Dr. Brill was just named Director of Nutrition for Fitness Together Franchise Corp., the world’s largest business of personal trainers.
Dr. Brill works with various corporations, associations and universities, and continues to appear in numerous TV shows, radio programs, magazines and newspapers.
Dr. Brill is the nutrition expert for the nationally televised television show "The Balancing Act" (Lifetime). Her book, Cholesterol Down: 10 Simple Steps to Lower Your Cholesterol in 4 Weeks—Without Prescription Drugs (Three Rivers, Dec. 2006), is available at bookstores nationwide. Currently Dr. Brill is writing her second book on the Mediterranean Diet, which will be published in February 2011.
Dr. Brill is an adjunct professor at both the Robert Stempel School of Public Health at Florida International University and at the University of Miami where she teaches graduate and undergraduate courses in nutrition, health and fitness.
She received her master’s degree and doctorate in exercise physiology from the University of Miami and her second master’s in dietetics and nutrition from Florida International University, graduating both universities with academic honors.
- LDL Cholesterol - How Low Can You Go?
Cardiologists have proven beyond any shadow of a doubt that the lower the "bad" cholesterol, the less chance of cardiovascular disease and the longer you live. In fact, most agree that when it comes to LDL cholesterol, "lower is better." Join best-selling author Dr. Janet Brill as she outlines her unique combination of miracle foods and light exercise that can get your CHOLESTEROL DOWN, naturally.
- Eat Like You’re in Crete - Heart-Healthy Eating Strategies and The Benefits of the Mediterranean Diet
If the word "Mediterranean" conjures up thoughts of the good life…wine, olive oil, garlic and the Greek Islands then treat yourself to a session on living the Mediterranean way with best-selling author Dr. Janet Brill presenting. Learn about the extraordinary health benefits of the Mediterranean lifestyle, a diet long celebrated for both its highly palatable nature and favorable impact on the prevention of chronic diseases, promotion of greater longevity and quality of life.
- Exercise Alone is Not Enough - The Legacy of Jim Fixx and Heart Disease
James F. Fixx authored The Complete Book of Running (Random House, 1977). The book was the top best-selling non-fiction hardcover book ever written, at the time of publication, and was thought to help launch America's running boom. Lean and incredibly fit, Jim Fixx collapsed and died of a massive heart attack during a run on July 20, 1984 at the young age of 52. How could this be? Join best-selling author Dr. Janet Brill as she discusses the legacy of Jim Fixx and the importance of controlling risk factors. She will provide a complete lifestyle protection plan to help prevent heart disease, the leading cause of death and disability of both men and women in the U.S.
- Heart Attacks in Women - Not Just a Man’s Disease
Women need to know that this is not just a man's disease! In fact, 50,000 more women than men die every year from cardiovascular disease (primarily heart attacks and stroke). Sadly, most women simply don't have heart disease on their radar. What's more, heart disease doesn't strike the emotional chord in women that breast cancer does. The fact is, however, that one in 30 women die of breast cancer annually versus one in three from cardiovascular disease. Join best-selling author Dr. Janet Brill as she presents a heart protective lifestyle to help American women prevent their number one cause of death in the U.S., heart disease.