Jessica Corwin

Jessica Corwin, MPH, RDN, is a community nutrition educator at Spectrum Health. She 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 cooking classes and nutrition education, both in the kitchen and at the farmer’s market. She also serves as the nutrition consultant for “Yum Food and Fun for Kids,” a family focused healthy eating magazine, and writes for several other small national syndications. When she is not in the kitchen, she can usually be found hiking with her handsome husband and adorable son.
Food and Recipes

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