P.K. Newby, ScD, MPH, MS, is a nutrition scientist, food lover and author with more than 20 years of experience researching diet-related diseases, studying how people make food choices, and teaching students and the public about why what we eat matters. Her passion for nutrition stems from a passionate affair with food developed from creating fabulous dishes in her own kitchen and working in the restaurant industry for 10 years. She appeared on ABC’s "The Taste" as one of America’s “best undiscovered cooks” cooking globally inspired, plant-based cuisine. Today, Dr. Newby spends most of her time writing, speaking, cooking and consulting to help build a healthier, more sustainable world, one delectable bite at a time. She is also an adjunct associate professor of nutrition at Harvard and teaches "From Farm to Fork: Why What We Eat Matters," one of the most popular courses in the Environmental Sciences program, as well as "Food Science & Technology: Implications for Public Health and Nutrition." She recently authored "Superfoods," a National Geographic special edition magazine now on sale in supermarkets and at newsstands, and co-authored "Foods for Health." She is currently working on her next books to inspire people to live their healthiest lives, deliciously. Learn more about Dr. Newby on her website, and read her blog, Cooking & Eating the PK Way.