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Work With Cheryl

Sweet Spot Nutrition founder Cheryl Strachan is a Registered Dietitian, Nutritionist, cardiac specialist, and author of the 30-Minute Heart Healthy Cookbook. She’s out to banish food stress, sort out cardiac nutrition controversies, and help people with heart concerns get comfortable in the kitchen again. 

SweetSpot Kitchen salad in a jar

What is the Sweet Spot Kitchen Community?

Food can feel like the enemy when you’ve had a heart event or diagnosis, but it doesn’t have to be. Learn alongside others with similar concerns in the Sweet Spot Kitchen community.

SweetSpot Kitchen breakfast parfait

What Makes Sweet Spot Nutrition Unique?

Cardiac Nutrition Veteran

I’ve worked with thousands of individuals who have had or are at risk for heart disease. As a result, I’ve picked up extensive knowledge over nearly two decades in the field – and I can’t wait to share it with you.


We’re all doing the best we can, and sometimes other priorities win out over heart health, from a demanding schedule to a raging appetite. Our mission together is to make nutrition work for you. No judgment!

Weight Inclusivity

Sweet Spot Nutrition is a weight-inclusive practice. Our work focuses on health gained, not weight lost – an important distinction reflected in everything we do. 

A Love of Good Food

Our mission is to make food heart-healthy, delicious, and suitable for you, whatever your unique situation entails. It’s likely easier than you think!


Cheryl’s pragmatic and well-balanced approach to food is so refreshing! It’s good to hear that we can still embrace food and enjoy eating, without having to analyze every bite.”

Raj Bhardwaj, MD,
Family & Urgent Care Physician, House Doctor at CBC Radio


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