Kate Quilton returns for a new series investigating the purported health benefits of superfoods. Superfoods seem to be everywhere - not a day goes by without a 'superfood' story hitting the headlines. Backing up these eye-grabbing stories are thousands of studies devoted to connecting the humblest of ingredients to the grandest of claims. But just what can we believe? Kate investigates the real science behind the supposed health benefits and reveals which foods truly deserve the title - super.
Runtime: 30 minutes
Superfoods: The Real Story - Claudia Rosencrantz - Netflix
Claudia Rosencrantz is a British journalist, and former Controller of Entertainment for ITV, a post she held for over ten years. She was also Director of Television for Virgin Media for five years and worked for Jamie Oliver for four years and as CEO of the Jamie Oliver Media Group for the last two years. In December 2005, ITV's Director of Television Simon Shaps testified to Rosencrantz's influence in saying that she “has been responsible for some of the biggest entertainment hits in ITV's history. It's no exaggeration to say that the US networks have watched and waited to see what Claudia has commissioned”.
Superfoods: The Real Story - Early career - Netflix
Rosencrantz began her career in Fleet Street in 1979, where she worked first as a picture editor and then as a journalist on various publications, including The Daily Telegraph Sunday Magazine, Sunday magazine and Elle, before opting to become a television producer in 1986. Her production credits include executive producer of Don't Forget Your Toothbrush, working with Elton John to produce Elton John: Tantrums & Tiaras, the drama Prisoners in Time (starring John Hurt, based on Eric Lomax's book The Railway Man) for the BBC. She also worked with Barry Humphries on Dame Edna Everage's shows as producer for ten years, including winning the Golden Rose of Montreux in 1991. She was one of the first UK producers to cross the Atlantic, to produce the Dame Edna specials for the US networks.
Superfoods: The Real Story - References - Netflix