Catharine is passionate and incredibly knowledgeable about the complex science of omega-3 and omega-6. She does an amazing job relaying this information into small, manageable chunks. I first became interested in omega-3 when I started hearing about the science behind protecting the brain from early dementia and Alzheimer’s. Having a family history, and wanting to age without being a burden, I knew this concept was something I needed to explore.After hearing Catharine’s personal story, I decided to follow her lead and make some changes. I was quickly amazed by the positive effects of reducing omega-6 and increasing omega-3; I have more patience, cope with stress much more effectively, sleep like a baby, and have significantly reduced pain from athletic injuries. In addition to supporting me in this transition, Catharine has given me tips and tricks to help me improve my family’s diet. The changes I have made are transforming areas in my life that I did not realize needed improvement. I never would have guessed that making small changes in your diet could make such a big difference, but I’m a believer now!Thank you, Catharine!


Meet Catharine

Corporate Expertise – Passion for Wellness

Wellness Strategist, Change Agent, and Coach 

Catharine Clark is an expert in Nutritional Molecular Medicine (NMM). Clark expands NMM beyond that in academia and research institutions, often achieving better results.

Nutritional Molecular Medicine is straightforward, naturopathic, holistic. Clark goes beyond Translational Medicine to integrate NMM, the change acceleration process (CAP), and explicit guidance to provide excellent care, and outcomes, to individuals and groups.

Catharine partnered with preeminent biochemist W.E.M.(Bill) Lands, PhD to bring Dr. Lands many decades of outstanding research to the forefront. Clark was awarded an honorary PhD in NMM in 2015.

Clark is a former corporate executive with a passion for Wellness. She has over 20 years of Blue Chip experience in a variety of roles and executive positions.

As a Fellow in Nutrition Policy at the Office of Disease Prevention and Health Promotion at the Department of Health and Human Services, Catharine was the liaison between all HHS organizations (including the NIH, CDC, and FDA) and the US Department of Agriculture for all nutrition publications at the federal level.

Catharine enriches her body of knowledge with didactic lectures, symposia, and one-on-one discussions at prestigious institutions including of the National Institutes of Health, Harvard Medical School, and the Institutes of Medicine.

Catharine has a Masters degree in Human Nutrition, is nationally board certified, and licensed by the state of Maryland. A stickler for peer-reviewed, evidence-based practices, Catharine is a certified Master Black Belt (MBB) in Six Sigma.