Stephanie Forsythe MS, RDN, CNSC, CDN

Stephanie Forsythe MS, RDN, CNSC, CDN is a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist who works as a Clinical Dietitian and Nutrition Coordinator at a hospital in Brooklyn. She helps patients meet their nutritional needs during their stay in the intensive care units. Aside from developing recipe and blog content for Savor Health, Stephanie also has worked as pastry cook in California and New York City. Stephanie received her undergraduate degree from the University of California, Berkeley and her Master of Science in Nutrition Education from Teachers College Columbia University. She completed a Dietetic Internship and training through Teachers College.

Savor Cooks Chestnuts

This month’s “Savor Cooks” recipe features CHESTNUTS. Try our recipe for Roasted Rainbow Roots with…

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Savor Cooks Jicama

This month’s “Savor Cooks” recipe uses JICAMA. Try our recipes for Jicama Fries with Chipotle…

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Savor Cooks Pumpkin

Eat the pumpkin?  Oh no, pumpkin’s are not just for decoration. You can, and should,…

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Savor Cooks: Kabocha Squash

Kabocha squash is a gnarly beauty. It’s got warts and funky nubbins, but the inside…

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Savor Cooks: Juicy Concord Grapes

Concord grapes start to pop up at the farmers’ markets and grocery stores in the…

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Savor Cooks: Crisp Sugar Snap Peas

Keep your summery vegetables bright and crunchy using a technique known as blanching. Blanching involves…

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Savor Cooks: Kiwi

For a vibrant warm-weather treat that will boost your antioxidant load and satisfy your sweet…

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Savor Cooks: Apricots

A fresh ripe apricot is so delicious all on its own. Enjoy this summery fruit…

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Savor Cooks: Rhubarb

Rhubarb season always comes and goes before we can blink our eyes twice. So go…

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Savor Cooks: Persimmon

Persimmons are a bright orange fruit that resembles a tomato in shape. They are typically…

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Savor Cooks: Turnips

Stock your winter kitchen with bright red apples and ruby grapefruits, citrus fruit galore, sweet…

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Savor Cooks: Celery Root

Celery root, also known as celeriac, is a root vegetable that tastes like a cross…

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Is Soylent for Me?

In the last handful of years, a group of young programmers have popularized a new…

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gas and bloating are embarrassing, but you can prevent them

The FODMAP Diet

“FODMAP” is actually an acronym representing a diet protocol now being used to treat irritable…

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The Home Stretch

Stretching is a great way to warm up before physical activity and also to cool…

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aqua aerobics classes are great for exercise

Water Based Exercise

Water-based exercises cover a range of activities including swimming, water aerobics, and walking or running…

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Flow with Tai Chi

Low impact exercise can broadly be defined as exercise that allows at least one foot…

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Stay Strong with Pilates

Try adding Pilates to your strength training routine. Pilates is a gentle mind-body exercise that emphasizes…

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