Lorna R. Vanderhaeghe, B.Sc.
Lorna Vanderhaeghe is a medical journalist who has been researching and writing on the subject of nutritional medicine for over 20 years. Her list of accomplishments include: working at the Journal of Orthomolecular Medicine at the Canadian Schizophrenia Foundation; past editor-in-chief of Healthy Living Guide; senior editor of the Encyclopedia of Natural Healing (winner of the prestigious Benjamin Franklin Award in 1998). She is currently an associate editor for Total Health magazine in the United States and alive magazine in Canada. Lorna is co-author of the awardwinning and bestselling book The Immune System Cure, now published in six countries, and translated into French, Dutch and German, and author of theCanadian bestseller Healthy Immunity: Scientifically Proven Natural Treatments for Conditions from A-Z, released in September 2001. Her most recent co-authored book, No More HRT: Menopause Treat the Cause, was released in September 2002. An internationally-known lecturer, she believes in empowering people with health knowledge so they can achieve optimal wellness. You can contact her through www.hormonehelp.com.
Karlene Karst, B.Sc., R.D.
Karlene Karst holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Nutrition and is a Registered Dietitian. She provides technical and regulatory advice on essential fatty acids, as well as giving educational seminars, lectures and presentations to the public on the role of EFAs in nutrition and health. She previously worked as a clinical dietitian, teaching classes and providing counseling for nutrition, diabetes and cardiovascular health. Karlene is currently the Nutrition and Education Specialist at Bioriginal Food and Science Corporation, the world’s leading supplier of essential fatty acids. She can be contacted at www.fatsforhealth.com.