Empire Resources Ltd (ASX:ERL) Managing Director Sean Richardson speaks to Thomas Warner from Proactive about recent progress at the gold and copper focused exploration and development company.
Richardson highlights the successful divestment of an investment in NTM Gold during the COVID period, generating significant profits. The company has also undertaken exploration programs across its three project areas, experiencing both successes and challenges. He expresses optimism about gold prices but acknowledged rising costs.
Regarding copper, he sees potential for long-term growth, citing recent price improvements. In the last 12 months, Empire Resources has strategically assessed market opportunities, aiming for organic growth in exploration and business development. Richardson encourages investors to look beyond assets and consider the team's achievements.
He emphasises the team's dedication to developing and expanding the business. "We're a bit luck a duck on a pond, paddling very hard underneath and working hard to develop and grow the business – both in an organic fashion with our exploration activities but on the business development front as well… We're really bullish on our team and what we can deliver."
Faron Pharmaceuticals Limited (AIM:FARN, OTC:FPHAF) chief executive Dr Markku Jalkanen speaks to Thomas Warner from Proactive London after the clinical stage biopharmaceutical company announced "very positive" Phase 1 data from the ongoing BEXMAB study in myeloid malignancies.
The data is being presented at the 65th American Society of Hematology (ASH) Annual Meeting & Exposition taking place until tomorrow, December 12, 2023, in San Diego, California, and virtually. Jalkanen says the data reveals a promising response in patients, especially in inducing myeloid differentiation in Myelodysplastic Syndrome (MDS), a condition with limited treatment options
Typically, patients with this type of cancer have a life expectancy of around 24 months, making these results particularly significant. Investors and shareholders have responded positively to this latest news, as the trial shows a response rate potentially 5 to 10 times higher than the current standard of care. Faron Pharmaceuticals is now preparing to advance to the next trial phases and is exploring potential partnerships.
Regarding the company's overall performance in 2023, Dr. Jalkanen expresses satisfaction with Faron's ability to maintain and even increase its pace, with promising data accumulating from ongoing trials and the initiation of new ones. The company is targeting a marketing approval application by 2025, staying on track with its previously set goals.
Bloomsbury Publishing PLC (LSE:BMY) Group Finance Director Penny Scott-Bayfield speaks to Thomas Warner from Proactive after the independent publishing house released a trading update for 2023.
Scott-Bayfield says that Bloomsbury expects its revenue and profit to significantly exceeded market expectations for the year to 29 February 2029, with revenues likely to surpass 274 million and profits 33 million.
She explains some of the reasons for the company's strong performance, particularly in the fantasy sector, attributing some of the success to the books of Sarah J. Maas. Her 15 titles have become an important part of the Bloomsbury portfolio. Scott-Bayfield also highlights the impact of social media on the publishing industry, citing 'BookTok' on TikTok as a major positive influence, comparable to the Harry Potter phenomenon. This social media presence has attracted a younger audience and rejuvenated certain market segments.
Additionally, she discusses the company's strategic shift away from a heavy reliance on Christmas sales. This diversification, including successful titles like those by Sarah J. Maas that are often bought for personal use rather than as gifts, reflects the strength and balance of Bloomsbury's portfolio.
AmeriLife Group, LLC (AmeriLife), a national leader in developing, marketing, and distributing life and health insurance, annuities, and retirement planning solutions, announced today that it has partnered with USA Benefits Group, a fast-growing, national health brokerage dedicated to delivering the highest quality products, service, and support to independent agencies, agents, and their clients. Per the agreement, terms of the deal were not disclosed.
We see this partnership as a power play to further USA Benefits Group's explosive growth, said Rick Banville, CEO of USA Benefits Group. AmeriLife is a rapidly expanding giant in the industry who takes the pressure off of agencies like ours through resources like HR, payroll, compliance, legal, marketing, recruiting, and technology so we can do what we do best: recruit and train agents and agencies to be successful. We are very excited about our bright future together.
We are so grateful and honored to become partners with AmeriLife, added Jessica Banville, president of USA Benefits Group. We are thrilled that our agents and clients will benefit from an even larger portfolio of products and support. This partnership will give us even greater opportunity in making the industry better as we continue to develop training systems that bring success to all. We are stronger together!
For more than three decades, USA Benefits Group has been at the forefront of helping agents and their clients navigate the complexities of health and ancillary insurance (including ACA and ACA alternatives) for the under-65 market. Over the years, the company has expanded its portfolio to include Medicare Advantage and Medicare Supplement insurance, life insurance, and health insurance benefits for small businesses, as well as developed proprietary tools and training for its insurance professionals to succeed and thrive.
Headquartered in nearby Spring Hill, Fla., USA Benefits Group boasts nearly 2,000 independent contracted agents nationwide. Now, with access to AmeriLifes best-in-class resources, deep product portfolio, and industry expertise and leadership, USA Benefits Group is primed to supercharge its growth and deliver even more value to beneficiaries across the United States.
Im excited to welcome Rick, Jessica and the USA Benefits Group family to ours, said Scotty Elliott, Chief Distribution Officer for AmeriLife Health. Our shared values and commitment to excellence in service makes this a winning partnership right out of the gate, and I cant wait to see what we can accomplish together.
About USA Benefits Group
USA Benefits Group is a nationwide insurance agency dedicated to the principles of service, integrity, professionalism and diversity. The company provides an extensive range of insurance products and pledges to honor its commitment to its producers, clients and carriers by holding itself to the highest ethical standards. Everything that USA Benefits Group does is designed to ensure that its customers are presented quality products with a Servants Heart and a goal of exceeding expectations. For more information, visit USABG.com.
AmeriLifes strength is its mission: to provide insurance and retirement solutions to help people live longer, healthier lives. In doing so, AmeriLife has become recognized as a leader in developing, marketing, and distributing life and health insurance, annuities and retirement planning solutions to enhance the lives of pre-retirees and retirees across the United States. For more than 50 years, AmeriLife has partnered with top insurance carriers to provide value and quality to customers served through a distribution network of over 300,000 insurance agents and advisors and 120 marketing organizations and insurance agency locations nationwide. For more information, visit AmeriLife.com, and follow AmeriLife on Facebook and LinkedIn.
ATOME Energy PLC (AIM:ATOM) CEO Olivier Mussat speaks to Thomas Warner from Dubai, where where ATOME is attending COP28.
He says the company, which describes itself as the only international green fertiliser project development company on the London Stock Exchange, was invited as a key player among 50 hydrogen projects.
He adds that the invitation is a testament to Atome's hard work in reducing emissions in agriculture, a sector more polluting than shipping and aviation combined. Mussat's says that despite a packed schedule, including recent EPC negotiations in London, his primary focus remains on the company's growth and impact.
Atome Energy is intensifying its focus on the lucrative fertiliser sector, a market worth $200 billion annually. Mussat emphasises the vital role of hydrogen in decarbonising agriculture, aligning perfectly with investor interests and current market trends. Mussat also provides an update on Atome's Villeta Project.
Looking forward to 2024, he anticipates exciting announcements and advancements, buoyed by substantial capital influx from major investors.
Hibbett, Inc. (NASDAQ:HIBB), an athletic-inspired fashion and premium footwear omnichannel retailer, today announced the launch of the 2023 Sole School Program. As part of an ongoing commitment to give back, Hibbett | City Gear in partnership with Nike, have awarded 103 High Schools and more than 2,500 students nationwide with a combination of in-kind donations, product, mentoring and job opportunities, valued at more than $650,000.00.
We are proud at how our grassroots Sole School program has grown and flourished over the past eight years as we remain committed to strengthening our connection with schools in the communities we serve, said Ben Knighten, Senior Vice President, Operations, Hibbett. We developed the Sole School initiative as a multi-faceted way to make a meaningful impact for student athletes by not only offering funds but also connecting them with our local leaders to develop a plan for the future.
In 2023, 103 sponsored Sole Schools were recipients of a financial donation on behalf of Hibbett | City Gear and Nike, to support their basketball program in a variety of ways. Sole Schools utilize donated funds for team gear, travel costs, athletic equipment and other necessities. Schools also receive Hibbett | City Gear swag and mentoring from local Hibbett and City Gear leadership. As a community partner, Hibbett conducts regular outreach to schools and athletic programs in their local neighborhoods.
"Our Partnership with Hibbett and being selected as a Sole School has been absolutely amazing. Hibbett has provided us with much needed support and we are extremely grateful for all they have done for us here at Warren County High School. Karen and her team at Hibbett have truly become part of our WCHS family," said Victor Hunt Jr., Athletic Director and Head Football Coach, Warren County High School, Warrenton, North Carolina.
Being selected as a Sole School means the world to the Freeport High School Boys Basketball program and it will have a significant impact on our mission and the lives of the players, said Coach Jackson, Freeport High School, Freeport, Illinois. Hibbetts commitment to the Boys Basketball program is truly admirable, and we are incredibly thankful for the positive difference they are making in our community.
Our Sole School program gives back, creating a generation empowered to make a positive difference and I love being a leader in a company that gives back to a community that we serve and makes a difference in young athletes lives, said Sheila Oakley, District Sales Manager, City Gear.
To learn more about Sole School, please visit Hibbett.com
About Hibbett, Inc.
Hibbett, headquartered in Birmingham, Alabama, is a leading athletic-inspired fashion retailer with 1158 Hibbett and City Gear specialty stores, located in 36 states nationwide. Hibbett has a rich history of convenient locations, personalized customer service and access to coveted footwear, apparel and equipment from top brands like Nike, Jordan, and adidas. Consumers can browse styles, find new releases, shop looks and make purchases online or in their nearest store by visiting www.hibbett.com. Follow us @hibbettsports and @citygear on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.
Ridima Jain, an acclaimed Industrial and Lighting designer, is captivating the world with her groundbreaking approach to design. Born in India and holding a Master's degree in Industrial Design from Pratt Institute in Brooklyn, New York, Jain's work transcends boundaries, merging nature and culture seamlessly to create spaces that enhance human experiences.
As a founding member of the Women in Design NYC Chapter of IDSA and a Visiting Associate Professor at Pratt Institute, Ridima Jain is not only shaping the future of design but also sharing her expertise with the next generation of designers. Her educational journey spans design schools in India, Germany, and the United States. This diverse experience positions her as a unique generalist in the design world, enabling her to make profound contributions across various domains.
The centerpiece of Jain's portfolio is her graduate thesis at Pratt Institute, where she revolutionized the concept of window blinds. Her design extends beyond conventional uses, ingeniously channeling daylight deeper into interior spaces. This innovation not only enhances the aesthetic but also positively influences physical, emotional, and psychological well-being.
Jain's commitment to healing environments is evident in her Emergency Housing Module, featured at Prototypes for Humanity in Dubai. The use of translucent Kalwall panels in these modular homes ensures a continuous interplay of light and space, offering comfort and maintaining circadian rhythms for individuals recovering from traumatic events.
Jain's expertise extends into critical, life-saving designs with her Zero Light Tourniquet. Created for use in zero-light conditions, this product is a testament to her ability to address extreme challenges through design. It combines thermal detection and an automatic pneumatic braid system, significantly aiding medics in identifying and treating injuries in the absence of light, showcasing her versatility and commitment to impactful design solutions.
Through her role as a co-creator and instructor of the Equatorial Living Lab, Jain shares her design philosophy with a broader audience. In this innovative four-semester project, students from two continents collaborate on low-cost housing in developing nations' equatorial climates. Jain, alongside Kevin Walz, guides students in blending historical and indigenous wisdom to create nurturing environments, focusing on innovation with local materials, fostering community and advocacy for quality of life. The first semester saw students delve into the history of low-cost housing, sustainable materials, and indigenous construction methods, culminating in an open-source online repository of their findings, designs, and construction documents.
Jains unorthodox perspective in architecture enables her to critique and improve upon existing space designs. Her holistic view allows for innovative solutions that address both the physical and psychological aspects of living environments.
For Ridima, the essence of design lies in its impact. "Making a positive impact on peoples lives, changing the way they interact with their environments and the people around them," she asserts, is the core of her design ethos. Ridima believes that the spaces we inhabit profoundly influence our behavior, placing a significant responsibility on designers to create environments that promote positivity and sustainability.
Ridima Jain is an Industrial and Lighting designer known for her innovative approach to design that seamlessly blends nature and culture. With a Masters degree in Industrial Design from Pratt Institute, she has made significant contributions to the field, with a focus on enhancing human experiences through thoughtful and impactful design solutions. As a trailblazer in the world of industrial and lighting design, Ridima continues to inspire and shape the future of design through her work, teaching, and advocacy.
HANOI, VIETNAM – Media OutReach Newswire – 11 December 2023 – Through chapters of development, the rice production and export of Vietnam have made great breakthroughs. While facing fluctuations in the worldwide market, as well as significant climate change, Vietnams rice industry has been transforming in both production and export, with the aim of quality improvement and sustainable development, contributing to global food security and emission reduction.
Vietnam has achieved many great achievements in rice production, making an important contribution to ensuring national and world food security. Photo: TL.
The rice industry is crucial for Vietnams development, and helps provide livelihoods for dozen millions Vietnamese farmers.
Overcoming challenges from the past, Vietnam is one of the largest rice exporting countries with continuously increasing export turnover in the global markets, ranging from Europe, America to Africa and Asia. Vietnam's rice export turnover has increased from US$ 2.63 billion in 2020 to US$ 2.88 billion in 2021 and reached US$ 3.5 billion in 2022.
It is estimated that Vietnam will export approximately 8 million tons of rice, with a value of US$ 4.6 billion in 2023. In the context of natural disasters, disruption of global value chains and the threat of global food crisis, Vietnam continues to export rice, to be a reliable supplier, hence contributing to global food security.
The quality of Vietnamese rice has improved significantly, raising its reputation in important markets in the world. In 2023, the ST25 fragrant rice variety of Viet Nam won the World's Best Rice 2023 award at the International Rice Summit 2023, held in the Philippines from November 27 to December 1.
Vietnam has promoted proper research and application of rice farming and processing technologies to create the best rice quality while, taking into account environmental protection and sustainable development. This helps to bring about the trust of consumers, even in the high-end markets in the quality, safety and reliability of Vietnamese rice suppliers.
Based on past achievements and the commitments in COP26, Vietnam promotes the rice industry towards high quality and low carbon emission.
On May 28, 2020, the Prime Minister of Vietnam issued the Decision No. 703/QD-TTg regarding the R&D programme to serve agricultural restructuring for the period 2021-2030. According to the Decision, the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development has coordinated with the local authorities to develop plans for paddy production and paddy land conversion, to adapt to climate change and increase productivity. MARD also issued the Program on restructuring the rice industry of Vietnam to 2025 and 2030 with the approach of gaining more from less, to increase the efficiency and sustainability of the sector. The program set up the consistent goals of increasing farmer income, and consumer welfare together with better performance of rice export in terms of quality and value addition.
On November 27th, 2023, the Prime Minister approved the Program on One million hectares of high-quality and low carbon rice towards green growth in the Mekong Delta to 2030. The Program set up the targets of re-organizing rice value chains, applying sustainable farming practices, increasing efficiency, improving livelihoods of rice farmers, adapting and mitigating impacts of climate change, hence implementing commitments of Vietnam to international communities on carbon emission reduction.
The Program indicates 4 priority tasks including capacity building for cooperatives and businesses, credit to support value chain integration for high-quality and low-carbon rice, infrastructure modernization and pilots of carbon payment scheme. This is the practical action to implement Vietnam's commitment at the UN Food Systems Summit 2021: Vietnam wishes to become a food supplier with transparency, responsibility and sustainability. Furthermore, Vietnam is also a pioneering country to apply low carbon practices to strongly transform the rice sector towards green and sustainable growth, implementing Vietnam's commitment to reduce 30 % carbon emission by 2030 and net zero by 2050 in COP26 held in Glasgow, November 2021.
The First Vietnam International Rice Festival
To promote high-quality rice production, enhance value chain integration, create a foundation for green growth, ensure food security and safety, and adapt to the climate change, Vietnam will hold International Rice Festival of Vietnam in December 11-15 2023 in Hau Giang Province.
Conveying the message "Green Rice for Life, the Festival is held in the context that Vietnam is aiming to become the pioneering country in high-quality and low-carbon rice, hence opening up opportunities to introduce potential of Vietnam's rice industry, creating momentum for rice trade, as well as showing Vietnam responsibility to the global food markets.
The Festival organizes numerous activities of international workshops (Vietnam Africa policy dialogue: SouthSouth cooperation for food system transformation, Responsible and sustainable development of rice value chains, Global rice market and perspectives, R&D and innovation for sustainable rice industry), Vietnam rice road show, and field trips to introduce to international partners about the rice production models in the Mekong Delta.
As a special spotlight of this Festival, the Government of Vietnam will officially kick-off the implementation of Program on One million hectares of high-quality and low carbon rice towards green growth in the Mekong Delta to 2030. This shows the high-level commitments of the Government of Vietnam to transform the rice industry for farmer income, consumer welfare and its responsibility as a benchmark for global rice markets, food security and carbon emissions reduction.
The Festival is also a chance for the rice production and import/export countries and other partners to strengthen cooperation in terms of trade, investment, and R&D for sustainable development of the global rice value chains.
Nguyen Do Anh Tuan Director General of the International Cooperation Department, Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development affirms that Vietnam is a responsible member of the international communities. Vietnam will join hands with governments, international organizations and businesses to develop a sustainable rice industry with low carbon emissions, improve rice value chain integration, and achieve global food security.
A pivotal vote in the US House of Representatives is set to reshape America's nuclear energy landscape. The Prohibiting Russian Uranium Imports Act, spearheaded by Washington Representative Cathy McMorris Rodgers, stands at the cusp of a critical decision. Leveraging an expedited voting process, it seeks a two-thirds majority for passage, reflecting the urgency in responding to Russia's aggression in Ukraine.1
This bipartisan initiative aims to halt imports of nuclear reactor fuel from Russia a move that could significantly impact the Senate's stance on similar legislation.
In a candid interview, Senator Joe Manchin emphasized the stakes: "It's a straightforward choice – we ban their imports or they ban us." His words resonate with a sense of urgency and a hopeful outlook for Senate action. Russia, a key player in this scenario, provided nearly one-fourth of the enriched uranium for the US's over 90 commercial reactors last year, positioning itself as a primary supplier.
The bill, if enacted, would cease Russian uranium imports within 90 days, with an option for a temporary waiver until January 2028. It has already sailed through a House committee and echoed success in a Senate panel, gaining bipartisan support from leaders like Senator Manchin and Wyoming Republican John Barrasso.
However, this legislative push doesn't come without economic ramifications. The Congressional Budget Office warns of a 13% hike in nuclear fuel costs in the US, as the bill aims to pivot away from Russia's cost-effective enrichment services, potentially disrupting the nuclear fuel market.
Responding to these challenges, the Biden administration seeks a $2 billion boost from Congress to strengthen America's domestic enrichment capabilities, crucial for both advanced and traditional nuclear reactors. This strategic move underscores a renewed focus on self-reliance and resilience in the nation's energy sector.
If the bill to ban uranium imports from Russia passes, the US could import more uranium from Canada, the world's second largest producer of uranium.
The Athabasca Basin in northern Saskatchewan houses the most affluent uranium mines globally, hosting sizable and high-grade uranium deposits. Currently, it is anticipated to contribute around 15% of the annual global uranium production, featuring grades that are 10 to 20 times higher than the global average.
Among the companies making waves in the Athabasca Basin is GoldMining Inc. (NYSE-A:GLDG), which boasts a robust portfolio of projects, substantial cash reserves of $163 million, and zero debt.
GoldMining: Unlocking Value in Diverse Resource Assets
GoldMining Inc. (NYSE-A:GLDG) is set to rejuvenate its exploration activities at the Rea Uranium Project, located in the prolific Western Athabasca Basin in Canada. The project marks a major foray into uranium for GoldMining Inc., broadening the scope of the company's mineral portfolio.
Under the guidance of CEO Alastair Still, the company is planning a collaborative and phased development of this underexplored asset, working closely with local stakeholders. Future updates are expected to focus on exploring a key regional shear zone, adjacent to the high-grade Dragon Lake deposit.
As highlighted in a recent report by CarbonCredits.com, GoldMining employs a unique formula for identifying undervalued enterprises, emphasizing the consideration of Enterprise Value (EV) as the "takeover value" of a company. A low EV suggests that investors assign little to no value to the company's assets, while a high EV indicates substantial value in the eyes of investors. Astonishingly, the market attributes only $29 million to all of GoldMining's assets
GoldMining owns the La Mina gold deposit, evaluated at an after-tax Net Present Value of $369 million by third-party engineers. Moreover, the company possesses a 75% stake in the Rea uranium project in Canada's Western Athabasca Basin, partnering with Orano, the world's second-largest uranium producer. With vast exploration and drilling achievements, this project alone could potentially surpass GoldMining's entire current EV.
GoldMining Inc. (NYSE-A:GLDG) has a worldwide resource base comprising 12.65 million ounces of gold categorized as Measured and Indicated, along with an additional 13.41 million ounces classified as Inferred. The company adopted a strategic approach, acquiring these assets at advantageous prices during market downturns, showcasing a contrarian investment strategy.2
GoldMining operates on multiple fronts including a cash and equity portfolio with 15% ownership in Gold Royalty Corp, 80% ownership in US GoldMining, and 22% ownership in NevGold, the La Mina Project which boasts an impressive Preliminary Economic Assessment NAV of over $360 million, a strategic joint venture partnership with Orano on the Rea Project in Canada, justifying the current enterprise value and assets in Brazil, Colombia, Peru, and North America, comprising both resource-rich and early-stage projects.
GoldMining's business plan involves acquiring high-quality resource assets at favorable prices and subsequently unlocking their value. Phase one succeeded in accumulating a diverse portfolio without royalties on core projects. The company is now poised for the second phase, involving the sale, spin-out, or partnership of gold projects to realize the inherent value for shareholders.
With no debt, over $160 million in cash, and equity holdings, GoldMining has a solid financial foundation. The company's management and insiders, owning about 15% of the float, are aligned with shareholders' interests. As gold prices reach all-time highs, the company's resource portfolio becomes increasingly valuable, promising numerous near-term catalysts.
With management and insiders holding approximately 15% of the float, there is clear alignment with shareholder interests at GoldMining. The company's strategic plan positions it to capitalize on the growing significance of resources amid the unfolding energy transition, providing investors with a distinctive opportunity in a dynamic market.
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The holiday season is upon us, and with it comes the temptation to put off our health goals until the new year. Recently, Registered Dietician, Maya Feller, conducted a satellite media tour to share some easy tips and tricks to enjoy the holiday cheer while sticking to healthy habits.
The free MyFitnessPal app is an easy way to keep an eye on how youre tracking against your goals
Holiday gatherings typically revolve around food and drink, and now its easier to stay on track with your health goals during the holidays while still partaking in all the fun. Tracking your food and drink intake with the free MyFitnessPal app is an easy way to keep an eye on how youre tracking against your goals.
How To Have a Happy and Healthy Holiday Season
Tracking involves both quantity (calories) and quality (macros, which include protein, fat, and carbs) of what you eat. It can be difficult to make sure you are getting enough protein and fiber without tracking with a tool, like MyFitnessPal.
MyFitnessPals food database contains over 18 million foods, so youll be able to find nutrition insights on whatever holiday treat youre looking forward to eating.
Go one-for-one. Consider matching a glass of water for each cocktail you enjoy. Alcohol, along with added sugars found in cocktails, can add up quickly – leading to dehydration, changes in blood sugar, and unwanted morning-after headaches if youre not careful. Tracking with MyFitnessPal can provide insights into how much added sugar youre eating – and drinking.
Give yourself some grace; enjoying celebration meals does not mean you need to go into a cycle of restricting food intake and over-exercising as compensation. The foundation of your health is built on routines and what you do the majority of the time. Nourish your body throughout the day to take the charge out of the celebratory meal.
Add plants (fruits and veggies) that are accessible, affordable, culturally relevant, and tasty to your routine. Adding these foods increases the nutrient density of your meals.
If you want to finish the year off strong, MyFitnessPal can provide inspiration on making small daily changes that add up to big improvements over time. Whether inspiration for new recipes, or providing healthier holiday alternatives, the app is like having a nutritionist and support community in the palm of your hand, plus the insights can be very eye-opening.
To learn more, download the MyFitnessPal app on iOS and Android or visit MYFITNESSPAL.COM
About Maya Feller
Maya Feller, MS, RD, CDN is the founder and lead dietitian at Maya Feller Nutrition. In her practice, her team provides medical nutrition therapy and nutrition coaching for cardiovascular disease, diabetes, mood disorders, developmental disabilities, disordered eating, and more. Maya believes in providing inclusive nutrition education from an anti-bias patient-centered, culturally humble approach to help people make informed food choices. Maya shares her approachable, food-based solutions with millions of people through regular speaking engagements, writing, her social platforms, and as a national nutrition expert on Good Morning America, is a Healthline Medical Advisor, and on the advisory board for SHAPE and Parents, as well as appearing on TODAY Show, Tamron Hall, and in The New York Times, mindbodygreen, Well+Good, Food Network, Martha Stewart, Real Simple, Good Housekeeping, Cooking Light, Eating Well, Prevention, Glamour, SELF, and more. She is the author of Eating from Our Roots: 80+ Healthy Home-Cooked Favorites from Cultures Around the World (goop Press, January 24, 2023).