Nourishing mind, body and soul
Carrie Dennett | MPH, RDN, CD
I’m Carrie Dennett and I’m a Seattle-based registered dietitian nutritionist, freelance writer, intuitive eating counselor, vegetable gardener, and caretaker to a golden retriever and four backyard hens.
I love to read, drink coffee (or wine or craft beer), watch movies, do yoga, meditate and go on long walks with my husband and dog (or both, when schedules allow). I also love food. I own more than 200 cookbooks and enjoy preparing meals that are both nutritious and delicious. However, I know that a healthy relationship with food doesn’t always come easily.
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Addressing some comments about my latest On Nutrition column in The Seattle Times, which took aim at Weight Watchers’ targeting of teens but also carried the broader (and somewhat overlooked) message that wellness should be promoted for everyone, at every weight.
So, I was minding my beeswax the other night when an angry email from a researcher popped into my inbox. He did not appreciate the vague reference (I did not mention the title, the publication, or the researchers names) to one of his studies in my Seattle Times column that had JUST been posted to the Times website that day. Dude must be part bloodhound.
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