It’s Great to Meet You! I’m Jess.
Hi! I’m Jess—a registered dietitian, integrative nutrition health coach, podcaster, and writer with a passion for helping others streamline their wellness routine and experience a happier, calmer life and a more balanced relationship with food and exercise. Through my writing, consulting, public speaking and counseling, I work with individuals, corporations, and the media to help make healthy living drama-free and approachable.
- Want more energy to power through your day?
- Navigating a major life change or new dietary restriction and feeling overwhelmed?
- Is the Overthink Monster making it hard to tune in to what you really need?
- Need help simplifying your healthy living routine so you can meet your wellness goals without losing your mind or going to extremes? You came to the right place.
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In my book, The Little Book Of Game-Changers: 50 Healthy Habits For Managing Stress & Anxiety (Viva Editions), I share the hacks that help my clients reach their goals even when life gets real and hectic.
In my book, The Little Book Of Game-Changers: 50 Healthy Habits For Managing Stress & Anxiety (Viva Editions), I share the hacks that help my clients and patients reach their goals even when life gets real and hectic.
I’m also a member of the mindbodygreen Collective and a regular contributor to mindbodygreen as well as outlets such as Forbes, SHAPE, and more. I have written for a variety of food and health publications, including the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics’ Food & Nutrition Magazine and Kids Eat Right. My recipes and blog posts have appeared on numerous websites such as Elana Lyn, and Fit-Bottomed Girls, and I’m frequently interviewed by publications such as Glamour, Self, Women’s Health, and the New York Times. I also create guided meditations for Simple Habit.
You can read more on my Media page.
Making Healthy Living seem accessible
I also offer consulting and brand partnerships and am available as a speaker or podcast guest.
I hold a Masters of Science in Clinical Nutrition from New York University in addition to a Bachelors of Fine Arts from Emerson College. I completed my dietetic internship at NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital.
I have experience in the clinical setting, long-term care, corporate wellness, and private practice. I’m currently the dietitian and health coach for the Valley Breast Center in Northern New Jersey, where I counsel patients on healthy lifestyle and risk reduction as part of a comprehensive breast cancer survivorship program.
What I love about working in nutrition is that it allows me to help others make connections between mind and body wellness to live a more balanced life. Self-care is possible, even when it feels like you have no room for yourself on your to-do list, and my goal is to help people feel great for life instead of just getting revenge-hot for five miserable minutes.
I love sharing recipes on my blog because it allows me to connect with you over one of my favorite things: really good food! The recipe below is part of my plant-based meals arsenal, which I love to make part of my weekly routine. I tend to eat plant-based lunches...
I can’t believe it’s June already. At the mid-way point of the year, it’s a good time to check in with yourself. This is a great time to check in with yourself about how you feel the year is going so far. What are you proud of? What are you excited about?...
It’s easy to feel frustrated when you don’t sleep well. Whether your sleep problems relate to not falling asleep easily or to waking up in the middle of the night and not being able to go back to sleep (or both), there is hope! First of all, it’s important to...
For fun, I love spending time with friends and family—and my pets. I used to think I was strictly a dog person until I met my husband, who came with two cuddly rescue cats that keep us laughing. I also have a soft spot for storytelling shows and dark comedy. I love to move and am a certified Pilates instructor. I also enjoy barre and yoga. When it comes to food and drink, I like my coffee black and my bourbon neat. I’m a stickler about vegetables, and I love breakfast. I hate quinoa but I do love kale, that other Food Nutritionists Love. I think it pairs especially well with bacon—all things in moderation.
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