"As a busy mom of three, I know how challenging it can be to stay on track with your nutrition. I take a small steps approach. Every little positive choice you make adds up to the bigger picture of health. Lasting change comes when we build healthy habits over time."
Sarah Garone, NDTR, covers nutrition. She began her career as a college German instructor, but after taking a break to raise her three children, she discovered her passion for food and nutrition. She returned to school to earn a degree in nutrition and became a nutritionist licensed with the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. Along the way, she started her food and nutrition blog, A Love Letter to Food, where she shares (mostly!) healthy recipes and nutrition information.
In her career as a freelance writer, Sarah writes for a variety of publications on health, wellness, lifestyle, parenting, and Catholic spirituality. She has contributed to outlets such as Healthline, Greatist, Brit + Co, Today's Parent, and Motherly. She is a frequent corporate- and group-wellness presenter and teaches a monthly kids' cooking class called Toddler Test Kitchen.
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