Welcome to Easy Eating Dietitian!

My mission is to make eating easy again for busy women.

I believe anyone can reach their goals without restricting their favorite foods, by doing their favorite activities, and without breaking the bank.

The internet is full of conflicting nutrition and health information. My hope is that you can come to me to get your questions answered.

For that reason, every month I post a blog about a nutrition or health topic that you can use towards your goals.

Thank you for visiting! I’m looking forward to serving you!

Meet Lynnsey Bogash, MS, RD, LDN

Why should you trust the information here?


Volunteer Experience


I completed my bachelor’s degree in Nutrition (Dietetics) at Arizona State University (ASU) in 2017.

I then completed my dietetic internship through Oregon Health and Science University (OHSU) where I completed 1,200 hours of supervised practice and passed a national exam to obtain my dietitian credential.

Following my internship, I completed my master’s degree in Human Nutrition from OHSU. My master’s project was focused on registered dietitian involvement in pancreatic cancer care.

While at ASU, I participated in an internship, FitPHX Energy Zones, with ASU and Mayo Clinic where I taught children about nutrition and fitness.

Throughout my education and career, I have volunteered with the Oregon Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, the Healthy Aging Dietetic Practice Group (DPG), and the Illinois Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics.

Currently, I am the Chair for the Healthy Aging DPG, the past Social Media Coordinator for the Weight Management DPG and the past Marking and PR Chair of the Illinois Academy. 

I received my dietitian credential (RD/RDN) in September 2018.

My first job out of graduate school was as a consultant dietitian in various memory care and developmental disability facilities. 

Since April 2020, I have been working as the MOVE! Weight Management Program Coordinator at a VA Hospital. The MOVE! Program teaches Veterans about eating more wisely, moving their bodies more and making behavior changes to achieve their desired health goals.