Healthy Menu Consulting for Restaurants and Corporations
Are you unknowingly losing certain customers?
ē Are you failing to capture the growing health-conscious market?
ē Could you fill your empty seats by making a few simple changes on your menu?
As your Healthy Menu Coach, I will make it easy for you to win and retain these valuable new guests.
About Nancy Kalish, CHC
Nancy is also an award-winning journalist who has written hundreds of articles on health and other subjects for national and international publications.
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My Latest Project...
Hu Kitchen & Market, a brand new eat-in and take-out restaurant located on Fifth Avenue between 13th and 14th Streets in Manhattan. Hu is short for "Human"--which means the food is more than natural, more than healthy--it's food that we were meant to eat and thrive on.Want truly healthy, truly delicious food? Stop by my latest project:
Under the direction of famed restaurant consultant Arlene Spiegel, I began by researching and vetting every ingredient used in every dish to make sure it is healthy, nutritious and never made in a lab. Then I helped create and develop the extensive menu of healthy dishes and treats from innovative socca wraps (sandwiches made with gluten-free chickpea-based wraps) to almond-crusted chicken tenders to Hu's signature granola made with coconut sugar (which doesn't raise your blood sugar the way that white sugar does).
So please stop by if you're in the neighborhood. You'll leave full, happy, and with a new definition of healthy food.
Read about Nancy's concerns about juice fasts in The New York Times: "The Juice Cleanse: a Strange and Green Journey" by Judith Newman (click here to download the article) (100.9KB)
Nancy's articles have appeared in O Magazine, Prevention, Parade Magazine, Real Simple, More, Men's Journal, Redbook, Health, Self, Fitness, Readers Digest, Ladies Home Journal, Good Housekeeping, Parenting, Parents, ChargeUpForGoodHealth.com, IdeasThatSpark.com, YourFamilyToday.com, NYTimes.com, The New York Daily News, The Washington Post, The Seattle Post-Intelligenger, and many other publications. She has also contributed several Op-Eds to The New York Times. In addition, she's the coauthor of The Case Against Homework: How Homework Is Hurting Our Children and What We Can Do About it (Crown, 2006), and has authored or coauthored several other books.
A former senior editor at Cosmopolitan, Child and other magazines, Nancy has also been the Mommy Strategies columnist for Redbook, Learning Curve columnist for Working Mother, and Healthy Families columnist for Selecciones (the Spanish-language version of Readerís Digest).
TV and RADIO APPEARANCES: Nancy is a frequent guest on TV and radio. She has appeared on The Today Show, CBS Evening News, ABC Eyewitness News, Good Day New York, Fox & Friends , The Brian Lehrer Show on NPR, The Dennis Prager Show (syndicated), The Mitch Albom Show (syndicated), The Drew Mariani Show on Relevant Radio, The Parent Coach with Connie Sinclair, and many other radio programs from coast to coast. Click on "TV/Radio Appearances" on the menu bar above above to view or listen to clips.
Nancy is a graduate of Princeton University and has a masters degree from Columbia University's Graduate School of Journalism. She is also a graduate of the Professional Program at the Institute of Integrative Nutrition and a holistic health coach certified by Purchase College, SUNY and The American Association of Drugless Practitioners (AADP). She is also a former adjunct professor at New York University's Graduate School of Journalism. She lives with her husband and daughter in Brooklyn, New York.
(Photo by Lesley Semmelhack)