Hi there! I’m Stephanie and this is The Grateful Grazer, a place where you can find inspiration for healthy living from the inside out. I love plants, but I don’t really like labels. I crave satisfying salads, comforting soups, and gooey pizza slices. Your idea of balance probably looks a little different, and I LOVE that. Embracing your you-ness is what The Grateful Grazer is all about.
I’m here to liberate you from fear, fads, and overwhelm. On the blog, I share delicious recipes, intuitive living tips, and the occasional behind-the-scenes look at life as a private-practice dietitian. In my business, I guide health coaching clients toward whole-body nourishment. Along the way, I’ve developed a love for cooking and food photography, and I also create recipes and nutrition content for some of my favorite brands, media outlets, and local Colorado businesses.
I’d love for you to get cozy and stay awhile, and if you have a question or something resonates, send an email (email@example.com) or find me on Instagram, Facebook, or Twitter. If you prefer to hang out in your inbox, sign up for my email list. Thanks for stopping by my little corner of the internet!
Stephanie McKercher, MS, RDN, is a Denver-based registered dietitian and wellness expert specializing in nutrition communications, recipe development, and intuitive eating. Stephanie graduated from the University of Wisconsin with double majors in Sociology and Legal Studies in 2008. In 2013, Stephanie received her Master of Science in Nutrition from the University of Illinois at Chicago.
Stephanie created GratefulGrazer.com in 2014 to help others find balance from the inside out. Her work has been featured in a number of major online publications, including Food Network, Fitness, Shape, Livestrong, Greatist, and Buzzfeed. In her private practice, Stephanie coaches clients individually and works as a recipe developer, food photographer, and nutrition communications consultant for major food brands and commodity boards. Additional career highlights include winning grand prize in The Recipe Redux’s Sabra-sponsored recipe contest and being recognized by Unilever as an Agent of Change for her work promoting plant-driven wellness and sustainable food systems.
Disclaimer: This website provides general wellness information and is not a substitute for individualized recommendations from your personal healthcare team.