Kaitlin Roke, the 2015 winner of the CFUW Guelph Graduate Scholarship in Nutritional Sciences and a former CFUW Guelph member, has been working at Weight Watchers international office in New York since October in their first-ever post-doctoral position in nutritional research.
Her research at Guelph involved the health effects of omega-3 fats, as well as examining whether people responded differently to fish oil supplements based on their genetics. Her emphasis at Weight Watchers is on research that will inspire and guide the company’s three million members to eat better, move more and shift their mindset.
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