Jennifer Sweenie

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Location
New York, NY
School
Tulane University, Nutritional Therapy Association, Natural Gourmet Institute For Health & Culinary Arts
Expertise
Nutrition, Food & Recipes, Health & Wellness
  • Jennifer is a pro at all things sugar-free and making delicious food sans the sweet stuff. She has an arsenal of recipes, tips, and guidance she plans on turning into her dream cook/nutrition book.
  • She's been interviewed as an expert on FOX4 about how to get kids to eat less sugar.
  • Jennifer serves on the Board of Directors for Slow Food NYC and The Farm-to-Consumer Foundation.

Experience

Jennifer is a functional nutritional therapy practitioner, certified health-supportive chef, and health coach. She has written for Good Housekeeping, Cooking Light, MindBodyGreen, and myPrimalCoach. Her recipes have appeared in Paleo magazine and on the Today Show. Jennifer has 15 years of experience in the culinary and wellness world. Starting out as an intern for the Good Housekeeping test kitchen, her love of food and the written word collided. She started her own business over a decade ago which evolved from cooking for cancer patients, to consulting and recipe development, to a private 1:1 nutrition practice and corporate wellness provider. Jennifer joined Static in 2022 and enjoys translating nutrition information, demystifying cooking and baking techniques, and exploring new ingredients and healthy alternatives for Tasting Table, Today Meal, and Health Digest.

Education

Jennifer holds a B.S.M. from Tulane University and a culinary arts degree from the Natural Gourmet Institute. She is a graduate of the Nutritional Therapy Association and a certified primal health coach through the Primal Health Coach Institute.
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