New York (PRWEB) February 20, 2013
Nutritionist and author of the popular "Clean Plates" Manhattan and L.A. books, Jared Koch was recently presented with the bistroMD "Eating For Excellence Award," a program designed to honor individuals who are eating healthy and staying fit in an effort to achieve extraordinary things.
Koch's CleanPlates.com website has raised the standard and shifted the focus of the restaurant review business away from atmosphere and back to food. From noting the latest buzz in smart chef tricks, to informing why artificial sweeteners may cause depression, making healthy, sustainable food choices easier and more enjoyable is his raison d'être.
The award was presented by Caroline J. Cederquist, M.D., the nation’s leading bariatric specialist who has helped tens of thousands lose weight through metabolism correction. Dr. Cederquist is co-founder and medical director of bistroMD and the Cederquist Medical Wellness Center.
"Jared Koch inspires everyone who cares about making smart food choices," said Dr. Cederquist. "At bistroMD, we are so pleased to honor Jared for making good nutrition a whole lot easier for everyone."
About bistro MD
BistroMD is a one of a kind metabolism-correcting weight loss program that delivers nutritious meals prepared by gourmet chefs that actually taste delicious and are satisfying. The bistroMD program promotes life-changing wellness, helping people learn to incorporate eating right and staying active into their everyday lives, as well as into the lives of those around them.
About Clean Plates
The only nutritionist and food critic approved guide for everybody, Clean Plates points food lovers of all stripes to the healthiest, tastiest, and most sustainable restaurants around, from quick bites to fine dining. Whether you're a carnivore, vegan, or somewhere in between, Clean Plates helps you make better, more informed eating choices; it's the easiest way to find restaurants serving nutritious, eco-friendly, and mouthwateringly delicious food, including sustainably raised animal foods (free of hormones and antibiotics) and locally grown, organic produce. Existing mainstream guides give no mention to the healthfulness of ingredients, while health-food guides give little attention to taste. Clean Plates bridges the gap, pleasing the most discerning foodie as well as the most ardent health enthusiast. Visit Clean Plates online at http://www.cleanplates.com as well as on Facebook (facebook.com/cleanplates) and Twitter (cleanplates.com/twitter).
EDITOR’S NOTE: For more information about BistroMD or to arrange an interview with Dr. Caroline Cederquist, please contact Pamela Wadler or Nancy Trent at (212) 966-0024 or info(at)trentandcompany(dot)com.