Sally Kuzemchak, MS, RD, is a registered dietitian, educator, and author. An award-winning reporter and writer specializing in nutrition, Sally has been published in numerous magazines and newspapers including Prevention, Family Circle, Eating Well, Fitness, Shape, and the Chicago Tribune. She is now a contributing editor to Parents magazine. In 2014, she collaborated with Cooking Light on Dinnertime Survival Guide, a cookbook for busy families. She is also the author of an upcoming book for parents and children called The 101 Healthiest Foods For Kids.
Sally is the founder of the blog Real Mom Nutrition, a “no-judgments zone” all about feeding families that was named Best Blog for Parents by Health magazine in 2015. She also blogs regularly for Parents magazine.
Sally first became interested in nutrition after gaining the dreaded ”freshman 15” in college and consulting with a dietitian, who taught her that that a diet of bagels, waffles, pizza, and pretzels was not the road to good health. She received her master’s degree in dietetics from The Ohio State University and has counseled clients in weight management, prenatal nutrition, and diabetes. She has also served as adjunct faculty at Ohio University Lancaster and Otterbein University.
She lives in Columbus, OH, with her husband, two sons, and dog, Hopper. In her spare time, she loads and unloads the dishwasher. (Then loads it again.) You can join her lively Real Mom Nutrition community on Facebook and find her on Instagram.