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  1. im looking for a RD for my daughter who has Crohn’s Disease. We live in Annapolis MD.


  2. Hi Heather,
    I just started following your blog. I was born and raised in Fairfax, VA and currently live in South Florida. I started running about a year and a half ago and did the MCM last October and am signed up to do it again this year. I love reading about all of the cool races and places in your area!

    Check out my blog at (I just started it)

    Keep posting, I really enjoy the info!


  3. jillianmckee


    I have a quick question about your blog, do you think you could email me?


  4. I have nominated you for the “One Lovely Blog Award”. Congratulations!

  5. Soo mi Park

    Hello. My name is Soo. I;m running Gar marathon next month… but i can’t find direction i live in VA.. I called them serveral times no answer back.. by searching internet i find you… is there any direction info?? like addresss

    this is what they posted.. i don’t have no idea how to drive… without address..
    Please help me…

    Location: Carderock Recreation Area (not Park), Carderock, MD.

    Directions: Take the Capital Beltway (I-495), to the Clara Barton Parkway headed west, outside the beltway. Make a right on the first exit which is for both Carderock and the Naval Surface Warfare Center (Carderock Division). Turn left at the stop sign at the top of the ramp to cross the parkway. After passing under the canal, turn right and proceed to the third parking area on the left. Note: We normally hold races at the parking lot that is the first after you make the right, but continue onward to the end of the road.

    my email is

    Thank you!

    • Heather C

      Hi Soo,
      It’s been years since I’ve done that race, but the directions they provided are probably the best guidance. Once you’re on the Clara Barton Parkway, there should be signs for the Recreation Area.

  6. Anna Callie


    Hi, I love your blog and wanted to know if you accept guest blog posts?



  7. I just took a tour in your site, love it! Recipes are great and I’m all about new ideas to cook healthy. Here I’m leaving one mine for you to try, great for this cold weather: “Chunky Chicken Soup” Hope you like it:
    Awesome site! :)
    FitFluential Ambassador

  8. Hello!

    I was wondering if you know anything about a Masters in Public Health being that you are a RD. I am planning on starting my Masters in Public Health in the fall but i have been worried that there will not be a wide variety of jobs once I finish. Do you think you could give me a better idea of job opportunities that are available for this area of work? I looked into becoming an RD but my bachelors degree is in Psychology. Thank you so much for your help!

    • Patricia

      I was animal science and pre-vet in undergrad. I just got my MPH. There are a variety of careers out there!! I believe with an MPH you will have a competitive edge particularly if you think you want to work with a governmental organization.

  9. Patricia

    I was recently accepted into a coordinated program in dietetics. I am very excited! There seems to be so much variability in this field. I was wondering if you could give me some more insight in terms of salary as well as your position as a dietician in marketing. Did you have previous marketing experience?

  10. Lily

    Hi, I am looking for a dietician, I’m a runner and want to combo a good diet with training for a fall marathon. we can discuss specific but basically I hit 47 years old and my metabolism seems to have stopped ! :-)
    Thanks in advance for contacting me.

  11. Meredith

    Hi Heather,

    I came across your blog and it’s great! I have worked in the corporate wellness business in the past and am looking to get back into that field of work. I currently am a clinical dietitian. How did you get into corporate wellness as a dietitian? Do you have any advice for others trying to do the same?


  12. Jessica

    Hi Heather – I’d love to send you an invite to a special dinner, please contact me. Thanks, Jessica

  13. Hi Heather,

    I LOVE the blog! You have so many great recipes that I can’t wait to try! I’m about to make the move to Denver, and I would love to meet up for lunch or coffee if you are up for it! I am a blogger from Athens, GA, and it would be a pleasure to pick your brain about blogging/ living healthy! Let me know :)

  14. Heather Melman

    Hi Heather,

    I am thinking about working with a registered dietitian in the DC area and was wondering if you could give me some advice. Do you happen work with clients on a one-on-one basis? Please let me know.

    Thank you,


  15. Brian

    Hi Heather, I live in Chicago area. I have played sports all my life and have started training for my first race. I’d like to lose quite a few pounds as well as make sure I am fueling for training properly. My main goal is finding an RD with experience training as a runner as well. Do you have any referrals in my area or even better, are you available for a few sessions virtually? Please drop me a note. Thanks!

  16. Michelle

    Hi, Heather.
    I came across your blog while looking for available jobs in the Corporate Wellness field. I would LOVE an opportunity to talk to you or reach you by email on a more private scale to maybe ask you a few questions / get your advice about finding a job in this or a nutrition-related marketing field – if you’re willing! I’m a registered dietitian in the DMV with a background in corporate communications as well. If you wouldn’t mind contacting me at the email address I provided, I’d really appreciate it very much. Thank you for your time!

  17. RE: Organic Revolution and ID Life


    I noticed in your contact comments that you review products you like! I became a rep for ID Life Nutrition after I found out that the “natural” supplements my husband and I were taking were full of hidden GMOs and other toxins. Once I dug in I found out that virtually every supplement product on the market- GNC, Centrum, Nature Made, One-A-Day- every single one- full of GMOs and toxins. It opened my eyes (and infuriated me) and I went in search of a company that produced supplements that are truly helping people. I found ID Life, did my research and was so floored by it that I became a representative. ID Life supplements are Organic, Non-GMO, Gluten-free and Casein-free. They are also personalized in the most specific sense of the word. Supplementation is recommended based on a full health assessment, with HIPPA laws in place, and the result is nutrition for you, and only you. It’s the most incredible thing of which I’ve ever been so proud to be a part. On a personal note: I don’t represent this company because I need to- my husband’s salary provides for our family. I represent this company because its products reflect my own values around putting good things into the world and into our bodies. If you would like to take the assessment, please visit my website: and I will happily pay for your first month of supplements if you decide you’d like to review it. Please feel free to email me with any questions at

    Thanks very much for reading, and for your wonderful blog : )

    Rachel Jackson
    Washington, DC

  18. Allie

    Hi Heather!
    I found you via instagram (not really sure how) and decided to move to your blog, and I love your approach to health.

    I am in the middle of my dietetic internship in the Twin Cities and will be finishing my rotations middle of March.

    I was hoping I could pick your brain a little as you are an RD who is involved in the fitness/wellness side of things. I already know this is absolutley where I want to work as a dietitian, but it seems that it can be a hard little niche to get in to. Is there anything you would recommend for me to do to help me get my foot in the door with this aspect of the RD world?

    I’ve looked in to becoming a CSSD, and also possibly becoming personal training certified, is there anything you would recommend as far as certifications go?

    I know you’re super busy, so any advice, even brief, would be SO appreciative. Books/RD material I should read, places to look for employment, things I should be doing now…etc.
    Thanks so much!

  19. Erika Glenn

    I just found your blog today. You sound awesome! Anyways, I am considering a career change to RD, and am particularly interested in consulting. I was wondering if you would be willing to walk me through what a standard day at work looks like for you? I would really appreciate it.

  20. Lauren Kronisch, RD

    Hi Heather!

    I love your blog/ Facebook page! I’m a new dietitian/ lifelong athlete currently working at a clinical dietitian in a hospital, but looking to write on the side. Do you ever consider contributing writers/ researchers to work on your posts/materials?


  21. Hope Kumor

    Hello Heather–

    I hope you’re doing well.

    I’m a freelance writer for Nadia Murdock Fitness and would love to interview you for a story I’m currently working on.

    I’m aware there’s a good and bad side of peanut butter, but I wish to dive more into it. Therefore, I’d love to send along some questions getting to the nut of the PB. Please let me know if you’re interested!

    Thanks so much! I look forward to hearing from you soon!

    Hope Kumor

  22. Helen

    Hi Heather –
    Do you offer nutrition advice for runners? I am fifty and have been training for about 6 months and would like information on eating, I run my first half in January. thanks for your help. Helen

  23. Ashley

    Hi Heather,

    I am interested in interviewing you for a story for a running publication. Please let me know if you are interested. I look forward to hearing from you!

  24. Hi Heather,

    My name is Michele and I’m the Marketing Manager for a start up in Redwood City called Fit3D. I am an old friend of Sara Stewart’s (Nourish and Flourish). I mentioned to her I was hoping to get some contact information for wellness bloggers in SF and she gave me your information!

    My team is responsible for creating the first ever completely safe body scanning device for the medical and fitness industries that tracks body transformation progress when the weight scale stops showing true results. Please take a look at the links I’ve provided below for more information about what we do and a more in depth look at our product with a clip of our ProScanner featured on Rachael Ray recently. (Of the three videos placed at the bottom of the main stream, please click on the video to the very right entitled “Dr. Ian Smith and Fit3D Technology”.)

    In under 60 seconds, our ProScanner takes hundreds of body measurements and creates a three dimensional body avatar for users to use as fitness progress indicators when a body weight scale stops telling the entire story. Users are able to log in to the Fit3D servers to view their avatar and results, sharing them only with whomever they choose. As they continue their hustle, users can continue to scan at whatever frequency, comparing their images and measurements side by side, using their results as motivation.

    My CEO and I are doing our best to put together some sort of media/blogger day. I’d love to get a few Bay Area wellness bloggers to a ProScanner location so you can give it a test run. Afterwards, I’d love to talk to you about how you feel our ProScanner might impact the Fitness Industry.

    Please let me know your thoughts! Happy to schedule a time to chat over the phone, as well.


    Michele Osorio

  25. Hi Heather,

    My name is Jennifer and I’ve been following your blog for several weeks now. I would like to commend you on the quality of your material and the success you’ve found in your community.

    I work for Azumio, Inc., a mobile health company with numerous applications and millions of users, dedicated to connecting the public through the first social health network and database. Azumio has been responsible for some of the most innovative health and fitness apps. Our Argus and Instant Heart Rate apps have even been featured in Apple TV’s Strength and Powerful ads, respectively. Besides Nike, Azumio is the only other company featured in multiple Apple commercials. In addition, Azumio is one of the leading developers for Google Fit, a health-tracking platform developed for the Android operating system.

    I am contacting you on behalf of Azumio because of your expertise and passion about running and nutrition, which would be prime categories of interest for our 40 million users. We would like to offer you an opportunity to be a guest blogger for Azumio where you will be able to showcase your work to our mobile users and reach a new segment of readers apart from your current audience. This is a chance for you to not only expand your personal community rapidly but to make a real difference in the world of health.

    If you are interested, please e-mail me at and I will send you information as to what the job entails as well as information on the benefits of an Azumio partnership.

    Thank you for your time and I look forward to hearing from you.

    Best regards,


  26. Hi Heather, I’m Ashley Smith from BaliniSports, an environment-friendly and socially conscious yoga apparel brand. I’ve been a fan of your website. I really enjoy your blogs and would love to connect with you to get to know you more. Share stories and tips that can inspire and empower women to be the healthiest we can all be. My email is Chat soon!
    Thank you

  27. Michelle

    Ms. Calcote,
    I am currently a junior majoring in Exercise Sport Science with a minor in Nutrition. I have been career searching for quite some time now but most careers that go along with my major (PT, PA, med school) don’t seem to interest me much. I have found that I am really enjoying my nutrition classes though and find myself continually gravitating toward RD. I was wondering if I could ask you a few questions and hopefully gain more insight into the career and more about how you got where you are now? Thank you for your time and I hope to hear back.

    – Michelle

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