Eat better, exercise more, and overall, be healthier. As popular New Year’s resolutions, those statements may sound familiar. These are not easy tasks, and some of you may have already given up. So, we’ve created a list of the top health experts in the media to motivate you to reach your goals. Don’t be intimidated—you can read our list while sitting. (We’ll count scrolling as exercise.)
1. Andrea Metcalf
Andrea is nationally recognized as one of America’s leading fitness experts. She is the author of Naked Fitness, appears weekly on NBC Chicago, and her fitness and dance workouts are available on DVD. You can check her out on Twitter or on her YouTube channel.
2. Brian Gallagher
Brian is the co-founder of Throwback Fitness, a team fitness group that is reminiscent of gym class. Games such as dodgeball, capture the flag, and tag combine both fitness and fun to make getting healthier easier. Follow Throwback Fitness and Brian on Twitter or Facebook.
3. Dave Asprey
Dave is the creator of Bulletproof Coffee and author of The Bulletproof Diet. He popularized the concoction of coffee butter and MCT (medium chain triglycerides) oil, which has been highly criticized while being extremely popular. Follow him on Twitter and on YouTube.
4. David Katz
As the Director of Yale University’s Prevention Research Center and creator of the NuVal Nutritional Grading System, David Katz is constantly mentioned in the media. You can follow him on Twitter or visit his website.
5. Frank Lipman
Frank Lipman is founder of the Eleven-Eleven Wellness Center, a treatment center for promoting healthy lifestyle changes using the basics of Integrative Medicine. He is the author of many wellness books and has a free weekly newsletter to subscribe to on his website. Learn more at http://www.drfranklipman.com/ and on Twitter.
6. Joy Bauer
Joy Bauer is the Nutrition and Health Expert for NBC’s Today Show. She is constantly present in the media, with over 1,000 mentions a week. Visit her site at http://www.joybauer.com/ or follow her on Twitter.
7. Mark Sisson
Mark Sisson is the author of The Primal Blueprint and founder of the blog, Mark’s Daily Apple. His book explores the idea of understanding your body on a biological level in order to build the strongest, leanest-possible you. Visit his blog here http://www.marksdailyapple.com/#axzz3P1WKL88z or follow Mark on Twitter.
8. Marion Nestle
Marion Nestle is a Professor of Nutrition, Food Studies, and Public Health at NYU, as well as author of Food Politics. In 2011, she was named the second most powerful Foodie, after Michelle Obama. Learn more about Marion and her books at http://www.foodpolitics.com/about/ and follow her on Twitter.
9. Matt Frazier
10. Tara Stiles