Joyce Bunderson, president and founder of Dr. Grandma’s, has an impressive academic and professional background in nutrition, public health, food science, and public administration. Bunderson is a Registered Dietitian with a Masters in Public Health from UCLA and a Doctorate Degree.
Joyce has appeared on radio and television programs informing others about the importance of eating whole grains, maintaining a healthy diet, and issues related to disease prevention and health promotion. She has appeared as a guest speaker for professional organizations including the American Heart Association, The American Cancer Society, community groups, and at a number of different colleges. For five years Bunderson wrote a bi-weekly nutrition column in a Los Angeles newspaper.
From 1997-2000 Joyce was the patient care manager of Clinical Nutrition Services at Children’s Hospital, Los Angeles, one of the leading Children Hospitals in the world. While there, she served on numerous interdisciplinary committees, and reorganized the delivery of healthcare services for both in-patient and outpatient services. She also spent two years at the Veterans Administration Hospital in West Los Angles an internship.
Joyce is a proud grandmother of 33 grandchildren and one great grandson. Her hobbies include creating new whole grain recipes, some of which have won awards in prestigious food competitions. She also enjoys beautifying her garden with the latest blooms. Joyce and her husband Victor live in Provo, Utah.
Our wise teacher, Doctor Grandma, knows that one key to preventing many illnesses is to eat true whole grains daily. She has created nutritious mixes to assist you on your way to optimal health. Doctor Grandma’s Pancake and Waffle Mix and Muffins Your Way Mixes contain, whole grains, essential oils, and other yummy ingredients making these mixes irresistible.
“The superior doctor prevents sickness;
The mediocre doctor attends to impending sickness;
The inferior doctor treats actual sickness.”
Doctor Grandma has proven to be an advanced doctor by providing a line of whole grain mixes that aid in preventing sickness. Numerous studies prove whole grains are vital in our daily diet to help prevent such illnesses as heart disease, diverticulitis, irritable bowel syndrome, and certain cancers. However, whole grains and other nutritious food is not the definitive answer for living a healthy life. To continue on the path that maintains a healthy body one must take the initiative to continue learning about nutrition, find forms of exercise that are enjoyable, and drink plenty of water.