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.
“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
Carbohydrates are the macronutrient everyone loves to hate. READ ARTICLE
Fruit is not the enemy when it comes to weight loss! Registered dietitian Stephanie Ferrari, MS, RDN told POPSUGAR "According to the Dietary Guidelines for Americans, not a single age group 9-years-old and over are getting enough fruit in their diet. Americans should be eating an average of two cups of fruit per day (recommendations vary depending on age and gender)." Jim White, RD, ACSM, owner of Jim White Fitness and Nutrition Studio even suggested we aim for what the American Heart Association recommends, which is at least four servings of fruit per day, but no more than five. READ ARTICLE
Unlike an omelet that’s typically made to serve just one, a large frittata can be made in advance, sliced, and served warm or at room temperature for a quick breakfast with staying power. “My favorite go-to high protein breakfast meal is a frittata made with egg whites, lean steak, and feta. It gives a powerful protein punch to kick start my day,” READ ARTICLE