Ingrid Kohlstadt MD, MPH
Johns Hopkins Univeristy, Faculty Associate
About Dr. Kohlstadt
Dr. Ingrid Kohlstadt is a physician graduate of Johns Hopkins School of Medicine. She is a Faculty Associate at Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, the largest school of public health in the world, in the Center for Human Nutrition.
A Dieter's Revelation
Why did Dr. Ingrid Kohlstadt write Nutrition Revelation? As a key opinion leader in nutritional medicine, Dr. Kohlstadt's goal to help transform the health of children and their families nationwide is profoundly shaped by her clinical, public health, research and regulatory work.
Dr. Kohlstadt believes that today's discoveries in science have led to uniquely special infomation that has never before been available for physicians and scientists to bring to light.
For nearly two thousand years it remained a mystery. Until this century I don’t think it was possible to interpret this scripture. It appears to have been a time capsule intended to be opened at this precise time in human history. Apart from its spiritual significance, this is anthropologically fascinating. Along the lines of the […]
The chronic disease epidemic of our time was predicted 2,000 years ago, and is described to take place during the Digital Age. Agriculture would use the new technology to make a big profit. In so doing it would exploit the land and defy G-d’s natural laws. Soon new diseases would take hold, diseases that would […]
My accidental discovery of what is now a nutrition revelation: The discovery of the Terra Cotta Warriors has captivated me. I am compelled by the superb craftsmanship to make unique individual each like its own real-life person. The photos were so compelling that I had to remove them from my screen saver because they shifted […]
Having served as a physician on all seven continents including the Antarctic, Dr. Kohlstadt is uniquely qualified to write about her ground-breaking observations in her new book: A Dieter’s Revelation. In this photo taken at the Maryland State House in Annapolis, Dr. Kohlstadt stands ready to assist legislators in any emergency as Doctor of the […]
Why did Dr. Kohlstadt write this book? Her experience includes working at the Johns Hopkins Weight Management Center as a physician graduate of Johns Hopkins School of Medicine (she is currently a Faculty Associate at Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, the largest school of public health in the world, in the Center for […]
As a world traveler with a passion for medical anthropology, Dr. Kohlstadt has practiced medicine on all seven continents. This includes having served as Antarctic Medical Director at Palmer Station and McMurdo Station in the late 1990’s. At Palmer Station, named for Nathaniel B. Palmer (usually recognized as the first American to see Antarctica), the […]