Amy Good

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Amy Good, RDN is a newly credentialed nutrition professional that wants to use her voice and passion for writing to help people take the initiative to create a healthier life. She is experienced working with children, young mothers, adults with diabetes, cancer, and heart disease, and small businesses. She hopes…

Amy Good, RDN is a newly credentialed nutrition professional that wants to use her voice and passion for writing to help people take the initiative to create a healthier life. She is experienced working with children, young mothers, adults with diabetes, cancer, and heart disease, and small businesses. She hopes to continue helping others by using her knowledge of nutrition and technology to move the profession of dietetics forward by creating a larger presence of nutrition professionals on the internet. Amy has been featured on The Huffington Post Healthy Living blog, the Kitchfix blog, and the Vital Signs newsletter. She regularly posts nutrition tidbits and information on her blog No Excuses Health.

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Amy Good, RDN is a newly credentialed nutrition professional that wants to use her voice and passion for writing to help people take the initiative to create a healthier life. She is experienced working with children, young mothers, adults with diabetes, cancer, and heart disease, and small businesses. She hopes…

Amy Good, RDN is a newly credentialed nutrition professional that wants to use her voice and passion for writing to help people take the initiative to create a healthier life. She is experienced working with children, young mothers, adults with diabetes, cancer, and heart disease, and small businesses. She hopes to continue helping others by using her knowledge of nutrition and technology to move the profession of dietetics forward by creating a larger presence of nutrition professionals on the internet. Amy has been featured on The Huffington Post Healthy Living blog, the Kitchfix blog, and the Vital Signs newsletter. She regularly posts nutrition tidbits and information on her blog No Excuses Health.

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