Marisa Zeppieri-Caruana is an author, freelance writer and speaker currently residing in New York. In just five years, Marisa has had over 400 articles published covering a wide variety of subjects including health, diet, religion, women's issues, human trafficking, home renovation, budgeting and business. Though she has written extensively in many fields, her favorite area of writing revolves around the world of health sciences. She is the author of Lupus: Real Life, Real Patients, Real Talk and is a board member for the Lupus Foundation of America (LFA).
Health and Diet
Marisa is a health and diet expert. Formally educated in Chemistry, Marisa has always been interested in the human body and the role of diet and nutrition. As an LFA board member, she has been featured as an expert on the disease, and how diet and chronic illness affects autoimmune patients, in outlets such as Glamour, Eating Well, MSNBC, WebMD, Yahoo, The Chicago Tribune and South Florida Today. Combining her Chemistry background, a predilection for research and personal health issues, Marisa embarked on her own health journey and regimen many years ago and lives a vegetarian and raw lifestyle. She has written extensively in these areas, as well as on the topic of juicing and vitamin supplmentation. While working as a journalist in Fort Lauderdale, Marisa taught individual lessons to those interested in the art of juicing, and was a food reviewer for a South Florida newspaper.
Freelance Writing and Blogging
Marisa has written extensively on the topics of freelance writing, blogging for personal and business use, breaking into the writing industry and more. She also teaches commnunity education classes on these topics. She loves to share her knowledge and experience with beginning writers who are hungry for information. Some of her articles on these topics can be found at www.Wordslingergal.com
Marisa is also formally educated in Interior Design and has written countless articles on home renovation, design and improvement. Her areas of interest include renovations or design on a budget, space saving techniques, and modern design and functional living. Her new love in the area of Interior Design revolves around "micro" apartments and homes, and designing a functional layout that allows for optimum usage.