Jessica Fishman Levinson, MS, RD, CDN
Jessica is a Registered Dietitian in New York City and the founder of nutritioulicious™, a private practice through which she counsels children, adolescents, and adults on all nutrition issues. Jessica loves good food, new restaurants, good wine, and staying healthy while enjoying it all! Her goal is to help people eat delicious food that is also nutritious.
Jessica has extensive experience as a nutrition writer, editor, and speaker. She has been featured as a nutrition expert on NBC NY, Fox 5 Good Day NY Street Talk, NY1, and WBAL-TV/NBC (check out the Media tab for some of her features). She has also appeared in national magazines including Glamour, Fitness, Woman’s Day, Today’s Dietitian, and Life & Style, and has contributed to multiple nutrition books and websites. She is also a nutrition consultant for multiple food and beverage companies.
Jessica has a masters in Nutrition and Dietetics and a BA in Psychology, both from New York University. She is an active member of the American Dietetic Association and other nutrition organizations.
Jessica lives on the Upper West Side with her husband Andrew and their dog Bernie the Westie. For private counseling, speaking engagements, media spokesperson work, or consulting feel free to contact her at Jessica@nutritioulicious.com.
Jo is a nutrition and dietetics master’s student at New York University embarking on the path towards becoming a registered dietitian. Jo loves simple food, great restaurants, farmers markets, and cooking up creative, healthy dishes at home.
Jo grew up in La Jolla, California and then earned a BA in psychology and sociology from Skidmore College in Saratoga Springs, New York. Currently, Jo is a student member of the American Dietetic Association and the Greater New York Dietetic association, as well as several other nutrition groups. Jo hopes to use her background in psychology and sociology in her future career as a dietitian to help people achieve a healthy relationship with food and with eating.
Megan is currently a junior in the nutrition program at New York University with a minor in psychology. She is enjoying getting to know the roles that nutrition plays in our well being, and hopes to learn much more through Nutritioulicious. Megan hopes to one day be able to intertwine the fields of psychology and nutrition and start her own counseling practice.
Megan loves trying new restaurants in the city and exposing herself to different types of food. When it comes to food, her philosophy is influenced by what her mother taught her, which is everything in moderation!
Megan lives in the West Village with two other roommates, but loves to visit her family (and three dogs!) in New Jersey when she can. Interning with Nutritioulicious is Megan’s first time working with nutrition in a professional setting.