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Isabel is an aspiring Public Health Nutrition researcher, focusing on racial equity and community empowerment through food and land rights. She graduated from Cornell University with a Bachelor’s of Science in Nutritional Sciences and a minor in Inequality Studies. Currently, she is pursuing a Masters in Public Health (MPH) and Registered Dietitian (RD) certification at the University of North Carolina Chapel Hill Gillings School of Global Public Health. Isabel works as a Project Coordinator at the Center of Health Promotion and Disease Prevention and as a Research Assistant and Writer at the T. Colin Campbell Center for Nutrition Studies.

The Power of Support Groups in Lifestyle Change
The Power of Support Groups in Lifestyle Change

Research has shown that education, skills development, and social support are critical for long-term lifestyle changes. Community-led plant-based programs can offer much more than traditional diet programs and clinical trials because they engage participants actively to learn how to incorporate healthy habits into established routines.


3 Missteps in the 2020-2025 USDA Dietary Guidelines
3 Missteps in the 2020-2025 USDA Dietary Guidelines

From added sugar to alcohol and saturated fat, the latest edition of the Dietary Guidelines for Americans fails to provide the best recommendations for human and societal health.


Seeds: Our Global Crisis Plus 5 Actions We Can All Take
Seeds: Our Global Crisis Plus 5 Actions We Can All Take

SEED: The Untold Story tells the story of the planet’s most powerful resource: seeds. Learn about five crises our planet is facing and some practical and empowering actions we can all take.


Diversity and Culture: The Missing Link Between Food and Health
Diversity and Culture: The Missing Link Between Food and Health

The lack of representation of different cultures within the plant-based movement is glaring and the consequences are real. There is an abundance of research showing that culture and culturally relevant nutrition interventions are important for diet change and weight loss among Black and Asian Americans.


Corn: How Industrial Agriculture Ruined a Sacred Seed
Corn: How Industrial Agriculture Ruined a Sacred Seed

GMO corporations have manufactured corn into junk foods and unsustainable agriculture. But indeginous history and traditions of corn tells a story about a nutritious, sustainable and powerful seed that we can all learn from.


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