Alicia Tyler


Education: Certified Nutritionist, ISSA (International Sports Sciences Association)
Expertise: Fitness, nutrition, food, and wellness

Alicia is a content creator, marketer, and editor with more than 15 years’ experience as an editorial leader in digital and print media specializing in health, nutrition, fitness, and wellness. She was previously the editorial director of Clean Eating and Vegetarian Times. Her work has also appeared in Flare, Oxygen, Yoga Journal, Women’s Running, and various brand sites and blogs.

About the Edge

The Edge is an editorial outlet from Hone Health that delivers science-backed, expert-driven content to help you live better for longer. Our content is powered by experienced health and lifestyle journalists and reviewed by members of our Advisory Board, who are notable experts in their respective disciplines, from urology and endocrinology to nutrition and fitness.

Latest From Alicia Tyler

The 13 Best Probiotics for Men, According to Doctors

Gut health is whole body health.

The Easy Guide to 18:6 Intermittent Fasting

Fasting for 18 hours a day has been touted for weight loss, better focus, and improved health.

Combining Keto and Intermittent Fasting Might Be the Fastest Way to Torch Fat

Double down on fat loss with these two metabolic firecrackers.

Looking for a New Protein Powder? Here Are 10 of the Best

For everyone from keto dieters to plant-based eaters.

Keto Diet for Men: Lose Weight and Boost Testosterone

Two birds, one stone.

Increase Dopamine Naturally With These 7 Mood-Boosting Foods

You are what you eat.

5 Foods to Avoid on Metformin

Some might surprise you.

Why Alcohol Messes With Your Sleep (and What to Do About It)

That extra glass of whiskey isn’t doing you any favors.

Eat This to Sleep Like a Baby

Foods that promote a restful night sleep.

Late Night Munchies? Stock Your Kitchen With These 16 Healthy Snacks

Prep for nighttime cravings with this list of good-for-you nosh.

9 Foods That Naturally Boost Serotonin

Now serving good vibes.

Eating One Big Meal A Day: The Key to Weight Loss and Better Health or Just Hype?

Eating only once a day sounds a bit mad, but experts say the perks are real.