As a recipe reading, cooking obsessed, nutrition research nerd, I’m happy to do all of the leg work for you so you can cook fast and eat well. I’ll be cooking everything in my own kitchen, snapping photos with my iPhone and sharing them with you. What I post is what my family eats. As a registered and licensed dietitian/nutritionist, I am bound by an ethical code of conduct so my nutrition advice is based on the most up-to-date, evidence-based research, not trending fads. I’ll keep my posts simple and to the point. Not a lot of fuss or food snobbery on this blog. I’ll link you to my favorite recipes from my favorite sites and I’ll share some of my own. My personal recipes are loose and easy. You can swap ingredients for ones you like and use more or less of the amounts listed in the recipe. It’s your party. What you choose to eat is your business, but as a nutritionist, I see first hand how food impacts health. If you’re already eating healthier, you’ll discover twists on familiar recipes, find new foods to try and get hot off the press, informative nutrition tips. If you know you should be eating better but not sure where to start, I’ll gently nudge you toward choosing food that is better for you. My goal is to convince you that eating well can be easy, fast and delicious.
My workdays are spent researching, counseling and lecturing on nutritional issues. At home, I’m reading cooking blogs, websites, and magazines, scouring supermarkets for interesting foods, and testing new recipes on my family. Like I said, I’m a self-confessed cooking and nutrition nerd. Even my travel destinations are centered around food and cooking. I’m here to share my passion with you and hopefully make your cooking a little healthier and a little easier.
Judy Matusky, RDN, LDN
Judy received her Bachelors of Science degree in Nutrition and Dietetics from the University of Delaware. Judy is a registered dietitian, licensed dietitian/nutritionist and is certified in child, adolescent and adult weight management by the Commission on Dietetic Registration. She completed her Certificate of Training in Culinary Nutrition from the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. Judy has held positions as a clinical dietitian at Bryn Mawr Hospital, an American College of Sports Medicine certified fitness instructor, an assistant director of health promotion and the Medical Nutrition and Education Specialist for Main Line Health. She is an Adjunct Clinical Professor at LaSalle University, School of Nursing and Health Sciences
Judy is the owner of Athens Nutrition, a nutrition counseling and consulting firm in Ardmore, PA and has been interviewed for US News and World Report, Fox 29, CBS Philly, and Philadelphia Magazine.
Commission on Dietetic Registration Number- 661625
Pennsylvania License Number- DN001445