Ann Louise Gittleman, MS, CNS, one of the most respected and dynamic nutritionists in America today, continues to break new ground in both traditional and holistic health. After graduating with a bachelor of arts degree from Connecticut College, Gittleman attained a master’s degree from Columbia University in nutrition education. She later went on to attain a doctor of naturopathy degree. In 1993, she became a certified nutrition specialist from the American College of Nutrition.
A world-renowned lecturer, Gittleman has been hailed as a pioneer in dietary, environmental, and women's health issues. She regularly contributes to national radio, television, magazines, and newspapers. She has made guest appearances on such television programs as Good Morning America and Good Day New York and has been quoted on CNN.
Actively concerned in the changing nutritional needs of women, Gittleman sits on the medical advisory boards of the American Menopause Foundation, the Health Sciences Institute and the Price Pottenger Foundation. She is the recipient of numerous awards, including being named "One of the 21st Century's Outstanding Healers" by Total Health magazine.