Alyssa Sybertz

Alyssa Sybertz

Freelance Writer


Health, Nutrition and Fitness


Trinity College


My wish for every piece that I write is that my readers will leave with at least one easy, actionable step they can take to make their lives better. And as a new mom myself, I hope I can answer the questions that will help you remove the stress and embrace the journey of pregnancy and parenting.

— Alyssa Sybertz


Alyssa has been writing about health and wellness since 2013. Her work has appeared in print in publications like FIRST for Women, Woman's World, and Closer Weekly and online at places like,, and She is the author of The OMAD Diet and has served as editor-in-chief for two magazines about intermittent fasting.


Alyssa received her bachelor's degree in English Literature from Trinity College in Connecticut. She is also a certified Zumba instructor and has been teaching group fitness since 2014.

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