"Janis uses a variety of media venues to mentor and promote her fellow Academy members. Several years ago she had me on her Boca Raton-based radio show. We engaged in a lively discussion about healthy restaurant eating. Over the years, Janis has featured 44 interviews some with fellow Academy members on this radio show and on dTalk, the internet-based radio program she created, produced and hosted for dLife.com."
--Hope Warshaw, MMSc, RD, CDCES, BC-ADM, FAADE
AADE President 2016
"Janis is warm and funny, and communicates challenging medical and nutritional topics with ease. I was so impressed with her scope of knowledge that I met privately with Janis to discuss my own health concerns relating to decades of living with type 1 diabetes."
- Benno Schmidt, Former Host dLifeTV; Veteran Television Correspondant for Sunday Morning, The Early Show, NBC Nightly News, The Today Show, MSNBC, and CNN.
“...it is rare to work with someone who can communicate clearly with professionals, patients, and the lay public alike in such a variety of formats. Janis Roszler...has an outstanding combination of skills to turn complicated health and medical concepts into accessible and engaging ideas."
--Victor Van Beuren, Senior Manager, Book Acquisitions, American Diabetes Association
Janis Roszler, LMFT, RD, LD/N, CDCES, FAND
"I’m also impressed with the size of Janis’ audience. Her Dear Janis nutrition and health column in Diabetes Positive! magazine was read for years by patients in waiting rooms throughout the United States. She has written columns in magazines in Dubai and Beijing and is a popular speaker in Israel. Her books have been translated into Hebrew and Spanish and are sold throughout the world."
- Donna Rice MBA,BSN,RN,CDCES, FAADE
Past President, American Association of Diabetes Educators
"Janis Roszler... is that rarest of creatures: A communicator who still believes that, through her work, she will leave her audience and, need I add, the world at large not only better informed but also healthier and, therefore, happier."
-Fran Carpentier, Senior Editor PARADE Magazine (1992-2008)