As a nationally recognized media dietitian and nutrition communications expert, I am frequently interviewed for my opinions in the health, wellness, nutrition and lifestyle space.
As a formally trained registered dietitian nutritionist with an extensive background in media communications I am regularly featured on television, online, and in print publications. Over the years I have developed my skill for turning evidence-based, scientific messages into easy-to-digest, entertaining and helpful consumer-friendly soundbites.
Authenticity, approachability, and relatability are most important to me when it comes to nutrition communications, as it is important that my credibility, experience,
If our visions and missions align, I am the perfect spokesperson to craft powerful messages to increase your
Please note that I always disclose the nature of my partnerships with brands to my readers. Honesty and transparency are valued, and freebies or compensation will never “buy” a positive review. I welcome the opportunity to promote brands, products, and services that are in line with my brands mission.
Please contact me for media inquiries, if you would like to discuss working together or to request a copy of my media kit.
I can provide your business expertise in recipe development based on my culinary and food service background. I can help you to convert traditional recipes into healthy, delicious recipes by swapping ingredients and cooking methods. I can also help your business create new, unique recipes for your product or brand that consumers will love.
To date, more than 40% of the recipes featured on my site have been featured in national media publications.
FOOD & LIFESTYLE PHOTOGRAPHY
Photography is included with recipe development if desired. Please contact me to discuss larger food photography projects.
MENU & NUTRITION ANALYSIS
I provide: menu reviews, nutrition facts panels, allergen identifications and menu substitutions for appropriate dietary protocols. I use top of the line, USDA integrated software to analyze nutrition and can provide the most reliable and accurate nutrition analysis and nutrition fact labels. I understand the regulations and requirements set forth by the FDA and will ensure that your business is following the standard guidelines required.
Every week I host a weekly news segment titled Health in a Handbasket on Good Day Rochester for FOX Rochester News in my hometown of Rochester, New York. You can catch me every Monday morning at 7:45am sharing my love for food and nutrition, health & wellness.
Over the past 3 years, I have appeared in over 120 live TV appearances.
“I’ve worked with other media personalities before and Emily was very organized and prepared. She delivered everything she promised and I know my client was very pleased. There is always an element of holding your breath when dealing with a live TV segment, but Emily nailed it! The blog content supporting the on-air spot was thorough and the photography was exceptional. Overall, a wonderful experience.” – BeeSmart Social Media
Health in a Handbasket: Salad Dressing
In this weeks Health in a Handbasket, Emily Kyle talks about salad dressing recipes that are easy and quick to make at home. She also talks about simple dip recipes.
Health in a Handbasket: Simple Summer Salads
In this week's Health in a Handbasket, Emily Kyle shares some ideas for easy summer salads. She also explains how not all packaged foods are created equal.
Health in a Handbasket: Nutrient Density
For this week’s Health in a Handbasket segment, Emily Kyle is back in our studio. She’s here to talk about nutrient density – what it is, and why it matters for you.
Health in a Handbasket: Last-Minute Dessert Ideas
This Memorial Day, Emily Kyle joined us on Good Day Rochester for some last-minute dessert ideas. Whether it’s for Memorial Day or any special gathering, these recipes could help you anytime you’re in need of a last-minute recipe.
Health in a Handbasket: Whole Grains
In this week's Health in a Handbasket, Emily Kyle is talking all about whole grains. She explained why they're a major part of any healthy diet, where you can find them and how they're different from other types of grains.
Health in a Handbasket: Staying Hydrated
In this week's Health in a Handbasket, Emily Kyle shared some ideas for "rethinking your drink." She shared some tips for staying hydrated while keeping flavor in the things you drink throughout the day and keeping your sugar intake down.
Podcast Interview with UpliftFit Nutrition
Discussed in this episode:
-Best autoimmune diets and the differences between them
-How to choose an autoimmune diet
-MRT and LEAP testing- what is it, and differences in food intolerance tests
-Anti Diet Trend: the good, the bad, the ugly
These are the best snacks for summer travel
You know that moment when you're sitting in your seat on the plane, or in a long car ride, and your stomach starts to rumble? You're stuck between two strangers or you're miles away from civilization and a snack.
Ashwagandha: What It Is and Its Health Benefits
If you keep up with the latest wellness trends, it might seem like ashwagandha is everywhere these days. This adaptogenic herb is native to India and has been widely used for millennia. Now, you can find it on trendy coffeehouse menus — sometimes mixed with chai for a chilled-out latte — as well as in powders, capsules, tinctures, and other supplement forms.
Mediterranean Diet Food List - What To Eat On The Mediterranean Diet
“The premise is avoiding over-processed, packaged foods and enjoying fresh, whole foods whenever possible,” says Emily Kyle, registered dietitian nutritionist. Read the full interview below.
Is CBD Oil Good for Diabetes? | DiabetesMine
"When we queried leaders in diabetes education about CBD oil and diabetes, we were immediately referred to Emily Kyle, a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist (RDN) and Holistic Cannabis Practitioner based in upstate New York. While not a diabetes expert per se, Kyle has become well-known among healthcare providers as an expert on the overall health effects of cannabis."