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Chelsea Rae Bourgeois, MS, RD

Health writer

Chelsea Rae Bourgeois is a registered dietitian nutritionist with several years of experience working in the clinical setting. Once a track and field athlete on a competitive stage, she now finds joy in combining her passions as a health writer to help people embrace their wellness through nutrition and fitness.

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Chelsea Rae Bourgeois is a registered dietitian nutritionist with several years of experience working in the clinical setting. Once a track and field athlete on a competitive stage, she now finds joy in combining her passions as a health writer to help people embrace their wellness through nutrition and fitness. 

She has a bachelor’s degree in nutrition and a master’s degree in professional counseling. She completed her dietetic internship at Tulane University and has enjoyed serving her community ever since. When she’s not writing, you can find her outside with her kids or dancing to Dolly Parton in the kitchen.

Articles

Ten Impactful Healthy Habits to Lose Weight Sustainably

November 18, 2022
The most successful weight loss efforts overlap with healthy lifestyle habits, meaning you can lose weight and support your overall health.
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Plant Protein vs. Animal Protein: Which One is Better For Health?

November 8, 2022
Protein is an essential part of your diet. Both plant and animal proteins have their role in a balanced diet to support your body and metabolism.
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8 Low-Impact Exercises for Weight Loss You’ll Be Eager to Try

October 26, 2022
Low-impact exercise, such as walking, swimming, and bike riding, can all aid in weight loss.
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Here’s What You Need to Know About Sweet Potatoes’ GI

October 25, 2022
The GI of sweet potatoes can vary depending on how you prepare them. Boiling sweet potatoes gives them a lower GI, compared to roasting them.
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The Glycemic Index of Apples: Benefits and Nutrition

October 13, 2022
If your nutrition needs call for more low-glycemic foods, apples might be your answer. This article will look at how apples can affect your health through blood sugar management and beyond.
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