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Kate Cook (born 24 April 1962) is a nutrition and wellness expert, author and keynote speaker who lives in the UK. She is a graduate in History, Economic History and Politics from Royal Holloway College, London but later went on to study nutrition for three years at the Institute for Optimum Nutrition.
Kate Cook has been leading the Wellness revolution within companies for several years. Her nutritionist training informs her philosophy that factors beyond diet, such as mental attitude, happiness, fitness, time management and sleep are necessary to the holistic mix that creates a healthy, happy workforce. Cook has helped a number of leading institutions including The Bank of England, Skanska and Conocophilips.
Cook owns a Harley Street practice and still retains a small clinic, although her main focus is the transformation of health in the workplace and transforming the health of restaurants and work place restaurants as a food consultant.
Cook appeared as the nutritionist in The Truth About Beauty TV series with Martine McCutcheon (2008), and has been featured in magazines such as Zest, Marie Claire, Red and The Sunday Express. Kate wrote a column for Closer magazine for a number of years (2006).
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As an author Kate Cook has published Get Healthy For Good (52 Brilliant Ideas) (2003), Be Incredibly Healthy with Sally Brown (2007), Drop a Dress Size with Eve Cameron (53 Brilliant Ideas) (2007), Shape Up Your Life with Penny Ferguson (2007), An (Un)fit Mother (2008) and The Corporate Wellness Bible (2013).