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Spark Change Nutrition

Welcome to the start of better nutrition and health

Welcome to Spark Change Nutrition! This site is designed to teach you everything you need to know to improve your eating habits and your relationship with food. Created by a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist, Spark Change will take you full circle through the process of creating and savoring a meal. Here you will not only learn nutrition facts; you will also discover how to meal plan, successfully prepare meals at home, eat those meals mindfully, and make lasting behavior changes in the process. Choose one of the icons below to get started on your journey to better health.


Learn about nutrition from the ground up, including  nutrition basics, nutrition trends,  and facts to counter nutrition myths


Master meal planning from start to finish, including gathering recipes, purchasing ingredients, and designing meals that will satisfy the nutritional needs and food preferences of you and your family


Preparing more meals at home leads to healthier eating. Discover how to build your culinary skills and set up and equip your kitchen for success


Rediscover the joy of eating! This section will teach you how to eat mindfully and intuitively, relying on your body’s signals instead of outside influences


Learn how to make slow, sustainable changes that will last, and how your habits, your mindset, and your self-care can contribute to your success

Helena Ramadan, MS, RDN

Hello! I’m Helena

Registered Dietitian Nutritionist

I’m a mother of two, a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist, and the creator of Spark Change Nutrition. I love meal planning and teaching others how to lead healthier lives. Read more about my story here.

My Expertise


Meal planning


Cooking skills


Feeding families


General nutrition


Health coaching


Nutrition counseling


Vegetarian nutrition


Eating disorders


Pediatric nutrition

My Approach & Values

My blog exists to help women improve their nutrition and health in the most stress-free way possible, using evidence-based (a.k.a. scientifically-backed) information. I 100% believe that all foods can fit in a healthy eating plan, that nutrition can and should be individualized, and that restrictive diets are detrimental in the long run. My beliefs are influenced by my work as an eating disorder and pediatric dietitian, as well as by my life as the mother of two young boys.

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