Brief Bio

Hope Warshaw is a nationally recognized dietitian and diabetes educator. She applies more than thirty years of experience and expertise in her work as an author, freelance writer, media spokesperson, consultant and diabetes educator.

Hope is most well known for her expertise in the areas of healthy restaurant eating and diabetes nutrition management. She offers practical and realistic solutions for healthier eating for one person during individual counseling or to millions through varied communication vehicles including best-selling books, magazine articles, and interviews.

View the media clips to see a sampling of Hope's live appearances. If you would like to book Hope to appear on your show, please Contact Hope.

As a freelance writer, Hope is a regular contributor to and contributing editor for Diabetic Living, a Better Homes and Garden's/Meredith Special-Interest Publication. She is also the author of a monthly Nutrition Q&A column in the Washington Post.

As a book author, Hope wrote her first book The Restaurant Companion: A Guide to Healthier Eating Out, (Surrey Books, Chicago) in 1990. It has sold a half a million copies and was published as Eat Out, Eat Right, 3rd ed until 2013. Hope's consumer books published by the American Diabetes Association (ADA) include: Diabetes Meal Planning Made Easy, 4th ed, Guide to Healthy Restaurant Eating, 4th ed., What to Eat When You're Eating Out, 2nd ed, Complete Guide to Carb Counting, 2nd ed, The Diabetes Food and Nutrition Bible and Real Life Guide to Diabetes.

Hope's favorite topics for media interviews:

  • How to eat healthfully with diabetes/follow a diabetes meal plan
  • Managing type 1 or type 2 diabetes, practically day-to-day and over the years
  • Strategies to prevent the progression of metabolic syndrome, prediabetes
  • Successful steps towards permanent weight control
  • How to raise healthy kids with healthy eating habits
  • Tips and tactics to eat healthy restaurant meals (general public or diabetes-specific)
  • All about sugar substitutes (non-nutritive sweeteners)
  • How to eat more fiber and resistant starch
Hope Warshaw