Eliza Savage, MS, RD, CDN is an NYC-based registered dietitian with a lifelong passion for wellness. She has written for media outlets such as Women’s Health, Well+Good, and Health and is a published author.
Prior to becoming a dietitian, Eliza worked in Integrated Marketing at Rodale and Hearst magazines. A born and bred New Yorker, Eliza's passion for health and wellness flourished at a young age, which led her to seek a career in the wellness field.
As a registered dietitian, Eliza has worked at NYC's top hospitals, including NYU and Mount Sinai. She has also worked in private practice and consulted with multiple brands as a nutrition expert.
Eliza joined Verywell in 2020 and uses her expertise to ensure that all nutrition and ingestible products recommended on Verywell are dietitian-approved.
Eliza earned her Bachelor of Arts in Economics from Trinity College and a Master's in Clinical Nutrition from New York University. She completed her dietetic internship at New York University.
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