Jill Castle, MS, RD

Jill Castle, MS, RD

Writer

Expertise

Childhood Nutrition

Education

Indiana University Bloomington, MGH Institute of Health Professions

Highlights

I know you can visit many food allergies resources on the internet. What I offer you is a unique perspective about managing food allergies as a mom who's been there and who also happens to be a pediatric nutrition expert."

— Jill Castle, MS, RD

Experience

Jill Castle, MS, RD, is a former writer for Verywell Health covering childhood nutrition. She completed her early nutrition education and experiences in Boston, completing her dietetic internship and working at Massachusetts General Hospital as a pediatric dietitian, and then at Children's Hospital as a nutrition support RD. After taking some time off to start a family, she opened a pediatric nutrition private practice in Nashville, TN, where she helped families with food allergies, celiac disease, esophageal esophagitis and other food sensitivities. Currently, she lives and work in Connecticut where she works as a consultant, speaker, and author/freelance writer.

Education

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