Jessica Corwin

Jessica Corwin graduated from Western Michigan University with a Bachelor of Science in Dietetics before moving on to Michigan State University to complete her dietetic internship. She spent five years working in school nutrition with a large foodservice distributor, before returning to MSU to attain her Master’s in Public Health. This move allowed Jessica to transition from a career in corporate dietetics to one out in the community teaching people how to eat right in practical ways through hands-on cooking classes and nutrition education, both in the kitchen and at the farmer’s market. Today, in addition to her work as a community nutrition educator, Jessica is a culinary nutritionist, freelance journalist and nutrition editor for several national syndications including, "Low Sugar Living", "Go Gluten Free", and Yum Food and Fun for Kids”. When she is not in the kitchen, she can be usually be found hiking the dunes with her husband and baby boys.

Posts from Jessica Corwin

Patient Story

Focus on these 5 healthy habits

Start wherever you are and build from there to make small steps toward a better future.

A quienes tienen limitaciones en la cocina

¿Cómo se comparan los restaurantes y las tiendas de comida rápida en el ámbito de la salud? Se va a sorprender.

Permita que la temporada le dé forma a su plato

La primavera está en todo su esplendor y el verano está ya a la vuelta de la esquina.

Pase la sal

Una pequeña porción de su ingestión de sodio proviene de sus alimentos en el hogar. ¿La peor causa? Las comidas altamente procesadas y empaquetadas.

Hold the salt

A small portion of your sodium intake comes from eating at home. The worst culprit? Highly processed and packaged food.

Getting back to bread

Don't be so quick to write off this once-favored staple of your diet.

The vital victual of Valentine’s

Aiming for good health and happiness in this season of love? A bit of dark chocolate deserves a spot in your snack bag.

Fight cancer with healthy foods

Include a rainbow of foods on your plate for a lifetime of benefits.

New dietary guidelines and you

A dietitian gives the scoop on what is in the recommendations and what is left out.