Hi there! I’m Sarah Schlichter, aka BLT (Bucket List Tummy). I'm so glad you're here!
I am a Registered Dietitian with my Master's in Public Health. I'm also currently working on my certification to become a Board Certified Specialist in Sports Dietetics (CSSD). As a former college athlete and an avid runner, I have firsthand knowledge and experience about how nutrition plays a role in performance and overall well being.
I co-host the Nail Your Nutrition podcast, a podcast about endurance fueling from a non-diet perspective. For more nutrition and running information, grab this free freebie about nutrition for runners!
I am also a wellness entrepreneur, distance runner, recipe creator, coffee shop lover and mom, who lives in the Washington, DC area.
My Education Background
I received my nutrition education at UNC Chapel Hill, where I also did my coordinated internship.
My Nutrition Motto and My Work
My nutrition motto is easy: I am a non-diet dietitian, meaning I don’t prescribe diets. Diets aren’t sustainable, and as humans, we need to be sustained and satisfied. I work from an intuitive eating perspective.
I help recover your relationship with food, help you enjoy the satisfaction of food again, and help you eat for performance.
I work 1-1 with individuals and groups and see clients virtually from all other the country. I’ve helped women regain their periods, worked with runners on fueling for training and recovery, and helped countless women improve their relationship with food. My ultimate goal is to help you get away from fearing food.
For those who can't or prefer not to work 1-1 with a professional, I created an Ebook about making peace with food, hunger and fullness. You can purchase it here.
I also do recipe creation and freelance writing for many publications. I want to communicate the tenets of nutrition in an easy, non-extreme way so you're not flooded with diet messages in the media.
Along with loving to eat, I love to cook.
All of my recipes can be made in under an hour, and most can be made in under 30 minutes because we are all busy. I want my kitchen time to be efficient.
You can see all of my recipes here.
Intuitive Eating Resources
- 7 Reasons Diets Don't Work According to Science
- A comprehensive list of intuitive eating resources
- 5 Ways to practice intuitive eating each day
- Common questions about intuitive eating
- My Favorite Running Products
- 26 Lessons From My First Marathon
- How to Return to Running After Pregnancy
- Similarities between running and your relationship with food
- Why I'm not running the Boston Marathon
- Easy Sweet Potato Turkey Burgers
- Garlic Turmeric Parsnip Fries
- Hummus Pasta Salad
- Vegan Chocolate Coconut Cream Pudding
- 51 Recipes for Athletes
If you're looking for more resources and information, you can also get a list of the best recovery foods for runners when you sign up for the monthly newsletter or catch me over on Facebook and Instagram. Or, you can reach me at sarah at bucketlisttummy dot com.
Let’s make eating fun and enjoyable again. I look forward to connecting with you!