Rima writes articles and blog posts for magazines, national supermarket chains, food companies, health and wellness websites and other national outlets. Credits include Whole Foods Market blog, Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics’ Kids Eat Right website and DishOnFish.com for the National Fisheries Institute.
Rima brings nutrition communications and food science to a fun and approachable level for groups of all sizes, ages and backgrounds. Her nutrition workshops pack a heaping helping of expert nutrition guidance with practical ideas on how to make smart food choices every day. She speaks at corporate offices, conferences, schools, nonprofit organizations and other events. Clients include National Fisheries Institute, Glaceau VitaminWater, AOL Advertising, Duke Energy, Food Allergy Families of the Triad, Kaiser Permanente and Frontier Airlines.
In addition to delivering engaging employee wellness workshops and presentations, Rima also creates worksite wellness programs to help employees lose weight, manage diabetes, move more or just eat more healthfully. She also enjoys shedding light on the how to do eat more healthfully by demonstrating how to prepare healthful meals easily and effortlessly.
Rima loves to create innovative, fresh and—perhaps most importantly—simple recipes using a variety of healthful foods. Rima also provides nutrition analysis and recipe development recommendations for restaurants, gyms, supermarkets, media, healthcare organizations, chefs and food companies. Additionally, Rima helps companies understand the importance of food allergens when developing new products, creating new recipes or menus, educating staff or consumers and deciphering food labels and food policy.
Rima follows and translates national and international food policy guidelines and consults with federal agencies on nutrition science. She also provides testimony to federal agencies who are developing dietary recommendations. Additionally, she possesses an in-depth understanding of nutrition labeling and allergen labeling laws.