Breakfast For Dinner
Breakfast for dinner is great when you make it an omelet! Add veggies and reduced fat cheese and serve with whole grain toast (or baked potato wedges) for a nutritiously balanced, protein rich meal in minutes.…
Stephanie Clarke is a registered dietitian (RD), media spokesperson, author, and speaker, who provides nutritional counseling to a wide range of people in the areas of weight loss, disease prevention and management, women's health, and family nutrition.
Stephanie is passionate about communicating accurate nutrition information in a fun and practical way that works with people’s busy lifestyles. She’ll show you exactly what to toss into your shopping basket and how to stock and organize your kitchen to make healthy eating a snap.
Along with C&J business partner Willow Jarosh, Stephanie "Tweets what she eats" @CJnutrition on Twitter.com, giving followers real-time meal and snack ideas. As part of C&J Nutrition, Stephanie offers daily healthy eating tips via Facebook (C&J Nutrition), is a contributing editor and nutrition expert for SELF magazine, a nutrition expert and blogger for Bob Green’s The Best Life program, and writer/editor for Bumble Bee Foods Bee Well For Life Bee Delicious blog.
Engaging audiences with practical nutrition information via seminars, weight loss challenges, and healthy cooking demonstrations for both small and large corporations is one of the things that Stephanie loves most about her work. She works with a variety of companies like Morgan Stanley, Bank of America, Bloomberg, Hess, Conde Nast, New York Life, as well as colleges and universities across the country. In addition to working with adults, Stephanie is also an avid promoter of the importance of childhood nutrition. She acts as a nutrition adviser and board member for the non-profit Healthy Kids Concepts, whose mission is to bring food and nutrition education programs to young kids and families across the country.
Thoroughly living the lifestyle she promotes – Stephanie loves food and enjoys cooking and coming up with ways to use the seasonal ingredients from the Community Supported Agriculture group (CSA) that she belongs to.
Stephanie holds a Bachelor of Science in Dietetics from the University of Rhode Island and a Master of Science in Nutrition Communication from Tufts University’s Friedman School of Nutrition Science and Policy. She completed her training as a registered dietitian at Tufts New England Medical Center in Boston, and is a member of the American Dietetic Association (ADA) as well as the Nutrition Entrepreneurs, Dietitians in Business and Communications, and Weight Management specialty practice groups.
More about Stephanie
Stephanie grew up in New York and New Jersey, a competitive gymnast who later went on to receive a scholarship from the University of Rhode Island Division I gymnastics team.
A love of the outdoors and anything that gets your heart rate up means you can find her biking, hiking, playing tennis, snowboarding, and exploring new cities often.
To find out more about the requirements of a registered dietitian (RD) click here.