There is a seemingly endless amount of content to sift through online—much of it dense, unhelpful, or downright inaccurate. Best Life is the premier lifestyle site for timely and actionable news, advice, and entertaining stories that will help you live your best life.

From the latest retail, entertainment, and health news to relationship tips and a look back at your favorite childhood celebrities, Best Life is here to inform, stimulate, and otherwise help you engage with the world on your terms. We combine insight from top experts with the most up-to-date reporting to give you the information and guidance you need to live your best life.

Whether you're looking to stay healthy, wondering about your zodiac sign, or simply want a good movie to watch, Best Life can offer you comprehensive and accessible stories that will instantly get you on the right track

What We Do

Best Life Now… is for all men and women who are looking for the latest news, advice, and entertaining stories that can help them improve their daily lives. The site currently reaches more than 110 million annual users. To date, we've published over 16,000 articles that are filled with breaking news and actionable tips for men and women throughout the U.S.

Best Life Then…

Best Life started in 2004 as a print magazine published by Rodale Inc. It was a luxury service magazine for men with a circulation of more than 500,000 until its last print issue in May 2009. Galvanized Media's CEO and Founder, David Zinczenko, was the editorial director.

As a print magazine, Best Life covered health and fitness, finance, fatherhood, relationship issues, fashion, and grooming for men age 35 and over, with an emphasis on literary writing, humor, and in-depth research.

It established serious literary clout early on with impressive columnists and contributors, such as Jay McInerney, Denis Johnson, Jim Harrison, and Anthony Bourdain. At one point, Best Life put on luxurious events, like the Best Life Vail Film Festival and Best Life Classic Yacht Regatta in Newport, Rhode Island.

How We Do It

Our editorial staff is industry veterans with extensive resumes in news, publishing, nutrition, and lifestyle reporting. We are committed to upholding the highest ethics and standards in journalism, and operate independently from our advertisers and/or outside influences.

Our team is committed to research, expertise, data, and authority, and we reflect that in our content by enforcing strict editorial guidelines to make sure what you're reading on our site is accurate, timely, and medically sound. We conduct our own original reporting and exclusively source internationally recognized news outlets, academic journals, research institutions, and peer-reviewed studies in our stories.

Our Ethics and Fact-Checking Policies

Best Life's content is fact-checked by a team of veteran journalists and a team of credentialed experts regularly contribute to our stories.

When doing their research for articles, our editorial team and network of contributors exclusively cite and/or interview direct and primary sources (i.e. academic studies, peer-reviewed research, or interviews with licensed medical professionals). Links to these sources are included in our articles and clearly stated so that readers can easily verify their credibility.

Our Corrections Policy

We empower you to confidently make the right lifestyle choices by checking the factual accuracy of the articles published on our site. In order to supply the most reputable and up-to-date information (no fake news here!), we strictly cite primary sources, which are stated and linked clearly in our articles on-site. In cases of developing news, we reach out directly to companies, brands, and/or press contacts for comment and note that in our coverage.

We are committed to upholding the highest ethics and standards in journalism and strive to give you only the most up-to-date information. In the event that an article is published with erroneous information, we immediately instate a correction, adding a clear and transparent statement to the article acknowledging what was updated. We regularly check our email inboxes for suggested improvements from experts and readers.

Best Life Ownership and Funding Information

Best Life is part of Galvanized Media, which is recognized as the leader in the digital lifestyle and health & wellness space by providing consumers with engaging content that will make a positive difference in their lives. The company is led by one of the top voices in media: David Zinczenko.

With a global audience of more than 225 million readers, Galvanized Media is one of the fastest-growing publishers in digital media with a portfolio of brands that includes Eat This, Not That!, Best Life, Celebwell, ETNT! Health, and Travelicious. These brands deliver life-altering content that engages, inspires, and informs readers across multiple platforms.

Galvanized Media's sites are part of the Meredith Digital Network and All Recipes Network in partnership with Dot Dash/Meredith Corp. Galvanized Media is proud to partner with Simon and Schuster on the Galvanized book imprint, and with Microsoft on providing content to millions of readers.

Who We Are

David Zinczenko

Founder and CEO

Dave Zinczenko is internationally recognized as the No. 1 leading voice in diet, health, fitness, nutrition, and weight loss. He is the New York Times bestselling author of 25 books in 15 languages, with more than 10 million books in print.

Dave created the Eat This, Not That! series and the Zero Belly Diet franchise, as well as The Abs Diet series and The 8-Hour Diet. He is the Nutrition and Wellness Contributor for NBC's Today Show, and he has appeared on Oprah, Good Morning America, 20/20, The Ellen DeGeneres Show, The Rachael Ray Show, and Dr. Oz.

Dave's brands have changed the way the world eats—and have helped millions of men and women lose weight, sometimes up to 70 pounds or more.

His franchise Zero Belly Diet has spawned three bestsellers, Zero Belly Cookbook, Zero Belly Smoothies, and Zero Belly Breakfasts that have helped thousands lose weight and look, feel and live better than ever. His following book, The Zero Sugar Diet, shows you how giving up added sugars will melt fat and guarantee your happiest and healthiest life.

Formerly the Editorial Director of Men's Health, Women's Health and Prevention, the General Manager of Rodale Books, and the Editorial Director of Men's Fitness, Zinczenko grew up in Bethlehem, PA, where he's in the Hall of Fame, and attended Moravian College, home of The Zinczenko Center for New Media.

Faye Brennan

Chief Content Officer

Faye is the Chief Content Officer at Galvanized Media, leading content strategy, development, and innovation for Eat This, Not That!, Best Life, and future brands at the company. She previously served two years as the Editor-in-Chief of Eat This, Not That!, overseeing all digital content. Prior to joining Galvanized, she was the Sex & Relationships Director at Cosmopolitan, Head of Sex & Dating at Elite Daily, and Senior Editor at Women's Health, where she covered health, food, fitness, and relationships. Her prior editorial experience includes Whalebone magazine,,, and more national titles. She's hosted a national podcast ("Single, Swipe, Repeat") and several original video series, and has appeared as a guest on Fox & Friends, Pix11, Bold TV, Evine, BetterTV, and national radio programs.

Louis Peitzman


Louis Peitzman is the Editor-in-Chief of Best Life, currently overseeing content across all verticals. He was previously Best Life's Deputy News Editor. Prior to working at Best Life, he was the Deputy Arts & Entertainment Editor at BuzzFeed News. Peitzman is also a freelance writer covering film, television, and theater. His work has been featured in The New York Times, Vulture, Time Magazine, and Elle.

Megan Cahn

Managing Editor

Megan Cahn is the managing editor at Best Life, overseeing content across the health, lifestyle, and travel verticals. Before working at Best Life, she was the Executive Editor at Bauer Media, a Senior Beauty Editor at Refinery29, and a Beauty Editor at Her prior editorial experience also includes CosmoGIRL, Harper's Bazaar, A Cup of Jo, Real Beauty, and Redbook, and her writing has appeared in The Cut, Martha Stewart Living, Marie Claire, and Cosmopolitan.

Sage Young

Deputy Entertainment Editor

Sage Young is the Deputy Entertainment Editor at Best Life, expanding and honing our coverage in this vertical by managing a team of industry-obsessed writers. Previously, she was an Associate TV Editor and later the Movies Editor at Bustle, and she has written for NBC News THINK, Entertainment Weekly, Refinery 29, Hello Giggles, InStyle, Vice, House Beautiful,, and other publications. Sage also has a 10-year background in development and event planning for non-profit organizations and has produced several all-star theater benefits. As a pop culture trivia host, she's emceed events for Penguin Random House and New York Comic Con and can occasionally be found moderating convention panels with celebrity guests.

Sage has experience writing and editing all facets of entertainment and entertainment news, but at Best Life, focuses largely on nostalgic TV and movie content, celebrity news, and making the latest viral hot topic accessible to our readers. She hails from Beaver Falls, Pennsylvania and lives in Queens, New York.

Elizabeth Laura Nelson

Deputy Health Editor

Elizabeth Laura Nelson is the Deputy Health Editor at Best Life. Previously, she was the Managing Editor at and, and prior to that, she was the New York Editor at A mom and a marathon runner, she's passionate about all aspects of health and wellness and has written about everything from dementia and diabetes to menopause and migraines.

Dana Schulz

Deputy Lifestyle Editor

Dana Schulz is the Deputy Lifestyle Editor at Best Life. She was previously the managing editor of 6sqft, where she oversaw all content related to real estate, apartment living, and the best local things to do. Her work has also been featured on and Parade. In her free time, she enjoys being a cat mom, visiting her hometown on the Jersey Shore, photographing new cities, and leading historic walking tours.

Carrie Weisman

SEO Editor

Carrie Weisman oversees all SEO efforts at Best Life. She specializes in content optimization and editorial marketing. She is also passionate about covering issues related to wellness and sex worker rights. Her writing has been featured in Vice, Salon, Fatherly, In These Times, Men's Health, Women's Health, Time Out, and numerous other outlets.

Kali Coleman

Senior Editor

Kali Coleman is a Senior Editor at Best Life. Her primary focus is covering news, where she often keeps readers informed on the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and up-to-date on the latest retail closures. Coleman is a graduate of Winthrop University in Rock Hill, South Carolina, and has also worked at The Irish Daily Star in Dublin, Ireland, and The Lancaster News in Lancaster, South Carolina.

Abby Reinhard

Associate Editor

Abby Reinhard is an Associate Editor at Best Life, covering daily news and keeping readers up to date on national parks, scientific studies, and the best pet advice. She received a BA in English from Penn State University and has worked as both a medical writer and journalist. In 2020, she published her first nonfiction book, The Marine Society of the City of New York—1770-2020.

Courtney Shapiro

Editorial Assistant

Courtney Shapiro is an Editorial Assistant at Best Life. Before joining the Best Life team, she had editorial internships with BizBash and Anton Media Group. She loves covering astrology, style, anything that can be tied to books, and travel! With over 200 books read per year, Courtney prides herself on being a book expert and always has new recommendations to share.

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