Nationally recognized registered dietitian-nutritionist, Beth Warren has shared her kosher expertise and practical nutrition approach to healthy living with the public. As a media expert, Beth has been featured on national and local television and radio programs including NBC’s Daytime, Pix11 News and Sirius/XM Doctor’s radio, along with print and online publications including The NY Post, Women’s Health, Self, Glamour, Shape, Ladies’ Home Journal, Prevention, Men’s Fitness and WebMD.
Beth is the founder and chief executive officer of Beth Warren Nutrition, LLC, a New York-based nutrition private practice with 3 locations that counsels over 150 patients per week. She is a past member of the Nutrition Advisory Board of Tryst Gourmet and currently the lead nutritionist for the Morris I. Franco Cancer Center and the sports nutritionist of over 500 runners annually for Team SBH, a not-for-profit charity organization. She also works as a consultant and speaker for schools and businesses, including past work with celebrity chef Rocco DiSpirito, to help organize nutritious and delicious meals, arrange workshops, health fairs, corporate wellness programs and lectures. Beth is a spokesperson and brand ambassador for food companies Siggi’s Yogurt and KIND Snacks and websites including Healthgrades.com. She has been a speaker at professional and consumer events and is a proud member of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics (AND).
Beth regularly contributes nutrition and kosher expertise for a number of websites including Yahoohealth.com, Self.com, Bustle.com, JoyofKosher.com (200K visitors per month), TabletMagazine.com, about.com, fooducate.com, livinggreenmag.com., Cosmopolitan.com, ReadersDigest.com, EverydayHealth.com, Livestrong.com, FoxNews.com, Reuters.com, HealthNewsDigest.com, Healthline.com, MotherNaturesNetwork.com, TheWeiserKitchen.com, MomTrends.com and MedicalDaily.com. Beth has also been featured in, and written for, several magazines including Ami Magazine, Mishpacha Magazine (the largest Jewish Magazines) and Food and Nutrition. She also created a video YouTube channel, Beth Warren Nutrition, and currently writes a blog that features kosher recipes, food photos, reactions to nutrition headlines and other wellness topics.
Beth is active on her growing social media platform with over 7K followers, and has taken over Twitter and Instagram accounts for popular brands such as @360magazine, with a reach of over 20K, and has frequent reposts of her kosher whole food recipes on popular profiles such as TheKosherChef with 36.4K followers and TheJewishHostess with 22.9K followers. Beth is also a guest on such online video channels as The Daily Meal and Table for Two on the Nachum Segal Network with a reach of over 4.5K.
Beth earned a bachelor of arts in English communications and a master of science in clinical nutrition. A former dancer and current Zumba, pilates and hot yoga lover, Beth enjoys living an active lifestyle in Brooklyn with her husband of 11 years, 4 daughters and 1 son, ages 9 to 8 months. She grew up in a Jewish home and continues to cook traditional kosher recipes adding a nutritious modern twist for her family. As a result of the duality of an upbringing in kosher cuisine and passion for nutrition, Beth developed a unique, quick and sustainable approach to weight loss for her followers and patients, on average 2-4 pounds lost per week, while simultaneously enhancing overall health and learning to maintain a balanced lifestyle. Beth’s goal is to show the public that keeping kosher is about more than a set of rules: keeping kosher is a communal and familial effort, that uplifts spiritually with built-in traditions surrounded by delicious and unique whole food dishes.
Beth is a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist with The Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. She is also a certified Dietitian-Nutritionist with The University of the State of New York Education Department. She is a member of the New York State Dietetic Association and the Greater New York Dietetic Association, as well as the following Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics practice groups:
Dietitians in Business and Communications
Dietitians in Integrative and Functional Medicine