Lauren Manganiello, MS, RD, CDN, ACE-CPT is a New York City-based media nutritionist, sports and performance registered dietitian, and fitness coach

She takes nutrition and fitness information and makes it easily relatable and understandable to the intended audience

Lauren, a media nutritionist based in New York City, is well-versed in many nutrition and fitness topics but her specialities include: sports nutritionweight managementPCOS/fertility/women’s healthnutrition and fitness for busy professionals, and corporate wellness

Her expertise as both a media nutritionist and fitness coach is sought after by many national publications,  including ShapeWomen’s HealthBusiness Insider, US News & World Report, Food NetworkMen’s JournalEat This Not That!Reader’s DigestMy Fitness Pal, LUVO Everyday Health, The List, What’s Good by Vitamin Shoppe and more. 

She often collaborates with brands and companies that share similar nutrition and fitness philosophies and goals. She believes in building and growing authentic relationships with businesses that she supports and who share similar values.

Through her media and brand work, Lauren aims to help others live a healthy, balanced life.  It’s easy for audiences to feel overwhelmed and confused with the enormous amount of nutrition and fitness information available today. Through media work and brand partnerships, Lauren aspires to make nutrition and fitness information easily understandable and relatable to her audience while also motivating them to build new, healthy habits related to food and fitness that work for them and their busy lifestyle.

Lauren is available for:

  • freelance features and column writing
  • corporate writing
  • content development
  • branded tv and radio segments
  • spokesperson and brand representation
  • desksides
  • press releases
  • satellite media and tours
  • broadcast, print and radio interviews
  • trade show representation

For Media Inquiries:


Phone (347) 979-3925

Check out below for articles that Lauren has been quoted in. For more detailed information on rates and services or a media kit, email or contact Lauren using the Contact Form below.


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How Much Fat Should You Really Eat Everyday?
Julia Malacoff November 29, 2018
What 21 Nutritionists Eat When They’re Stressed
April Benshosan October 12, 2018
Should You Eat Based on Your Menstrual Cycle?
Julia Malacoff March 30, 2018
What RDs Do Interview
Steph Langdon March 27, 2018
What Is Carb Cycling (and should you try it)?
Julia Malacoff March 6, 2018
20 Best Lunch Habits to Drop 10 Pounds
Nicole Schreiber-Shearer December 29, 2017
5 Reasons Why You’re Not Losing Weight
Toby Amidor, M.S., R.D., C.D.N. August 5, 2017
The 50 Worst Ways to Lose Weight
April Benshosan & Marygrace Taylor January 23, 2018
40 Ways to Workout on a Budget
Julia Malacoff August 25, 2018
15 Things Your Dietitian Knows But Your Doctor Doesn’t
Editors of Eat This, Not That February 15, 2018
6 Signs You’re Not Getting Enough Calories
Kelsey Butler October 31, 2017
How Much Kale is Safe to Eat in a Week?
Christina Yu January 2, 2018
25 Healthy Food Swaps for the Holidays
Samantha Leffler December 8, 2017
The Holiday Foods Nutritionists Avoid
Toby Amidor December 21, 2017
13 Biggest Diet Mistakes, According to Nutritionists
April Benshosan December 21, 2017
The Quickest and Most Popular Workouts to Lose Weight
Nicole Schreiber-Shearer December 11, 2017
10 Healthy Hacks for Eating Better at the Ballpark
Stepfanie Romine August 11, 2017
What to Cook When You Don’t Feel Like Cooking
Bonnie Taub-Dix November 2, 2017
7 Of The Most Nutrient-Dense Foods You Can Eat
Bonnie Taub-Dix, R.D.N. May 2, 2017
30 Best Foods For All-Day Energy
Christina Stiehl March 24, 2017
This is How Nutritionists Grocery Shop
Alissa Rumsey June 19, 2017
Berry protein pancake
Toby Amidor, M.S., R.D. June 5, 2017