Ask a Nutritionist - A New Podcast from Nutrition Hungry!

Ask a Nutritionist - A New Podcast from Nutrition Hungry!

We’re launching a podcast!

I am so excited to share Nutrition Hungry’s latest project with you!

‘Ask a Nutritionist’ will answer your questions about health and nutrition. We’ll cover anything and everything - from eating healthy during pregnancy, to feeding your kids, to weight loss, to staying healthy as you get older.

Why a podcast?

Everyone wants to be healthy. But it’s not always that simple. Especially with nutrition, there can be a lot of confusing and even conflicting information out there.

I believe that everyone deserves to have access to simple and practical nutrition information. You shouldn’t need to have an advanced degree to know what to eat. It should be easier!

Through this podcast, you can finally get clarity on your top nutrition questions. As a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist, I’ll break down the complicated nutrition science, push past the sensationalized media headlines, and wade through the endless crap you find online.

When you’re with me, you’ll get the facts. You’ll get simple, practical tips that you can start using in your life right away.

So, if you’ve been searching for answers, and you want to start eating well and feeling great, then you’ve come to the right place!

Submit your nutrition question below and it might be answered on an upcoming episode!

Submit Your Question for “Ask a Nutritionist”

Please do not submit personal medical information through this form. I cannot answer questions about a personal medical condition. See Disclaimer below. If you are interested in private nutrition counseling, please Contact Me to learn how nutrition counseling can help you.

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The information provided in response to questions sent to “Ask a Nutritionist” are intended for educational purposes only. It is not intended, and should not be taken, as the delivery of medical care. Persons requiring diagnosis or treatment, or with questions specific to a single individual, should contact their local health care provider like a doctor, registered dietitian or nurse for appropriate care.

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