Garth Hunt is a graduate from Utah State University (USU) in Logan, UT. He received his Bachelor’s degree in Nutrition, Dietetics, and Food Science from the College of Agriculture & Applied Sciences with an emphasis in Dietetics. He is currently studying for the Registration Examination for Dietitians and is eligible to sit for examination at the end of the month.
Garth has a strong interest in nutrition, physiology, and research. He has had the opportunity of working in Dr. David A. York’s research lab in the Center for Advanced Nutrition in 2009 while at USU. In conjunction, he received the Undergraduate Research and Creative Opportunity (URCO) Grant where he worked on signaling mechanisms involving an inhibitory link between exercise and the incidence of Alzheimer’s Disease in the endoplasmic reticulum. He has also participated in other research projects including Kid’s Juice and Food Dudes that measured fruit and vegetable intake and carotenoid levels in youth between the ages of 5-19. Garth hopes to continue his education in the nutrition biochemistry and metabolism field.
In his free time, Garth enjoys cooking and spending time with friends and family. He tries to be outside playing sports, hiking, camping or fishing whenever possible.
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