Considered a thought leader in nutrition, Heidi Skolnik has influenced millions through her media work, writing and thriving consulting business. Her company, Nutrition Conditioning, oversees the Performance Nutrition program at The Juilliard School and the School of American Ballet and has consulted with numerous Broadway Shows, (Hamilton, An American In Paris, Aladdin, and Billy Elliot), as well as many well-established individuals from Broadway and other stages and with movie and TV actors. She continues to see individuals at The Women’s Sports Medicine Center at Hospital for Special Surgery as well as in her Englewood Cliffs, NJ office. Prior, Skolnik worked with the The NY Knicks Basketball Team (7 years), NY Giants Football team (18 years), the NY Mets Baseball organization (15 years) and has worked with the NHL, MLS, WNBA, Olympic competitors, professional cyclists, marathoners, and collegiate athletes. Heidi sits on the board of The National Osteoporosis Foundation and is an advisor to Eat This Not That Bookazine.
Heidi is author of Grill Yourself Skinny and she is co-author of Nutrient Timing for Peak Performance: The right food, the right time, the right results and The Reverse Diet: Lose Weight By Eating Dinner for Breakfast and Breakfast for Dinner. An expert resource for national media, Heidi has appeared on; Live! With Kelly and Michael; So You Think You Can Dance; The Meredith Vieira Show; The Today Show, Good Morning America, The Early Show: Dr. Oz; CNN American Morning and Headline News, Primetime, 20/20, Extra as well as the Food Network and is often referenced in newspapers and national magazines such as Glamour, Vogue, Cosmo, Prevention, Runner’s World, Self and Dance Magazine.
Heidi has earned two Masters degrees (one in exercise physiology, the other in human nutrition) and is a New York State Certified Nutritionist. Skolnik is a Fellow with the American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM) and is also ACSM certified as a Health Fitness Instructor. Heidi began her career in corporate fitness and wellness at Morgan Stanley for the Sports Training Institute.
As a realist, Heidi believes M&M’s can fit into a healthy eating style along with red peppers, red meat, broccoli, and fresh fruit and recognizes that fitness has to be a regular part of the daily routine to maintain and achieve her fitness goals – which vary based on what is going on in the rest of her life. Healthy eating and exercise change and evolve as we do.