I'm so glad you've come to my site! Whether you're in school right now, or you're a lifelong learner like me, I hope you find some useful and fun ideas here.
In college, I was SO CONFUSED with what to eat- What foods contributed to the Freshman 15? Were calories from drinks the same as calories from food? What diet should I follow to get the results I wanted?
I started "The College Nutritionist" in July 2013 to help other students and graduates with these problems and similar issues. College is tough adjusting to new surroundings and a way of life- and it's still tough figuring life out when you graduate! I hope my site can help inspire you to keep up the good work you're (I'm sure) already doing and to potentially give you some new ideas.
I've been in school for a looong time- so I understand the difficulties with following a healthful diet while in class all day and on a student's budget! I completed my undergrad, masters, and Dietetic Internship (to become a Registered Dietitian/ Nutritionist) in Cleveland, Ohio at Case Western Reserve University in 2013. I'm currently finishing up my PhD in Behavioral Nutrition (a mix of psychology and nutrition) at Columbia University. Wohoo! If you're interested, learn more about my research here: bit.ly/RachelPaulResearch
My nutrition mantra is intuitive and practical - listen to your body, eat the foods you love, and incorporate health along the way. I am a lifelong learner and and loove self-improvement books, TedTalks, seminars, you name it! I've found that knowing yourself, especially when it comes to food and nutrition, is the best way to live your happiest life.
Thank you again for checking out my site! I want to help YOU - please take my survey so I can meet your needs.
Brooke Mutterer, Intern Spring 2018
Brooke is a senior at Florida State University double majoring in Dietetics and Family Child Science. Her passions include health and wellness, photography, and travel. She hopes to pursue a career in educating others on the importance of nutrition and living a balanced lifestyle.
Shyanne Reynolds, Intern spring 2018
Hi! My name is Shyanne Reynolds. I am currently a Junior at Indiana University, pursuing a degree in English with a concentration in Creative Writing, a minor in History, and a minor in Nutrition. Nutrition and health are great passions of mine, and I hope to combine them with my love of writing to help a wide variety of audiences.
Interested in becoming an intern? See details here.