Jodi Godfrey, MS, RD

Medical Editor
Vertical Health
Montclair, NJ

About Jodi Godfrey, MS, RD

Ms. Godfrey is medical editor for EndocrineWeb/Professional, a clinical online news site, featuring advances in endocrinology care, including diabetes, thyroid disease, osteoporosis, and hormone dysfunction and promotes a broader perpective in care management of these often comorbid conditions. She also assists in the medical editing of Practical Pain Management, a clinical news magazine, which is read by 50,000 pain management specialists in the United States. It is the goal of Practical Pain Management to share innovations and creative care between pain practitioners.

Prior to joining Vertical Health, Ms. Godfrey was contributing editor to Childhood Obesity, a professional journal,  and for 15 years with the Journal of Women's Health, a peer-reviewed journal. She was also associate director of the Congress on Women's Health, a 3-day CME/CNE symposium aimed to spotlight the medical needs specific to management and care of women's.  

Ms. Godfrey holds a master's degree in health communications from Boston University, Boston, MA. She completed an internship in dietetics at the Lahey Clinical Medical Center, in Burlington, MA. She has a bachelor's degree in dietetics from the University of New Hampshire.

Articles Written by Jodi Godfrey, MS, RD

PCOS Diet: It's About Managing Insulin Resistance
07/09/2018 - Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) is best managed when you understand the problem is insulin resistance, which can be controlled with strategies offered in The PCOS Diet, a lifestyle plan for women.
Inhaled Insulin: Is Afrezza Ready for Prime Time?
07/06/2018 - Inhaled insulin, Afrezza, promises better postprandial glucose control, less hypoglycemia and easier mealtime insulin management without injections.
Do I Have PCOS? 2-Min PCOS Symptoms Quiz
How do you know if you have polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS)? Take this quiz to see if you are experiencing the symptoms of PCOS and determine if you need diagnosis and treatment
Big Breakfast Beats Traditional 6-Meal Diabetes Diet
03/20/2018 - For poorly controlled type 2 diabetes, eating a big breakfast and lunch is enough to lessen need for insulin, promotes weight loss, and reduces hunger when compared to traditional 6 meal a day diabetes eating plan.
World Congress on Insulin Resistance, Diabetes & Cardiovascular Disease
02/09/2018 - During the World Congress on Insulin Resistance, Diabetes, and Cardiovascular Disease, experts presented a new reason for shortness of breath, and the benefits of omega 3 to reduce triglycerides.

Articles Reviewed by Jodi Godfrey, MS, RD

Transgender Hormone Therapy to Match Gender Identity
Providing hormone therapy to transgender individuals follows regimens that are specific to the desired sex, and with adolescents, the initial goal is to halt pubertal development.

Financial Disclosures for Jodi Godfrey, MS, RD

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Author's Statement

I, the undersigned, declare that neither I nor members of my immediate family have a financial interests or affiliation with commercial companies whose products and / or services may be mentioned in the materials I have authored, edited or reviewed for presentation on Vertical Health, LLC’s websites.
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