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Amy Gorin, MS, RDN

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Amy Gorin, MS, RDN

Amy Gorin is a registered dietitian nutritionist and owner of Amy Gorin Nutrition. Frequently interviewed by the media, she privately counsels clients in Jersey City, NJ, New York City, and long distance via virtual counseling—and works as a motivational speaker and nutrition consultant to corporations and food companies, including Wonderful Brands, Chobani, and Tolerant Foods. She has written hundreds of magazine and web articles, and authors a weekly nutrition-focused blog for WeightWatchers.com. Her work has been featured in Health, Prevention, Dr. Oz the Good Life, Women's Health, EverydayHealth.com, Self.com, Sonima.com, Runner's World, Yoga Journal, and more. Amy also loves to spend time in the kitchen, and her recipes have appeared in Runner's World Meals on the Run (Rodale Books, 2015) and The Runner's World Cookbook (Rodale Books, 2013).

Stories by amygorin

The sunshine vitamin can help with everything from bone strength to immunity. Use these recipes to get more of it.
Dietitian-approved meals in a glass—drink up!
We've got you covered for your next dinner party with nutritious watermelon, cantaloupe, and honeydew recipes.
Lettuce, turkey, and even banana wraps will leave you feeling totally satisfied after lunch.
Traveling can be tough, especially when it comes to food. Airport options are either super overpriced or just not that good for you. And don't even get us started on what's available on the actual... more
Because burritos should never be reserved for just dinner, especially when dietitians give these recipes the green light. 
Mangoes are an excellent source of immunity-boosting vitamin C, eye-protecting vitamin A, and cholesterol-lowering fiber. Squeeze some into your day with these nutritionist-approved recipes.
Did you know that you need 75mg of vitamin C daily to keep that immune system strong? These fruits and veggies can help you reach that goal without having to overload on oranges. So eat up and reap... more
More people are turning to savory snacks as they try to cut down on sugar. Here are some expert faves.
Mix up the menu for your next get-together with these healthy app ideas from registered dietitians.

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