Wolfram Alderson - Institute for Responsible Nutrition
For several decades, Wolfram's primary career focus has been working in nonprofits focused on human and environmental health. He is the Founding Executive Director of the Institute for Responsible Nutrition. In his spare time, he loves to cook and share meals with friends and family. A special focus in Wolfram's career has been the issue of food security and access to healthy food. Over the years, Wolfram has come up with a few original recipes that he likes to share with others. Wolfram is a master horticulturist and his favorite vegetables are kale, artichokes, and eggplants.
"Despite decades of work in service of human and environmental health, it took me a half century to figure out that I had something called the metabolic system. Unlocking the keys to achieving optimal metabolic health has been an amazing journey - and it all comes back to my kitchen. I am so grateful that my Mother taught me to cook at a young age and to find pleasure in shopping for and preparing food for my family. One of my favorite quotes is by Eleanor Roosevelt: 'The freedom of man, I contend, is the freedom to eat.' I would simply add real food at the end of this statement."