Current Contributors

RFH Magazine is supported by many wonderful and amazing writers from the community. Below are those whom you can find within the magazine. Also interested in learning more about the organizers of this project? Check out our Editors.

Allison Dyer Bluemel

Allison Dyer Bluemel studies journalism and technical communications with a minor in German language at Colorado State University. She also writes on alternative living for The Rocky Mountain Collegian at altlife.collegian.com.

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Carla Hernandez

Carla Hernandez is a Certified Nutritional Therapist with a private practice in San Francisco, Wise Roots Nutrition. Wise Roots is a holistic approach that focuses on each person's individual needs and health concerns to address the root cause of a person's health challenge. Carla offers individual nutritional consultations, workshops, grocery store tours, in home pantry makeovers, and cooking classes to support her clients transition to a whole foods lifestyle. To learn more about her practice, visit www.wiserootsnutrition.com.

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Heather Lionelle

Heather Lionelle lives in the Rocky Mountains of Colorado. She enjoys experimenting with new dishes in the kitchen and spoiling her husband. In September 2011 she became a mom to a wonderful baby boy. Heather is also an owner and editor of RFH Magazine!

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Julie Sullivan

Julie Sullivan, with her husband George Whitten, own and run a grassfed cow/calf-to-finish ranch, with the long-term goals of re-localizing food systems while increasing the ecological health of all the land with which they work. They also run a year-long ranch apprenticeship program. Prior to becoming a rancher, Julie taught graduate and undergraduate Environmental Studies for the Audubon Expedition Institute at Lesley University. www.bluerangeranch.com

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Kamille Scellick

Kamille Scellick passionately believes that gathering around the table is where the body, mind & soul will be nourished. It's around the table where you're sure to find her on any given day... eating, talking, listening & sharing life with her husband & three girls. You can find her sharing stories, hospitality & food with friend & stranger at her blog, Redeeming the Table. You're invited to pull up a chair & sup with her.

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Lyndsay Hommé

Lyndsay Hommé is a Technical Service Developer in Massachusetts, wife, and mother to a food intolerant toddler. She created MilkFreeMom.com to help other busy moms provide their families with healthy and delicious, milk-free foods.

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Mary Voogt

Mary Voogt is a follower of Christ, a wife and a mother of two. After 6 years as an electrical engineer she now stays home full time. She is passionate about real food and enjoys spending lots of time in the kitchen cooking and baking from scratch. She blogs at http://voogtrecipes.blogspot.com/ on a variety of topics including digestive issues, OCD, anxiety, infertility, natural parenting and healthy food.

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Megan Coatley

Megan Coatley is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) with a master's degree in applied behavior analysis from Western Michigan University. She combines her passion for nutrition and fitness with her professional background in behavior science to help others create and commit to healthy habits. http://www.sparkbehavior.com/

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Mira Dessy

Mira Dessy is a Certified Nutrition Educator, living and working in The Woodlands, TX. A professional member of the National Association of Nutrition Professionals, The Weston A. Price Foundation, The Society for Nutrition Education and Behavior, and the American Holistic Health Association, she can be found online at http://www.grainsandmore.com. Check out her book The Pantry Principle: how to read the label and understand what's really in your food.

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Sarah Smith

Sarah Smith is a homeschooling mother of two, and a former aerospace engineer. She is a co-leader for the Las Cruces, NM chapter of the Weston A. Price Foundation. Her family has been following a nourishing, traditional diet since 2005. She blogs about nutrient-dense cooking, suburban gardening, and cognizant parenting at nourishedandnurtured.blogspot.com.

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Stephanie Wetzel

Stephanie Wetzel is a writer and coach on a mission to help women trade in their excess pounds for the life they want to live. She is the author of "The Real Food Guide to Trading Pounds," and creator of the "One Year to a Healthier You" coaching program. You can share in her personal journey of losing over 200 pounds, plus kick-start your own at TradingPounds.com.

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