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Kevin Biggers

Dr. Kevin Biggers

Nutrition Scientist & Public Health Advocate


Nutritional Physiology and Community Health


  • Ph.D. in Nutritional Sciences from the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA)
  • M.P.H. in Public Health Nutrition from Harvard University


  • Innovative Research in Nutritional Public Health
  • Founder of the Healthy Communities Wellness Initiative


Dr. Kevin Biggers is a distinguished nutrition scientist and public health advocate, renowned for his innovative research in nutritional public health. Holding a Ph.D. from UCLA and an M.P.H. in Public Health Nutrition from Harvard University, he blends scientific expertise with a passion for community well-being.

“I am driven to bridge the gap between nutritional science and community health, making a positive impact on public well-being,”

— Dr. Kevin Biggers

Nutrition Visionary

Dr. Kevin Biggers research delves into the ways nutritional choices influence community health, with a focus on developing practical solutions for public well-being. His approach emphasizes the importance of community engagement in fostering healthier lifestyles.

Healthy Communities Wellness Initiative

Committed to community health, Dr. Kevin Biggers founded the Healthy Communities Wellness Initiative, a collaborative effort to promote nutrition education, physical activity, and overall well-being in diverse communities.

Areas of Expertise

Specializing in nutritional public health, Dr. Kevin Biggers excels in connecting nutritional science with community-based initiatives. His expertise includes developing and implementing programs that empower communities to make informed choices for better health.

Educational Background

Dr. Kevin Biggers earned his Ph.D. in Nutritional Sciences from UCLA, where he conducted pioneering research. His Master’s in Public Health Nutrition from Harvard University complements his commitment to addressing nutritional challenges at the intersection of science and public health.