Cara Rosenbloom, RD

Cara Rosenbloom, RD

Registered Dietitian


Food and Nutrition


Western University, Ryerson University



Cara is a dietitian, journalist, recipe developer and founder of Words to Eat By, a nutrition communications company in Toronto, ON. Since becoming a dietitian in 2000, she has written over 600+ articles for newspapers, websites and magazines, including the Washington Post, Chatelaine, and Food & Nutrition Magazine. She’s a popular guest on national TV and radio shows, and shares her nutrition knowledge at conferences across North America. She has a knack for busting nutrition myths and turning complex scientific research into nutrition tips that you can use.

Cara is co-author of the award-winning cookbook Nourish, and the upcoming book Food to Grow On, a guide to childhood nutrition from pregnancy through to grade school.


Cara holds a BA in literature from Western University in London, Ontario, and a BASc in nutrition from Ryerson University in Toronto.

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