Ms. Puhn has sat on the Board of Professions for Dietetics and Nutrition for the State of New York in Albany for two terms, a total of ten years. She also sat as a National Advisor for the professional Advisory Committee of Self Help, a Division of The United Jewish Appeal. She has been Key-note Speaker and Lecturer at various health seminars and conferences.

Adele Puhn has gained national acclaim for her New York Times Best Seller The 5 Day Miracle Diet. The 5 Day Miracle Diet has been published in twelve languages around the world. She has also published four additional books, The 5 Day Miracle Diet Companion, The 5 Vital Secrets for a Healthy Life, Healing from the Inside Out, and her most recent, The Carb-Careful Solution.

Ms. Puhn had been the Nutritional Consultant for Breakfast at Fox on the Fox Broadcasting Network for several years. She has also appeared on hundreds of television and radio shows throughout North America and the United Kingdom. Her nutritional and weight loss research has made her a popular source for magazines and newspapers. Her thoughts and ideas have been quoted and used in W, Harpers Bazaar, First for Women, The Wall Street Journal and many major newspapers and magazines of the United States, Canada, and Europe.

Adele Puhn’s private consulting practice, Nutritional Assets, Inc., is located in the heart of Manhattan, where she creates individualized nutritional programs for her clients using diet, supplements, stress release techniques and exercise ideas. She has helped her clients to prevent and manage many chronic health conditions including insulin resistance and diabetes, cancer, metabolic syndrome, irritable bowel syndrome, toxicity disorders, Parkinson’s disease, arthritis, allergies, migraines, hormonal imbalances, and several auto-immune diseases, allowing them to experience vibrant wellness and a more beneficial, happier quality of life. She has also helped her clients to shed unwanted pounds and to unlock the secrets of maintaining a healthy weight to help ward off injuries and potential health hazards.