Vicki Griffin is the Director Lifestyle Matters and the Director of Health Ministries for the Michigan Conference of Seventh-day Adventists. The health outreach programs she has produced include: Fit & free! Building Brain and Body Health seminars; Balanced Living PowerPoint and Video Series; and the Lifestyle Matters Health Intervention Series. She is the Editor of Balance magazine and Balanced Living tracts.
Vicki has authored numerous books and teaching materials for community health education. Her books for the Lifestyle Matters series include Diet and Stress: Is What you’re Eating, Eating you?; Foods for Thought: Nutrition’s Link with Mood, Memory, Learning, and Behavior; and Living Free: Finding Freedom from Habits that Hurt. She has authored 3 cookbooks which feature easy, fast, economical and nutritious plant-based recipes.
As a science writer, her special area of interest and research is lifestyle stressors and simple stress solutions; that is, the relationship between diet, lifestyle, stress mechanisms, addictions, and brain health. She has conducted numerous nutritional labs worldwide and specializes in economical, easy, plant-based recipes.
Vicki has a Master’s degree in Human Nutrition; a Master’s degree in Public Administration; and a Bachelor’s degree in Social Work. She is a member of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics and the American College of Nutrition.