at Kripalu Center for Yoga and Health. More


Tai Sophia Faculty - Graduate Degree in Nutrition and Integrative Health

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Kathie Madonna Swift, M.S., RD, LDN
Kathie Madonna Swift, M.S., RD, LDN, is a leading integrative nutrition practitioner and educator. She is a curriculum designer of the Food As Medicine program, sponsored by the Center for Mind-Body Medicine; Chief Nutrition Advisor for myfoodmyhealth.com, an online program offering customized meal plans; and author of My Foundation Diet, a gluten and dairy-free food plan available on CD at myfoundationdiet.com. Ms. Swift served as nutrition director at Canyon Ranch for over a decade.


Kathie Swift, MS, RDN, LDN | American Meditation Institute

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Kathie Swift, MS, RDN, LDN
Kathie Swift, MS, RDN, LDN Kathie Swift, MS, RDN, LDN Kathie Swift is a leading educator and practitioner in the field of integrative nutrition. She is author of The Inside Tract: Your Good Gut Guide to Great Digestive Health and the chief nutrition advisor for myfoodmyhealth.com. Kathie is a Licensed Registered Dietitian with 30 years of clinical experience and a founding member of the Institute for Functional Medicine Nutrition Advisory Board.


What Your Body Is Trying to Tell You: 9 Signs You Shouldn't Ignore

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How to respond: When the urge for diet soda strikes, Kathie Swift, MS, RD, LDN, chief nutrition adviser for the online-based sites MyFoodMyHealth and My Foundation Diet, suggests drinking sparkling water flavored with a splash of 100 percent fruit juice and a squeeze of lime.


9 Symptoms You Shouldn't Ignore - From Your Hurst Chiropractor - Aspire Chiropractic | Dr. James Taylor, D.C. Hurst, TX

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How to respond: When the urge for diet soda strikes, Kathie Swift, MS, RD, LDN, chief nutrition adviser for the online-based sites MyFoodMyHealth and My Foundation Diet, suggests drinking sparkling water flavored with a splash of 100 percent fruit juice and a squeeze of lime.
How to respond: Drinking eight 8-ounce glasses of water a day can be intimidating, says Swift, so if you're not able to quaff that amount, you can still get hydrated by sipping herbal tea and working additional servings of fruits and vegetables into your daily diet. "The transition to a more whole-foods diet puts us on autopilot to get more water because they are naturally high in moisture," says Swift. If you want other ways to sneak extra roughage into your day, Swift suggests sprinkling rice-bran fiber on salads or oatmeal. She likes rice-bran fiber because it's gluten-free and has been shown to help eliminate toxins, such as PCBs. Another one of her favorite fiber boosters is a seasoning she makes out of crushed pumpkin seeds, ground flax meal, sesame seeds, kelp flakes and sea salt - basically, a riff on gomasio, which is used as a salt alternative in Japanese cuisine. Put it in a wrap, sprinkle over brown rice or use to garnish soups, she says. "Start with one or two foods you suspect," says Swift, who prefers to call this the "illumination diet" because its focus is on "illuminating your health." "It's about pattern and symptom recognition and connecting the dots," says Swift, which in turn helps you decide which foods to eliminate first. "If you're going to indulge," advises Swift, "think about the quality of the source. Are you drinking green tea or a chemical-laden energy drink? What's a healthy amount for you? Most people know what amount their system can handle," she says. How to respond: Boost the first phase of digestion by becoming a more "sensory-based eater," says Swift. "An ecological imbalance of organisms in the gut means the body can't defend itself against unfriendly microbes," says Swift.


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