It’s Great to Meet You! I’m Jessica
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 order off a restaurant menu?
- Need help simplifying your healthy living routine so you can meet your wellness goals without losing your mind or going to extremes? I’m your gal.
Photo credit: Karen Obrist Photography
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 upcoming 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.
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.
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.
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For fun, I love spending time with friends and family—and my pets. Up to try pretty much any new fitness class, I always come back to yoga, barre, and Pilates. I like my coffee black and my bourbon neat. I’m a stickler about vegetables, and I love breakfast. I have a soft spot for dark comedies, cheesy karaoke (Elvis Costello’s “Watching The Detectives” and David Bowie’s “Modern Love” are my go-to songs), and storytelling shows. 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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