Lacey Bourassa

Lacey Muinos

Freelance Fitness and Health Writer


Fitness, Nutrition


California State Polytechnic University at Pomona


Being a fitness and nutrition writer allows me to combine my passion for and expertise in health with my natural abilities to create content. I'm fulfilled by the opportunity to share my knowledge with people, all of whom are at different stages of their wellness journeys.

— Lacey Muinos


Lacey is a professional writer living in Southern California. She specializes in fitness, nutrition and various health topics. She not only has a passion for healthy living, but she also practices what she preaches with her longtime vegan diet.

Her work has been featured in Healthline, Livestrong, Eat This Not That, Business Insider, Simply Recipes, EltaMD, and more.​


Lacey graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in English from California State Polytechnic University, Pomona.

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