Carrie Dennett, MPH, RDN, CD is a Seattle-based registered dietitian nutritionist, certified intuitive eating counselor, journalist and speaker. She is the nutrition columnist for The Seattle Times and writes regularly for The Washington Post, Today’s Dietitian magazine and Environmental Nutrition newsletter. When she’s not writing, Carrie provides one-on-one nutrition counseling, helps people build better relationships with food using a non-diet, intuitive and mindful eating approach.
Carrie has more than 200 cookbooks in her personal library and enjoys cooking, vegetable gardening and traveling when she’s not debunking nutrition myths or helping her clients unload some of their food-related baggage.
Carrie writes regularly for The Seattle Times, The Washington Post, Today’s Dietitian magazine and Environmental Nutrition newsletter. You can find all of her Seattle Times columns here and links to her other articles here.
MyDomaine: “Are superfoods really that good for you?”
Women’s Health: “How to beat your brain’s compulsion to crave unhealthy foods”
The List: “What healthy people really eat for lunch”
Mentions in “Smart Brief”
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WOSU Public Radio | All Sides with Ann Fisher: “Food Myths”
Doctor Radio with Samantha Heller on SiriusXM: “Organic Dairy” (October 6, 2017) and “What you need to know about iron” (November 10, 2016)
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