Jennifer is a Nashville-based freelance journalist with almost two decades of experience. Her writing has appeared in Washington Post, The Daily Beast, Healthline, Verywell, Greatist, Prevention, Runner’s World, Trail Runner, Women’s Running, and more. She also serves on Healthline’s Medical Integrity Team and operates as a fact-checker. Jennifer also owns and operates an independent editing and publishing company, Wandering in the Words Press, and is an adjunct professor at Belmont University.
The Latest from Jennifer Chesak
Official dietary guidelines play a significant role in setting policy and habits. Here’s why they once demonized fat in favor of carbs and why they still recommend added sugar.
Taking a post-meal walk can help stabilize blood sugar and give you more energy. New research explores when and how to walk for best results.
More research shows that cholesterol is more nuanced than the traditional “good” or “bad” narrative. Here’s what Levels advisors have to say