Gillian McKeith is a Scottish television presenter, nutritionist and writer. She is the former host in the UK of Channel 4's You Are What You Eat and Granada Television's Dr Gillian McKeith's Feel Fab Forever, and as of 2010 presents Eat Yourself Sexy on the W Network in Canada. She is the author of several books about nutrition, including You Are What You Eat, and Dr Gillian McKeith's Ultimate Health Plan. McKeith advocates a pescetarian diet high in fruits and vegetables, grains, beans, nuts, and tofu, and the avoidance of processed and high-calorie foods, sugar and fat, red meat, alcohol, caffeine, white flour, and additives. McKeith's work has met with commercial success. You Are What You Eat has sold over two million copies, and in 2005 she was awarded a Consumer Education Award by the Soil Association. At the same time, the validity of her approach and the safety of her recommendations have been strongly criticised by health professionals.
|Born:||September 28, 1959, Perth, Scotland|
|Education:||BA (linguistics, 1981), MA (international relations, 1984), "Doctorate" from non-accredited American college|
|Alma mater:||University of Edinburgh, University of Pennsylvania, Clayton College of Natural Health|
|Occupation:||Nutritionist, television presenter, writer|
|Television:||You Are What You Eat, I'm a Celebrity...Get Me Out of Here, Dr Gillian McKeith's Feel Fab Forever, Eat Yourself Sexy|
|Children:||Two daughters, Skylar (b. 1994) and Afton (b. 2000)|
|Awards:||Soil Association's Best Organic Businesses 2005 Consumer Education Award|
|Website:||Gillian McKeith's Official site|
About Gillian McKeith
Health guru and nutritionist who became a bestselling author from her book, You are What you Eat, which sold over two million copies.
She attended the University of Pennsylvania and Clayton College of Natural Health.
She hosted Channel 4's You are What you Eat, which is based off her book.
She married lawyer Howard Magaziner. They have daughters, Skylar and Afton.
She became a celebrity health reporter for the Joan Rivers show.
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