Rebecca Scritchfield


Rebecca Scritchfield

Rebecca Scritchfield is a Washington D.C.-based registered dietitian and fitness expert who specializes in realistic approaches to healthy lifestyles. She inspires people to change their lives by establishing balanced eating habits, performing exercises that feel great, and learning to manage stress. A graduate of Johns Hopkins University, she has reached millions of people through television, radio, print, and web, including: The Today Show, MSNBC, Fox News, CNN, The Washington Post, O Magazine, Prevention, Women’s Health, and Runner’s World. She also writes for US News and Pregnancy Magazine.

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