Primary Blogger, Katie C.
While I don’t hold any of the fancy nutrition titles (I’ll leave that to my fellow bloggers), I’m passionate about eating healthy and living an active lifestyle. When I’m not bringing you the latest nutrition news, you can find me combing through Pinterest for the newest low-cal recipes or at the CrossFit gym. My absolute favorite food is dark chocolate and my favorite meal of the day is breakfast! I’m originally from New York but my home is in Atlanta now. Feel free to shoot me an email if you have any questions!
Lead Nutritionist, Beth Hubrich, MS, RD, LD
Beth is well versed in clinical nutrition, food service, nutrition communications, and community and public health. She holds a B.S. in nutrition and food science from Florida State University, where she graduated cum laude, and a Master’s degree in nutrition and food science from Texas Woman’s University. Beth has worked with CNN’s “On the Menu” program and has written for The Tallahassee Democrat, Today’s Dietitian and USA Today Magazine. She is a member of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics (AND), as well as a founding member of the Weight Management dietetic practice group and the Dietitians in Business and Communications dietetic practice group. Beth has served as a nutrition and food communications specialist for the Calorie Control Council for a number of years. Beth is a former aerobics teacher and is certified in Adult Weight Management by the Academy. She currently lives in the Southeast with her husband and three young children.
Carolyn Reynaud, MS, RD, LD is a licensed registered dietitian. She received her BS in nutrition from Michigan State University and her Masters and Certificate in Public Health from Georgia State University. She has experience working in several avenues of health care including corporate wellness, clinical disease management, research, and health promotion. She has been working as a health coach specialist for close to 6 years, where she counsels patients on preventative healthcare and helps them meet their health goals.
Ellen Stokes, MS, RD, LD is an award-winning video producer, director, and writer in addition to being a registered dietitian. Ellen writes and creates videos about nutrition education, food safety, menu planning, grocery shopping, and healthful cooking on a budget. Ellen has worked with organizations and companies including the Partnership for Food Safety Education, the University of Georgia Food Science Department, and Golden Cuisine. Ellen formerly worked for CNN as a writer and producer and has taught food safety online for Georgia State University. You can check her out on Twitter @EllenS_RD
About The Calorie Control Council
From low-cal and sugar-free foods and beverages, recipes and exercise, to facts about calories – theskinnyonlowcal.org covers important tips and advice you need to know about making a healthy lifestyle work for you. With all of the conflicting information floating around the Internet and in the media about dieting, weight loss and calories, it’s hard to discern what really works and what doesn’t. And how to separate fact from fiction. Here you will get “the skinny” on topics such as calories, how to lose weight and keep it off, and specific information about low-calorie sweeteners (such as aspartame, which is used as a sugar substitute in so many of your favorite sugar-free foods and beverages). And along with factual information, theskinnyonlowcal.org provides tools such as calorie calculators and calorie counters to guide you toward sensible, healthy and sustainable weight loss.
theskinnyonlowcal.org is brought to you by the Calorie Control Council, a non-profit international trade association established in 1966. The Calorie Control Council is comprised of companies that make low-calorie, reduced-fat and lighter versions of your favorite foods and beverages. Since its inception, the Council has fostered communication among a wide variety of audiences about the importance of “sensible dieting” – controlling calories, increasing physical activity and making permanent changes in eating and exercise habits. For more than four decades, the Council has served as a respected and credible information source about healthy lifestyles, weight management, low calorie sweeteners, and obesity issues.
Get more information about The Calorie Council Control by visiting us online.