Elisa Zied

Elisa Zied

Elisa Zied is an award-winning New York State certified dietitian nutritionist and the author of Younger Next Week (Harlequin Nonfiction) and three other consumer titles. A past spokesperson for the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, she received a bachelor's in psychology from the University of Pennsylvania and a master's in clinical nutrition from New York University. For more than two decades, she has garnered millions of media impressions through her TV appearances, articles and blogs. Having recently discovered her passion for reading and writing fiction, she is currently working on her first novel. She lives in New York City with her husband of 24 years and her two sons. When she’s not reading, she enjoys long walks and hikes, hula hooping, seeing Broadway shows and movies, attending book signings and festivals, and interviewing her favorite authors for her Food, Fitness & Fiction blog. 

Articles by Elisa Zied

4 Foods You Can Eat to Power Your Day

4 Foods You Can Eat to Power Your Day

Eat better for peak performance.

September 13, 2017
Get Yourself a Workout Buddy With These 4 Simple Tips

Get Yourself a Workout Buddy With These 4 Simple Tips

An exercise partner could be what you need to stick to your fitness goals.

July 15, 2017
How to Work Out When You're Not Working Out

4 Unconventional Ways to Stay Fit

Being fit doesn’t always require going to the gym. Small movements can make a big difference.

May 24, 2017
4 Tips for Tackling Your Toughest Health Challenges

4 Tips for Tackling Your Toughest Health Challenges

It's time to create real, lasting changes to your health habits.

March 11, 2017
5 Ways to Stay Strong When Your New Year's Resolutions Falter

5 Ways to Stay Strong When Your Resolutions Falter

Stop feeling guilty and make a plan to get back on track.

January 23, 2017
4 Tips to Bring Back Family Dinners

4 Tips to Bring Back Family Dinners

Family meals can improve your well-being in more ways than one.

November 13, 2016
4 Diet Tweaks That Don't Suck

4 Diet Tweaks That Don't Suck

Making healthy changes doesn’t need to be drastic to be effective.

September 30, 2016