Freelance nutrition and health writing
Some people mince onions. Some people mince words. I do both!
Are you trying to write conversational, consumer-friendly content but don’t know where to start? Does your brand need credible nutrition info instead of randomly googled health tips? I can help!
A credentialed RD adds eggsactly that- street cred to your product review, recipes and newsletter articles. As a 3-time cookbook author and freelance writer, I’m comfortable researching and writing about food and health, including articles, blog posts, recipes, product reviews and more.
I’m a Registered Dietitian, but also go by the name nutritionist. The difference is that an RD has at minimum a 4-year degree from an accredited university, has completed 1200 hours of training in medical nutrition therapy, community nutrition and/or food service AND we have passed a rigorous credentialing exam to earn the letters after our name. RD means Real Deal!
Below are examples of my work:
In 2020, my first cookbook (on gout) released on Amazon and other sites: https://www.amazon.com/Healing-Gout-Cookbook-Anti-Inflammatory-Recipes-ebook/dp/B0857KD9Y3/ref=sr_1_1 crid=11LRTNN2OXSPV&dchild=1&keywords=lisa+cicciarello+andrews+gout&qid=1586554678&s=digital-text&sprefix=Lisa+Cicc%2Cdigital-text%2C149&sr=1-1
My second cookbook, The Complete Thyroid Cookbook is The Complete Thyroid Cookbook: Easy Recipes and Meal Plans for Hypothyroidism and Hashimoto’s Relief: Andrews M.Ed RD LD, Lisa Cicciarello: 9781648765469: Amazon.com: Books
My third cookbook released November, 2021: Heart Healthy Meal Prep: 6 Weekly Plans for Low-Sodium, High-Flavor Grab-and-Go Meals – Kindle edition by Andrews MEd RD LD, Lisa Cicciarello . Cookbooks, Food & Wine Kindle eBooks @ Amazon.com.
Here are a few published works:
In addition, my colleagues frequently use my quotes and recipes for their articles. I’ve been quoted in Eatingwell, US News, Today’s Dietitian and Spark People, to name a few.