About Julie Revelant

Every company has a story and I know how to get to the heart of it. I’ve been told that I have a knack for making people feel comfortable and willing to share.

The result? A great final product that gets to the core of your company’s mission.

Julie Revelant - Freelance Health Writer, Hournalist, and Copywriter

What you need to know:

  • I’m a wealth of ideas and a problem solver.
  • I never cut corners and I believe a project isn’t done until my client is completely satisfied. When I say I’m going to deliver, I do it every time without fail.
  • I have never missed a deadline and chances are, you’ll receive the first draft earlier than promised.
  • Throw a challenge my way, and I’ll tackle it with finesse. No hand holding required.

More about me…

For more than 10 years, I’ve been writing about health, nutrition and parenting. I currently write Healthy Mama, a weekly column for Foxnews.com where I cover everything from having a healthy pregnancy, the breastfeeding debate and the mommy wars, to chemicals in toys, working mom guilt, and more. I’ve also written for Care.com, MassMutual, and Babble.com.

After graduating from Hofstra University with a B.A. in Video/TV production, I started out my career in marketing and sales at ABC Television Network. I then moved onto the Yankees Entertainment and Sports Network where I was a writer/producer for their on-air promos department. I also worked on the Tyra Banks Show, booking experts and everyday people and handling a ton of other tasks on super-tight deadlines.

I’m obsessed with living healthy too. I’m a Weight Watchers lifetime member, a former Spinning instructor, and I love running and Pilates. I’m also a foodie and I love finding healthy substitutes for favorite dishes.

Did I mention my toddler eats kale, quinoa and lentils?

I believe that eating right, exercise, and making healthy choices for mind, body, and spirit are all important for a happy, balanced life.

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