Hi, I’m Josten, and I help moms confidently feed their littles with easy recipes and solid nutrition advice.
I would like to help you:
- find easy recipes that even your picky toddler will love.
- learn to make a meal plan you actually follow.
- answer your nutrition questions with fad free advice.
I am really good at making EASY and healthy recipes that taste good but are simple and fast to make. I can even help you come up with a game plan for next time your toddler refuses dinner.
Josten is a Registered Dietitian & Nutritionist who has over 10 years of experience in the field of Nutrition.
As Mommy to 2 littles:
I I have refined my practice as a Dietitian by cooking with little people wrapped around my legs, and strapped to my body.
I’ve experienced continual snack requests all day long and have strategies ready to help your kids develop healthy eating habits and a positive food mindset.
And now...I'm here to show you that feeding your family healthy food does not have to be overwhelming or all-consuming.
YOU can do this, too!
Here are a few things you should know about me:
My husband and I moved 9 times in the first 9 years of our marriage. (4 different states and 6 different towns.)
I love to experiment in the kitchen, but cooking dinner isn’t always my favorite.
I’m ridiculously indecisive.
My dream job as a kid was to be a stay at home mom.
I love to hike and travel.
Professional Education & Awards
- Purdue University, B.S. Double Major: Dietetics and Nutrition, Fitness & Health
- Registered Dietitian Nutritionist, Commission on Dietetics Registration
- Tri-Cities Young Dietitian of the Year Award, 2013
Disclaimer: This blog is intended as an educational resource to encourage wellness and prevention. Please see your personal Registered Dietitian or Licensed Physician for individualized nutrition advice. Josten is a Registered Dietitian and the views reflected in this blog are her own which are shaped by her education, evidence based research, and her professional career. The opinions in this blog do not necessarily reflect those of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. None of the information in this blog is intended to be used to diagnose, treat, or cure any illness.