ABOUT Eat This, Not That!
How you eat impacts every aspect of your life, which is why making the right food choices every day matters—and Eat This, Not That! is here to help.
Inspired by The New York Times best-selling book series, Eat This, Not That! is a brand that's comprised of an award-winning team of journalists and board-certified experts, doctors, nutritionists, chefs, personal trainers, and dietitians who work together to bring you accurate, timely, informative, and actionable content on food, nutrition, dieting, weight loss, health, wellness, and more.
As the leading health and wellness brand—with our breaking food and restaurant news coverage, healthy eating guides, and proven "no-diet" weight loss strategies—Eat This, Not That! is now the world's #1 nutrition website and one of the top five food outlets in the U.S.
We want to empower you to make healthier food choices every day through expert- and research-backed tips, shopping lists, and nutrition guides. Our content can help you when you're shopping at the grocery store, dining out, eating on the go, cooking at home, and more—so you can be healthy, fit, and feel your best.
EatThis.com currently reaches more than 110 million annual users. According to ComScore, the site has a larger audience—and a faster rate of traffic growth—than many leading health and wellness competitors. To date, we've published over 12,000 articles that are filled with breaking news and life-changing advice.
Eat This, Not That! books have sold 8 million copies, with the latest, Eat This, Not That! When You're Expecting, written by Dave Zinczenko and Dr. Jennifer Ashton. Other titles in the series include Cook This, Not That!, Drink This, Not That! and Grill This, Not That!, as well as The 7-Day Flat-Belly Tea Cleanse.
Galvanized Media's brands are powered by individual editorial teams who are committed to creating newsworthy, accurate, and helpful content for all people regardless of age, gender, race, or ethnic origin. We employ and are committed to working with a diverse group of people representing a wide range of ages, races, gender identities, sexual orientations, ethnicities, and abilities, all of which reflects in our content.
Our editorial teams, medical and/or certified experts, and freelance contributors operate under the same high standards we set under our Galvanized Code of Ethics.
Code of Ethics
Galvanized Media is committed to creating high-quality content that you can trust to be accurate, properly researched, routinely reviewed, and updated with the latest information. Our writers, editors, and medical and/or certified experts consider this to be an unwavering promise we make to our readers in the pursuit of delivering impactful and meaningful content.
Each story we publish features a byline that includes the author's name, biographical information, and credentials, and clearly lists any additional contributors to that piece. The publish date indicates when the piece was most recently updated with new information. Some articles may have footnotes or editor's notes to provide additional information on research or authorship. Periodic review by editors and our Medical Expert Board ensures the quality, accuracy, and integrity of our content.
We correct any factual errors in a timely and forthright manner and strive to make it easy for our readers to bring errors to our attention.
All of our writers, editors, and contributors are responsible for disclosing any potential conflicts of interest.
Our editorial content is not influenced by our advertisers. We maintain a strict separation between advertising and editorial content and clearly differentiate editorial content from advertising content.
Our writers and editors adhere to strict journalistic standards for article sourcing. We strictly cite current and reputable primary sources, such as expert interviews, government organizations, and professional and academic institutions and studies. All data points, facts, and claims are backed up by at least one credible source, which are stated and linked to clearly within our articles.
We consider all perspectives regardless of gender, age, or origin in our reporting and sourcing in order to make sure our content is unbiased, fair, and reflects and serves diverse voices and perspectives.
In cases of developing news, we reach out directly to companies, brands, and/or press contacts for comment and note that in our coverage.
We strongly discourage the use and refrain from anonymous or unnamed sourcing, as this can erode transparency and reader trust. If a subject is sharing a personal story that may potentially put themselves or their loved ones at risk, we outwardly note to readers when names have been changed and why.
Our writers and editors investigate claims and verify all information and data gathered for all articles, including news. We consult relevant, diverse, qualified sources to ensure we're providing proper context and background to the reader, and our news and information are thoroughly reviewed and fact-checked by a staff editor and/or a member of our Medical Expert Board.
Our Medical Expert Board of certified and world-renowned doctors, registered dietitians, certified nutritionists, personal trainers, as well as culinary and wellness experts work closely with our editorial teams to ensure that the content we publish is factually accurate and rooted in the latest science. Their expert stamp of approval is not added to the byline of an article until a thorough review is complete.
If you have noticed an issue you would like to bring to our attention, please let us know by emailing [email protected]
Accuracy and Corrections
Our vast library of timeless service content is routinely updated, reviewed, and fact-checked to ensure the information is accurate, complete, relevant, and up-to-date. All articles in our content library are date-stamped to indicate to readers that the information is complete and accurate as of the date shown. News articles often cover a distinct event in time and are not part of our routine update process. However, an editor's note will make it clear when a news story is developing and we are adding more details in real-time.
In the event that an article is published with erroneous information, we immediately instate a correction, adding a clear and transparent statement to the article acknowledging what was updated and why.
We regularly check our email inboxes for suggested improvements from experts and readers. If you believe we have published a factual error in any of our content, please let us know and we will investigate and take the appropriate corrective and/or updating measures. You can report a possible error by emailing us at [email protected]
Transparency and Integrity
We abide by providing independent, impartial, and fair journalism that is not influenced by our advertisers and is held to the highest standard of transparency and integrity. For this reason, any "Sponsored Content" is clearly labeled as such to communicate that a story has been provided by or on behalf of an advertiser or sponsor.
Our product and/or service reviews have been published after being independently reviewed and are based on thorough research and unbiased testing.
When readers visit "affiliate links" within our content, Galvanized Media may receive commissions from purchases, which is clearly labeled at the beginning of each story that contains affiliate links. It is Galvanized's policy to never receive any compensation or consideration for the content of our recommendations.
All of our writers and editors are responsible for disclosing any potential conflicts of interest—whether relational, financial, or personal—with any source or resource that may compromise their ability to provide fair and impartial information. We are transparent and disclose when any valuable products or services are provided to our editorial teams. Our editorial staff and editorial contributors must not solicit gifts or services for personal purposes. They are also prohibited from giving preferential treatment to any outside resource (company, publication, video, affiliate, website) based on their relationship with the person or company who authors or owns that resource.
The Galvanized editorial mission is to provide original, informative, and accurate content to all people that is independently produced and reviewed by our staff and experts. Infringement upon any copyright or intellectual property rights is strictly prohibited and will not be tolerated. Any suggestion of plagiarism is investigated fully and is grounds for dismissal. We expect all contributors within and outside of Galvanized to abide by all applicable laws, standards, and accepted journalistic practices, including:
- Society of Professional Journalists Ethics Code
- Copyright Law of the United States
- FTC Guidelines on Disclosures
- Fair Use
Read our full Editorial Policy and Standards.
Founder and CEO
Dave Zinczenko is internationally recognized as the No. 1 leading voice in diet, health, fitness, nutrition, and weight loss. He is the New York Times bestselling author of 25 books in 15 languages, with more than 10 million books in print.
Dave created the Eat This, Not That! series and the Zero Belly Diet franchise, as well as The Abs Diet series and The 8-Hour Diet. He is the Nutrition and Wellness Contributor for NBC's Today Show, and he has appeared on Oprah, Good Morning America, 20/20, The Ellen DeGeneres Show, The Rachael Ray Show, and Dr. Oz.
Dave's brands have changed the way the world eats—and have helped millions of men and women lose weight, sometimes up to 70 pounds or more.
His franchise Zero Belly Diet has spawned three bestsellers, Zero Belly Cookbook, Zero Belly Smoothies, and Zero Belly Breakfasts that have helped thousands lose weight and look, feel and live better than ever. His following book, The Zero Sugar Diet, shows you how giving up added sugars will melt fat and guarantee your happiest and healthiest life.
Formerly the Editorial Director of Men's Health, Women's Health and Prevention, the General Manager of Rodale Books, and the Editorial Director of Men's Fitness, Zinczenko grew up in Bethlehem, PA, where he's in the Hall of Fame, and attended Moravian College, home of The Zinczenko Center for New Media.
Chief Content Officer
Faye is the Chief Content Officer at Galvanized Media, leading content strategy, development, and innovation for Eat This, Not That!, Best Life, and future brands at the company. She previously served two years as the Editor-in-Chief of Eat This, Not That!, overseeing all digital content. Prior to joining Galvanized, she was the Sex & Relationships Director at Cosmopolitan, Head of Sex & Dating at Elite Daily, and Senior Editor at Women's Health, where she covered health, food, fitness, and relationships. Her prior editorial experience includes Whalebone magazine, YourTango.com, BettyConfidential.com, and more national titles. She's hosted a national podcast ("Single, Swipe, Repeat") and several original video series, and has appeared as a guest on Fox & Friends, Pix11, Bold TV, Evine, BetterTV, and national radio programs.
Email: fbrennan [at] galvanized [dot] com
Justine Goodman is the Editor-in-Chief of Eat This, Not That!, in charge of all editorial for the brand. She is an established writer, editor, and content strategist with 17+ years of experience in the men's and women's lifestyle space. Prior to joining Galvanized Media in 2022, Justine served as Editor in Chief at SHE Media (Penske Media Corp.), where she oversaw the brand's flagship sites, STYLECASTER and SheKnows, and was a frequent speaker and moderator at BlogHer, the world's premier conference and event series for female content creators. Justine led the food, travel, and lifestyle verticals at Refinery29, and has also held senior-level editor positions at Conde Nast, Maxim, and IAC. As a writer, her work has appeared in Newsweek, Time Out New York, and many other publications. Born and raised in New York City, Justine earned her BA in philosophy from Brown University, and currently resides in the Hudson Valley with her husband and their two dopey bulldogs, Frank and Fred.
Email: jgoodman [at] galvanized [dot] com
Olivia Tarantino is the Managing Editor of Eat This, Not That!, specializing in nutrition, health, and food product coverage, and has covered the food and beverage industry for over half a decade. She graduated pre-med with a bachelor's degree in Biology from Amherst College, where she dabbled in Molecular Genetics research, and also holds a certificate in nutrition science from Cornell University.
Email: otarantino [at] galvanized [dot] com
Mura Dominko is a seasoned editor in the food and lifestyle space whose experience spans both print and digital publishing. She has worn several different hats over the years, from cookbook editor and director of a book publishing startup to deputy editor of news at Eat This, Not That! In her current role as executive editor, she oversees the site's coverage of America's favorite restaurants and fast-food chains, grocery stores, and other viral food content. Originally from Croatia, you'll often find her listening to klapa in her Brooklyn kitchen, as something stew-like bubbles on the stove.
Email: mdominko [at] galvanized [dot] com
Deputy Editor, Restaurants
Meaghan Cameron is deputy editor at Eat This, Not That!, overseeing restaurants content. She has managed and created digital content for Food Network, Martha Stewart Living, Outside Television, and Reader's Digest. When she is not analyzing metrics or dreaming up the perfect headline, she is cooking or thinking about what to eat next. Follow her edible experiments on Instagram (@happierhours).
Email: mcameron [at] galvanized [dot] com
Deputy Editor, Mind + Body
Alexa is Deputy Editor of Eat This, Not That!, overseeing the Weight Loss and Mind+Body channels and delivering compelling fitness, wellness, and self-care topics to readers. Previously, she was the Travel and Experiences Editor at Elite Daily, where she managed the outlet's travel, social media, holiday, and experiences content. Most recently, she wore the hat of Lead Recipe Editor of Mashed, Tasting Table, and Health Digest. There, she managed a team of recipe developers, editors, and writers to curate the best, deliciously crafted recipes to the outlets' readers. In her free time, Alexa is all about healthy cooking and eating, traveling, exercising, zen-ing out with yoga, blogging, and her two pups.
Email: amellardo [at] galvanized [dot] com
Jordan Powers Willard
Deputy Editor, Healthy Eating
Jordan Powers Willard is Deputy Editor of Healthy Eating and Drinks at Eat This, Not That! A multimedia enthusiast and stylebook maven, she previously served as a copy editor and occasional contributing writer for several publications over the last decade, including Black Enterprise, Blavity, The Root, Jezebel, Deadspin, Gizmodo, and Mother Jones.
After the New Orleans native followed her passion for the power of the pen to the Northeast, Jordan graduated from Bard College with a BA in Theater & Performance. When she isn't in the kitchen attempting to recreate health-conscious versions of her grandma's soul food recipes, you might find Jordan taking in a live show, searching for vinyl records to add to her growing collection, or binge-watching Audrey Hepburn movies and Bravo reality TV with her cat Lolly (who—yes, is really named after the Schoolhouse Rock! song).
Email: jwillard [at] galvanized [dot] com
Deputy Editor, Groceries
Chris Shott is the Deputy Editor covering groceries for Eat This, Not That! He has written extensively about restaurants and food culture, previously working as an editor at Thrillist, Food Republic, Washington City Paper, and the long-gone salmon-tinted New York Observer. When he's not furiously typing, he often tries to cook. His sizzling cast iron steaks routinely set off smoke alarms at his apartment building in Brooklyn, N.Y. He is also the reigning two-time champion of his neighborhood's annual chili cook-off contest.
Email: cshott [at] galvanized [dot] com
Social Media Director
Marisa is the Social Media Director at Eat This, Not That!, where she manages the brand's social media accounts and strategy. After beginning her career in food and health content as a Segment Coordinator at The Rachael Ray Show, she went on to serve as the Social Media & Growth Manager at Odyssey and as an independent social media strategist, stylist, and content creator for small businesses and entrepreneurs.
Email: mdipaolo [at] galvanized [dot] com
Editor, Healthy Eating
Samantha was born and raised in Orlando, Florida, and now works as a writer in Brooklyn, NY. She graduated from the University of Central Florida with a bachelor's degree in English Literature and a master's in English Education. After working as an English professor, Samantha decided that her passions lie more in writing. She loves writing about health and wellness, and she hopes to be able to help people pursue healthy and fulfilling lives.
Email: sboesch [at] galvanized [dot] com
Zoe Strozewski is a News Writer for Eat This, Not That! A Chicago native who now lives in New Jersey, she graduated from Kean University in 2020 with a bachelor's degree in journalism. Prior to joining the editorial team, Zoe worked as a breaking news reporter for Newsweek. She is an avid reader, baker, cat lover, and concertgoer in her free time.
Email: zstrozewski [at] galvanized [dot] com
Brianna is a staff writer at Eat This, Not That!, covering groceries, restaurants, news, and more. She attended Ithaca College, where she graduated with a degree in Journalism and a minor in Communication Studies. Before joining the Eat This editorial team in 2021, Brianna worked as an Assistant Strategist at Horizon Media and was a freelance writer for Bergen County the Magazine.
Email: bruback [at] galvanized [dot] com
Jordan Summers-Marcouillier was born and raised in San Jose, California, and now works as a writer in New York, NY. She graduated from Hofstra University in 2020 with a bachelor's degree in Journalism and a minor in Digital Design. Prior to joining the Editorial Team, Jordan was a freelance writer for Eat This, Not That!, Mashed, and The Island Now. In her free time, she paints bright canvases and avidly shops at local thrift stores to find all kinds of unique pieces.
Email: jsummers-marcouillier [at] galvanized [dot] com
Jeff Csatari, a contributing writer for Eat This, Not That!, is responsible for editing Galvanized Media books and magazines and for advising journalism students through the Zinczenko New Media Center at Moravian University in Bethlehem, PA. A veteran magazine editor, he has been the launch editor of three magazines, including Best Life, which Galvanized now produces in digital form. He was on the staff of Men's Health magazine for 17 years in various capacities, including editorial director of Rodale International magazines and executive editor of books. Jeff is the author of more than 12 non-fiction books, including the New York Times bestseller The Belly Off! Diet and The 14-Day No Sugar Diet, and he co-authored The Abs Diet Cookbook (with David Zinczenko), and The Spartan Way (with Joe De Sena).
Email: jcsatari [at] galvanized [dot] com
ABOUT GALVANIZED MEDIA
Galvanized Media is recognized as a leader in Health & Wellness by providing consumers with engaging content that will make a positive difference in their lives.
With a global audience of more than 225 million readers, we are one of the fastest-growing publishers in digital media with a portfolio of brands that includes Eat This, Not That!, Best Life, Celebwell, ETNT! Health, Travelicious, and HelloGiggles. These brands deliver life-altering content that informs, inspires, and entertains readers across multiple platforms.
Founded in 2013, Galvanized is one of the most successful private media companies in America, according to the 2022 Inc 5000 list, and is led by one of the top voices in health and wellness: David Zinczenko. Galvanized's brands are part of the Dotdash Meredith Digital Network. We are proud to partner with Simon and Schuster on the Galvanized book imprint and Microsoft on providing content to millions of readers. Learn more about the Galvanized Management Team.