Wendy Bazilian, DrPH, MA, RDN
The single best investment you can make to your health on a daily basis – in fact, at least three times a day – is to eat well.
As a writer, researcher, educator, food enthusiast and award-winning journalist, Dr. Wendy Bazilian brings extensive experience in nutrition science and counseling to her work. She is a registered dietitian and an American College of Sports Medicine-certified exercise physiologist, and Dr. Bazilian’s skills in integrating nutrition, fitness and wellness practices help clients and readers who are motivated to reach their health and wellness goals.
Her expertise covers a wide range of subjects in nutrition and health that include optimal eating for active individuals, weight management and healthy aging.
Dr. Wendy has been a nutrition expert an frequent returning guest on LIVE with Kelly and Ryan (and when it was LIVE with Regis and Kelly). She has also been a returning guest on NBC’s Today Show, ABC’s Good Morning America Health, Fox Business’ Money for Breakfast, NBC’s Telemundo, Univision and a variety of other local and national programs. Dr. Bazilian has written for and her advice and expertise have been featured in numerous national magazines including the Guardian, Business Insider, Martha Stewart Living, USA Today, Healing Lifestyles & Spas, Town & Country, Natural Health, Spa Magazine, FIRST for Women, Allure among others, and as a professional writer on nutrition and exercise, she has published over 300 articles for corporate and other media.
She is author of the Eat Clean, Stay Lean series (Rodale), The SuperFoodsRx Diet: Lose Weight with the Power of SuperNutrients (Rodale), and Metabolism Makeover (Prevention). She has contributed to a number of books including the James Beard- and IACP-nominated Golden Door Cooks at Home (Clarkson Potter), and the original New York Times bestseller SuperFoodsRx.
Dr. Wendy’s educational background includes degrees from prestigious universities in Public Health and Nutrition and other related fields. She graduated summa cum laude, Phi Beta Kappa with a Bachelor’s Degree from Tufts University, then received her Master’s Degree from the University of California, San Diego. She completed her Doctoral Degree in Public Health and Nutrition from Loma Linda University, graduating summa cum laude and receiving the highest academic honor, the prestigious Chancellor’s Award.
As a leader in the fields of nutrition and fitness, Dr. Bazilian is currently involved in a variety of practical, writing, lecturing, and research endeavors focusing on nutrition trends, culinary nutrition, weight management and healthy eating programs, sports nutrition, family nutrition, women’s health, and exercise.
Dr. Bazilian has assisted a wide array of clients of all ages with their nutrition and fitness goals through her private practice at Bazilian’s Health Clinic with her husband, Dr. Jason Bazilian, the first doctor of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine in the United States, in San Diego, California.
As a consultant, she provides writing, presentation and consulting services to a variety of corporate and public clients. Wendy is an expert consultant to the spa industry, to start-up and established food and commodity groups, and to the health care industry. Dr. Bazilian led the nutrition program at the renowned Golden Door spa and fitness resort in Escondido, California as the Nutrition Advisor for over a decade. She serves on a variety of national clinical and professional committees that help move the science of nutrition and sound application of nutrition with real and whole foods forward for the public.
Dr. Wendy’s approach to health is practical and scientific. She believes that, “Good health literally depends on eating nutritious, healthy, delicious foods – yes, in moderate portions and at regular intervals. We are the cumulative effect of what we put into our bodies and burn through activity over time and not the product of any one meal. It’s therefore about being empowered to make personal, customized choices about what and how much to eat and not a matter of deprivation or willpower.”
Dr. Wendy’s (and her husband’s) personal and professional guiding philosophy: Eat well. Move daily. Be Healthy.®