The best diet for you is one that makes you feel good in your body, incorporates foods you enjoy, makes you happy and you could see yourself sticking to for the rest of your life. Don't waste your time, energy, health, or money on anything else that doesn't meet this criteria.
Brittany Poulson is a Utah-registered dietitian nutritionist and diabetes care and education specialist. Since becoming a dietitian in 2011, she has worked to provide tailored nutrition coaching and sustainable life-changing services for her clients.
Brittany is the author of The Healthy Family Cookbook. She owns a private practice focusing on helping clients with IBS overcome their digestive troubles through the low FODMAP diet. You can find her blogging about healthy recipes, exercise tips, and other health and wellness topics at www.yourchoicenutrition.com.
Brittany Poulson received both a master of dietetics administration degree, as well as a bachelor of science, with an emphasis in dietetics from Utah State University. She completed the Utah State University dietetics distance internship prior to becoming a registered dietitian in 2011.
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