Publications & Articles


Jim is in print. From monthly fitness magazines to daily newspapers, publications are reaching out to Jim White and his expertise, having him author articles and/ or be interviewed on many different subjects including nutrition, exercise, weight-loss myths, fasting, vitamins, metabolism and oh, so many more.

Testimonials

  • “I've called on Jim for fitness and nutrition work with GQ, Men's Health and the Washington Post, among others, and he's never less than knowledgeable, responsive and helpful — a rare combination, and one that makes him a go-to source.” — Jeff Vrabel, GQ.com

  • “Jim White is one of my go-to sources for fitness and nutrition expertise. He’s always quick to respond, easy to understand, enjoyable to talk to and well-equipped to answer whatever questions I throw his way.” - Anna Medaris Miller, health and wellness editor at US News & World Report

  • “I'm often on very tight deadlines and Jim has also managed to squeeze in a call or email to comment for my stories. Not only does he provide sound facts, but he also provides context and examples often leading me to another story idea.” - Jennifer Murphy Writer and editor for the Wall Street Journal

  • “I have interviewed many guests over the years. However, one that sticks out is Registered Dietitian, Jim White. He is a fun, knowledgeable, and professional guest that has great information on all things fitness and Nutrition." - Melanie Cole, Host of RadioMD

How to Make Sure You Don’t Lose Too Much Weight

If you're on a weight-loss journey, hitting your goal weight might seem like an impossible feat, a number you won't hit until the distant future. But as you start to lose weight, you may notice that it's coming off faster than you anticipated. In fact, as some people go into weight-loss mode, they may not know what their actual goal weight should be or when to stop. READ ARTICLE

Want to Fuel Your Workouts? Get these Nutrients

They say it takes a village. A true statement—especially when it comes to the nutrients that best power our workouts. While all humans require a balanced diet, athletes often need more fuel and sometimes require more specialized diets, as well. Read on for a basic guide to the proteins, fats, carbohydrates, vitamins and minerals that enable us to push our bodies to the max. READ ARTICLE

Easy To Do: Turkish Get-Ups

Plenty of exercises strengthen and tone your body and make you more flexible. But one whole-body move gives you all that…plus makes you more agile…and gives you greater mobility—the ability to move your body around more easily in real-life situations. It’s not a yoga pose. We’re talking about the Turkish Get-Up, or TGU. Mastering TGU will repay you big time! READ ARTICLE

Healthy Office Habits

Eat better snacks | Workdays are stressful and that sparks the release of epinephrine and cortisol. With the release of these hormones, our blood sugars rise and may increase the desire to consume high-sugar snacks. READ ARTICLE

Eating Pasta Might Actually Help You Lose Weight, According to a New Study

As low-carb diets have gained popularity over the last two decades, many people have completely given up carbohydrate-rich foods, thinking they'll contribute to weight gain. Turns out, eating the once-vilified pasta may actually help you lose weight, according to a new study published in BMJ Open. READ ARTICLE

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