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Jennifer Fisher is an award-winning recipe creator, food & fitness blogger, healthy cooking coach, spokesperson, competitive runner and CrossFit enthusiast. Whether in person or through her blog, TheFitFork.com, Jennifer offers ways to quickly and confidently prepare healthy, well-balanced meals with delicious taste. She also shares factual, science-based nutrition tips in an approachable, easy-to-digest, manner. Audiences appreciate Jennifer’s friendly “know-how” and “show-how” style that makes it easy to take away inspiring new ways to eat and live well at home.

Jennifer has been featured in numerous publications including Saveur, Everyday with Rachael Ray, US Weekly and Better Homes & Gardens. She works with food, fitness and lifestyle brands as an ambassador, spokesperson, healthy cooking coach and guest blogger.

Jennifer demonstrates with ‘real person passion’ how food can enhance health, well-being and athletic performance through interactive and entertaining presentations. She also has a strong social media presence and plenty of face-to-face influence in her own community of Austin, Texas that can benefit companies focused on eating well, living well and lifelong fitness.  If you’re looking for cooking and nutrition presentations, editorial content, public relations or blog advertising space for these types of products, TheFitFork.com may be a “fit.” Please contact jennifer@thefitfork.com for a Media Kit.

Disclaimer: All content on The Fit Fork is based on a passion for taking ‘a better bite out of life’ and may include personal opinion that is in no way is meant to supersede advice given by a medical, health or certified fitness professional.

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