The Today Show’s Weight Loss Expert Joy Bauer Shares Health Tips From Her New Exercise DVD

Joy Bauer is the nutrition and fitness expert from the Today show. She grew up a competitive gymnast who always loved sports. She studied anatomy and exercise in school and in fact was on a path towards being a doctor. She currently spends her time counseling people with medical issues when she is not on TV and writing books and producing exercise dvds.

During the show she gave us a behind the scenes peek into the Today Show Green Room – especially the healthy food options. Believe it or not it is kind of challenging to find healthy food if you are a guest – you might have to bring your own if you are ever invited on the show.

Here are 7 health, wellness and nutrition tips Joy shared with us on the show.

  1. You must get your head in the game
  2. Eat less and exercise more
  3. Define a long term goal that is your personal motivation
  4. Frequently remind yourself of your goal
  5. Get an olive oil mister for your kitchen
  6. Eat more unlimited foods like; kale, broccoli, spinach, mushrooms, bell peppers and other non-starchy vegetables
  7. Start meals with vegetables – in soups and salads

Joy has a great new exercise dvd out right now titled Joy Bauer’s SlimDown Workout. A Total Weight-Loss solution from the Today Show diet and nutrition expert. This features 2 twenty minute workouts plus more tips and recipes. To learn more please go to

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