Gina Keatley

Gina Keatley Gina Keatley is a dietitian and TV host.

Gina Keatley is an award-winning dietitian and television correspondent. She is an ambassador for The American Diabetes Association and has been honored with The President’s Council on Fitness, Sports & Nutrition Community Leadership Award. Her passion for nutrition brought her to health media contributing to media outlets such as Food Network, ABC, Fox, Bravo and many more. She hosted Healthy Soul for Uncanned Productions for four seasons. She is now the host of Deliciously Diverse: Malaysia, a culinary expedition designed to embrace new foods and Be Fearless, Be Full. In 2017 Gina joined the NESTLÉ® USA family as a spokesperson for Balance Your Plate. This educational campaign helps consumers to build nutritious, delicious, and convenient meals that meet the Dietary Guidelines for Americans. In addition to her television work, Gina’s wellness contributions include HuffPost, Yahoo!, Good Housekeeping, Cosmopolitan, ELLE and O, The Oprah Magazine. Keatley, a Certified Dietitian-Nutritionist holds an MBA in Healthcare, BS in Nutrition from New York University, a degree in Culinary Arts and continuing professional education from Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health. When Gina isn’t working on food segments she is giving out tasty treatment to her patients at Keatley Medical Nutrition Therapy. Recently she entered the world of health technology as the creative force behind wellness apps Fork Up Phone Down, The Dinner Bell and Chopsticks Up Phone Down. She is currently immersing herself in the world of digital publishing as the Editor in Chief of Spiralized Magazine, a food and nutrition magazine that offers its readers a fresh 360° View of Food. Additionally, she is the Creative Director of Tasty Bytes Magazine, a food and tech magazine that is made for nerds that nibble. Keatley says it’s also important not to judge your ...
Chrissy Teigen’s Charcoal Detox Plan Isn't a Good Idea, Experts Say

But Keatley says it’s also important not to judge your past meals and instead plan to be healthier going forward. If you had a hot dog (or six) and enjoyed it, own it. Worrying about it now won't change the past, and treating yourself to food you love is absolutely not a bad thing. Remember: Indulging is a healthy, normal part of life.

Your body's actually got detoxing covered.

How Splitting The Distance Will Help You Go The Distance  via @HuffPostBlog
How Splitting The Distance Will Help You Go The Distance

How Splitting The Distance Will Help You Go The Distance via @HuffPostBlog

I spend a great deal of time working with clients that have a hard time finding the ability to sustain their nutritional health. Whether they are o...


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