Leading Nutrition and Weight Loss Authority
Recognized as a leading nutrition authority, Joy has a clientele that includes high-profile professionals, celebrity actors, fashion models, and Olympic athletes (including Gold Medal winners!). She is the nutrition/health contributor for the TODAY show and has been featured in numerous publications including the The New York Times, Self, Prevention, Cosmopolitan, New York Post, Harpers Bazaar, Vogue, Marie Claire, US Weekly, Glamour, Redbook, Men’s Fitness, Allure, Real Simple, Parenting, Parents, American Baby, Teen People, Family Circle, Biography, and Seventeen. In addition, Joy is the nutritionist for the New York City Ballet and is a contributing editor and monthly columnist to Self magazine.
Joy Bauer has built one of the largest nutrition centers in the country. Located in Manhattan and Westchester, Joy Bauer Nutrition, provides counseling to both adults and children dealing with a variety of nutritional concerns, including weight management, diabetes, eating disorders, cardiac rehabilitation, sports nutrition, food allergies, gastrointestinal disorders, pregnancy, lactation, and menopause.
As part of her ongoing efforts to help people improve their health, Joy has teamed up with Yahoo.com. As Yahoo’s Nutrition & Weight Loss Expert, Joy provides the latest nutrition, health, food and diet-related information to millions of their online subscribers.
Joy is the author of several best selling books, including her latest, #1 New York Times Bestseller, Joy Bauer’s Food Cures, Cooking with Joy, The 90/10 Weight Loss Plan, and The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Total Nutrition. Joy’s new diet book, will hit shelves January 2009.
Joy received her Bachelor degree in Kinesiological Sciences from the University of Maryland and a master of science in nutrition from New York University. At the beginning of her career, Joy completed a five-year post as Director of Nutrition and Fitness for the "Heart-Smart Kids Program" – a program that she developed for the Mount Sinai Medical Center’s Department of Pediatric Cardiology in New York City. Joy also served as nutrition consultant for the Columbia Presbyterian Medical Center, where she designed and supervised their ongoing research in eating disorders and weight management. Furthermore, Joy served as the clinical nutritionist with the neurosurgical team at Mount Sinai Medical Center and taught anatomy & physiology and sports nutrition at New York University’s School of Continuing Education. She was also the exclusive nutritionist for New York University’s faculty, students, and athletes.