Stephanie Forsythe, MS, RDN, CNSC is former writer for Verywell Fit covering nutrition. She's a registered dietitian nutritionist who worked as a clinical dietitian and nutrition coordinator at a hospital in Brooklyn.
Stephanie also works on recipe projects and blog posts for Savor Health, an organization dedicated to making the lives of cancer patients and their caregivers easier and less stressful. She helped with recipe testing, editing, and nutrition analysis for Savor Health’s The Meals to Heal Cookbook (2016). She also created more than 60 cancer prevention recipes (and photographs!) for Verywell on behalf of Savor Health.
During her undergraduate years in Berkeley, California, Stephanie “staged” (interned) in the pastry kitchen at Chez Panisse and eventually got a part-time pastry cook position at a restaurant in Oakland, California. She continued to follow her love of food and cooking with a full-time pastry cook position when she moved to New York City in 2011 before going back to school for nutrition.
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