Preparing your own meals can help you be more mindful and appreciative of food and how it nourishes your body and spirit. Getting into the kitchen – whether it is learning basic cooking skills or trying a new recipe – builds your cooking confidence which can translate into healthy habits.
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Sarah-Jane Bedwell is a Nashville-based registered dietitian and the host of Cooking with Sarah-Jane video series, a consultant to the food and beverage industry, and frequently appears in the media sharing evidenced-based information on food and nutrition.
Sarah-Jane’s mission is to help people achieve a higher quality of life through food and nutrition. She is the official food and nutrition blogger for SELF Magazine, has appeared on all the major Nashville news station affiliate channels, and several times nationally on NBC’s TODAY Show.
She currently serves as a media spokesperson for the Tennessee Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics and was selected to win the 2013 Media Excellence Award by the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics.
Sarah-Jane’s first book, “Schedule Me Skinny: Plan to Lose Weight and Keep it Off in Just 30 Minutes a Week,” was released in January 2014.
Here are the resources we mentioned on the show:
- Sarah Jane’s blog and Cooking with Sarah-Jane Video Series
- Sarah-Jane on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest
- See Sarah-Jane on TV (including the Today Show)!
- Melissa’s Do M.O.R.E. with Dinner Initiative