registered dietitian nutritionist
Hi and welcome! I’m Sarah Bullard, and I’m a registered dietitian nutritionist based in East Texas. My specialty is helping people make realistic and effective nutrition changes.
What I’ve found in my 15 years of practice as a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist is that even though we don’t all have the same problems, we all know what it means to feel stuck.
It can be overwhelming to navigate nutrition and food information and make changes that actually work in your day-to-day routine.
The Anti-Inflammatory Diet provides an effective and simple approach that benefits everyone. This eating style prioritizes whole foods to reduce the risk of chronic disease.
I provide practical advice and research-based content on how to apply the anti-inflammatory diet to your daily routine.
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Welcome to UNstuck Nutrition, a trustworthy and research-based nutrition source.
Nutrition is defined as “the act or process of nourishing others or being nourished.”
Simple as that sounds, it can be overwhelming to implement optimal nutrition into daily life.
As a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist, I provide practical advice and research-based nutrition content on how to apply the anti-inflammatory diet to your daily routine
Our Editorial Process
It is hard to sort through all the nutrition information on the internet. What makes UNstuck Nutrition reliable?
All content is created by Sarah Bullard, MS, RDN, LD. She brings 15 years of nutrition experience and consults for research studies. The content includes references to peer-reviewed research articles, academic textbooks, and trustworthy websites. UNstuck Nutrition is about science.
Content is reviewed at least annually and updated as needed based on changes in science. Sarah has co-authored several research papers, works on clinical trials, and writes for an evidence-based continuous glucose monitoring company and creates nutrition articles for a national company that connects patients to dietitians.
Sarah has a Masters degree in nutrition, has completed 1,200 hours of supervised practice through an accredited dietetic internship program, and passed a national exam to obtain the dietitian credential. To maintain the dietitian credential requires 75 hours of continuing education every five years.
Please note that the content on this site is general information only and should not be taken as personalized nutrition advice. Read our disclaimers for more information and consult with your healthcare provider before making any diet or lifestyle changes.