About Sarah Gold Nutrition
Hey there, I’m Sarah
A registered dietitian nutritionist, mom, spin instructor, runner, coffee and wine drinker, and all-around food enthusiast. In my practice, I help busy people fuel their active lives so they can feel their best.
Food is so much more than a group of nutrients on your plate. It’s what nourishes both your body and your soul. It’s an expression of your upbringing and culture. It’s a way in which we celebrate and how many of us show love. Whether it’s a kale salad or a freshly baked chocolate chip cookie, I believe there is a time and place for it all.
Because, life’s too short not to enjoy what you eat.
I pair the science with the reality of life (hello kids, work, and other responsibilities). As a mom to a toddler and puppy, I am always on-the-go and understand how challenging it can be to prioritize wellness and self-care. Together, we develop real-life, approachable solutions that will empower you to feel your best without the stress.
The formal stuff
Sarah Gold is a registered dietitian nutritionist, nutrition communication expert, food blogger, and owner of Sarah Gold Nutrition, a virtual private practice and consulting business in the suburbs of Boston. A sought after nutrition expert, Sarah has been featured in a variety of print and digital publications including Shape, Better Homes and Gardens, Eating Well, Huffington Post, Everyday Health, and Nashville Fit. An avid writer, Sarah writes a monthly nutrition column for the Roots Blog by Purple Carrot and has published articles for the American Society for Nutrition’s nutrition blog, ACSM Health and Fitness Journal, and Active.com. Through both her private practice and communications work she aims to help consumers navigate the confusing world of nutrition while cutting through the clutter in the media.
In addition to running her private practice, Sarah works for a large food service company developing nutrition marketing and communications campaigns, contributing to strategic wellness initiatives, and bringing healthy menu concepts to universities and corporate offices. In her early years as a dietitian, Sarah worked in corporate wellness, bringing wellness programming into the workplace at businesses around New England.
Prior to becoming a registered dietitian, Sarah spent the first several years of her career as a communications strategist for two large advertising agencies in New York and San Francisco. There, she developed brand strategy and communications campaigns for a variety of companies, from packaged food to cable channels and commodity boards.
Sarah is also a spin instructor, avid runner and triathlete. When not working, you can find her testing out new recipes in her kitchen, seeking out the latest restaurant opening, and exploring New England with her husband, son, and golden retriever pup.
- Bachelors in Business Administration, The George Washington University
- Master of Science in Nutrition Communication from the Friedman School of Nutrition Science and Policy at Tufts University
- Dietetic Internship, Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Boston, MA