Eat Fit Cookbook
Molly Kimball, Registered Dietitian and Nutrition Journalist, collaborated with award-winning chefs and restaurateurs to create crowd-pleasing, good-for-you recipes you can make at home. Learn More
The Eat Fit team loves getting out in the community educating and empowering others to live their strongest, healthiest lives possible by providing easy-to-access real-world education, inspiration and resources on wellness and nutrition. To request Eat Fit to attend your event, please fill out this form and an Eat Fit team member from your region will get back to you soon!
Meet Our Team
The Eat Fit Bayou team of registered dietitians is passionate about making healthy options easy and accessible for the Bayou region. Through their collaboration with local restaurants in the Houma and Thibodeaux regions and beyond, Eat Fit Bayou works closely with restaurant chefs and owners to create healthy, delicious options that are culturally relevant here in South Louisiana.
Beth Seringny, MS, RD, LDN, CHES
Eat Fit Bayou Registered Dietitian
Beth Percle is the Eat Fit Bayou Region Representative and Clinical Dietitian at Chabert Medical Center in Houma, LA. She graduated from Nicholls State University with a Bachelor’s in Dietetics and then graduated from Mississippi State University with a Master’s in Health Promotion. Although her path to becoming a Registered Dietitian was not traditional, she uses her story to help motivate dietetic interns during their rotations with her. Her passion is helping others reach and maintain their healthiest lives while still enjoying their culture (i.e. lots of good Cajun food). This is what inspires her to help grow the presence of Eat Fit in the Bayou Region. When Beth is not working, she enjoys spending time with her family and friends, learning how to garden, and hiking or kayaking with her husband.
Molly Kimball, RD, CSSD
Nutrition Program Manager, Ochsner Fitness Center
Eat Fit NOLA Founder
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As a lifestyle dietitian and founder of Ochsner’s Eat Fit nonprofit restaurant initiative, Molly has managed the nutrition program at Ochsner Fitness Center in New Orleans for over 20 years, working with thousands of clients, ranging from people like you and me to professional athletes. Through it all, she learned what drives us and motivates us, what works and what doesn’t, and what derails even our best intentions. Having the ability to dial into these behaviors and challenges has fueled and inspired Molly’s entire professional career. As a regular contributor to national and local publications, Molly covers all things related to nutrition and wellness. She has written for The Times-Picayune | New Orleans Advocate since 2006 and has been the nutrition expert for New Orleans’ ABC affiliate WGNO since 2009, with weekly TV segments on WGNO’s Good Morning New Orleans, “Fueled with Molly.” She also hosts a weekly podcast , FUELED wellness + nutrition with Molly Kimball, where she addresses the latest health trends and interviews some of the country’s leading experts.
Maria Sylvester Terry
Social Media Manager
Maria Sylvester Terry is the Social Media Manager for Eat Fit. With a unique background in the humanities and nutrition science, she is focused on one mission: keep nutrition simple and uncomplicated! Formerly a secondary English teacher and instructional coach, Maria applied her skills as an educator to her passion for nutrition. Between 2016 and 2019, she embarked upon a career change to become a registered dietitian nutritionist. In that brief period, she completed her MS in Nutrition at Drexel University, presented her sports nutrition research at the American College of Sports Medicine annual meeting, and provided nutrition and culinary education in Philadelphia public schools. Maria, her husband Caleb, and their two dogs moved from Philadelphia to New Orleans this past year for the final step in her journey, a dietetic internship through Tulane University. She is an avid member of Krewe du CrossFit and loves running through City Park. She'll never turn down a cup of coffee. To Maria, the most important role a dietitian can play in one’s life is educating others to see beyond the black-and-white food rules and embrace a big-picture concept of health.