Joy Dubost PhD, RD, CSSD
Joy Dubost is a Registered Dietitian, Board Certified in Sports Dietetics (CSSD) and an experienced Food Scientist. She has worked in the areas of food science and nutrition for over 15 years, which includes clinical nutrition, nutrition communications, public policy, recipe and product development, and nutrition education. She owns Dubost Food & Nutrition Solutions, LLC., which specializes in scientific advising, education, and communications, including public speaking, writing, and working with the media.
She is a current National media spokesperson for the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics (www.eatright.org), past spokesperson for the New York State Dietetic Association and serves on the nutrition division leadership team for the Institute of Food Technologists (www.ift.org). Joy received her Doctorate in Food Science from Pennsylvania State University, her Master’s Degree in Food Science from University of Georgia and her Bachelor’s Degree in Nutrition and Chemistry from Hood College and completed her dietetic internship at the University of Michigan Hospitals.
Joy is passionate about communicating impactful, balanced messages to her clients, the media, and consumers. She is a trusted source of nutrition information and has spoken to the media, athletes, students, consumers, and corporate clients on a wide range of nutrition and food science topics. She has published a number of peer reviewed scientific papers and frequently authors various nutrition articles for professional and consumer media outlets. Joy is frequently quoted in local and national publications, such as USA Today, Wall Street Journal, NY Times, Men’s Fitness, Shape, MSNBC Today, Discovery, LA Times, and NY Post and has made several television appearances, including ABC News, CBS News, and FOX News. Joy also has conducted radio interviews across the country.
On a personal note, Joy is also a competitive figure skater and has medaled in several national competitions. She also serves as member of National Network of Sports Scientists for the United States Figure Skating Association.