WHO WE ARE
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.
WHAT WE DO
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.
The Eat This, Not That! Podcast continues a mission founder Dave Zinczenko dedicated himself to more than a decade ago: Making sure a healthier and happier life was an easier pursuit for everyone. Our experts teach you how to eat what you want, when you want—and watch the pounds disappear. *Currently on hiatus*
HOW WE DO IT
Our editorial staff are industry veterans with extensive resumes in news, publishing, nutrition, and lifestyle reporting. We are committed to upholding the highest ethics and standards in journalism, and operate independently from our advertisers and/or outside influences.
Our team is committed to research, expertise, data, and authority, and we reflect that in our content by enforcing strict editorial guidelines to make sure what you're reading on our site is accurate, timely, and medically sound. We conduct our own original reporting and exclusively source internationally-recognized news outlets, academic journals, research institutions, and peer-reviewed studies in our stories.
To ensure the integrity of the content we publish, our Medical Expert Board routinely reviews and contributes to our new and existing content.
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.
Faye is the Editor-in-Chief of Eat This, Not That!, overseeing all digital content for the brand. Previously, 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.
Email: fbrennan [at] galvanized [dot] com
Joseph is the Managing Editor of Eat This, Not That!, where he collaborates with the Editor-in-Chief on editorial strategy and content partnerships. As the Managing Editor of Salon, Joseph interviewed top chefs such as Lidia Bastianich, Sam Sifton, and Michael Symon on the popular "Salon Talks" food video series. Other editorial roles include: Weekend Editor at Delish and House Beautiful, Social Media Manager at Martha Stewart Living, and Social Media Editor at NBC News/MSNBC. Joseph credits his passion for food to his abuela, who is a proud immigrant from Mexico. On weekends, you're likely to find him uncovering the best tacos in New York.
Email: jneese [at] galvanized [dot] com
Senior News Editor
Cheyenne is the senior news editor of Eat This, Not That! She attended the E.W. Scripps School of Journalism at Ohio University, where she specialized in applied nutrition and received a certificate in diabetes education. Before joining the ETNT team full time, she freelanced for the brand, contributed health and wellness-related articles to Reader's Digest, and worked as a data journalist and feature writer for 24/7 Wall St.
Email: cbuckingham [at] galvanized [dot] com
Senior News Editor, MSN team
Meaghan Cameron is senior editor of Eat This, Not That! overseeing food content for MSN.com. 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
Mura is a deputy editor, covering the brand's fast food and restaurant news and evergreen content.
Email: tips [at] eatthis [dot] com
Senior News Editor
Krissy is a senior news editor at Eat This, Not That!, managing morning and weekend news related to nutrition, wellness, restaurants, groceries, and more. She has published original recipes in national outlets and interviewed celebrity chefs, as well as contributed reporting and fact checking for special fitness, food, and entertaining issues of People. A certified group fitness instructor and former expat who spent a year living (and eating) in Italy, her work has been featured in or on the Oprah Winfrey Network, The New York Times, Bravo, HBO, the Rachael Ray Show, PIX11, and more. She assisted with a clinical research project at the Cleveland Clinic and has partnered on projects and initiatives with Susan G. Komen, Eataly, PBS, and Dr. Oz's HealthCorps foundation. She is a #1 New York Times bestselling writer.
Email: kgasbarre [at] galvanized [dot] com
Kiersten Hickman is a Senior Editor at Eat This, Not That!, with a main focus on food coverage, nutrition, and recipe development. Previously she worked as the Social Media Editor at Reader's Digest, facilitating and building the brand's presence on all social platforms. Her previous written work has also been published by Taste of Home, The Family Handyman, and Bustle.
Email: khickman [at] galvanized [dot] com
Olivia Tarantino is a senior editor (and resident science nerd) at Eat This, Not That!, who has specialized in nutrition and health coverage as well as rounding up the healthiest food products you can buy for half a decade. She attended Amherst College, where she graduated pre-med with a bachelor's degree in Biology, dabbled in Molecular Genetics research, and was a managing editor and food columnist for the college's newspaper. To support her health and wellness reporting, Olivia has a Nutrition And Healthy Living Certificate from Cornell University.
Email: otarantino [at] galvanized [dot] com
Social Media Editor
Marisa is the Social Media Editor at Eat This, Not That!, where she manages the brand's social media accounts. 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
Amanda has a master's degree in journalism from Northwestern University and a bachelor's degree in digital journalism from Loyola University Chicago. She is a certified yoga instructor and vegetarian constantly finding tips and tricks for living a healthy life. Before joining the team, she was a freelance food and health writer for Eat This, Not That! as well as other publications like Livestrong.com, HealthCentral, and Popsugar.
Email: amcdonald [at] galvanized [dot] com
Staff Writer, GD team
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
Rachel is the associate editor responsible for creating the daily Eat This, Not That! newsletter, making TikTok and YouTube videos for the brand, writing articles for the site, and providing direct assistance to the editors when needed. Before joining the editorial team, Linder was the Editorial Director for Spoon University at Union College, where she earned her degree in Psychology with a minor in English.
Email: rlinder [at] galvanized [dot] com
Sarah Crow is a senior editor at Eat This, Not That!, where she focuses on celebrity news and health coverage. Prior to joining ETNT, she worked as an editor at PopEater and Huffington Post Celebrity and as a regular contributor to GQ and MTV News. Her work has also been featured by xoJane, Seventeen, Bridal Guide, Organic Style, MEL Magazine, and numerous others."
Email: scrow [at] galvanized [dot] com
Jeff Csatari is responsible for editing Galvanized Media books and magazines and for advising journalism students through the Zinczenko New Media Center at Moravian College 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 10 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), The Spartan Way (with Joe De Sena), and Norman Rockwell's Boy Scouts of America (with his father, artist Joseph Csatari).
Email: jcsatari [at] galvanized [dot] com