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Sarah Remmer, RD

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Sarah likes to refer to herself as the "Non-Diet Dietitian." Her mission is to inspire people to enjoy food in an intuitive and non-restrictive way, while respecting their health at the same time. Sarah is a Registered Dietitian/Nutritionist, writer and appears regularly in local and national media.

She's also a mother, a wife and a lover of chocolate, red wine, coffee and pretty much all foods. She aspires to become remotely as amazing a cook as her Mom is and to one day find that "sweet spot" balance between being a great Mom/wife and running a successful part-time business (she's a dreamer too!).

She enjoys practicing yoga, jogging and playing hide-and-seek with her toddler. 

Follow Sarah on twitter: @sarahremmer
 
Visit her at: www.sarahremmer.com
About my kids: 
I have a son, Benjamin who is 2.5 yrs. He's hilarious, smart, super cute and a VERY healthy appetite (a boy after his mummy's heart). I also just had a baby girl, Lylah (2 months).
Parenting is...: 
busy, frustrating, fascinating and very rewarding
We know you don't have a lot, but when you do, what do you like to do in your spare time?: 
Practicing yoga, jogging, reading, shopping, spa'ing and baking.
When are you at your yummiest?: 
when I'm somewhere close to water (preferably a tropical beach) with a slushy alcoholic beverage in hand
If someone wrote a biography about you, what would be the title?: 
petite, passionate and not so punctual
What's currently in your purse?: 
wallet, sunglasses, lipstick, keys, receipts, extra soother and a diaper
What superhero power would you like to have?: 
to be in several places at one time
If we gave you an elephant, where would you hide it?: 
in my garage
Do you have a blog or website? : 
http://www.yummymummyclub.ca/Yes
Twitter Handle: 
@sarahremmer

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