Andrea Mondello Named Web Editor of Lowcarb Living Magazine

Andrea Mondello has been named web editor for the leading magazine for the low-carb lifestyle, LowCarb Living. The announcement was made today by Jim Capparell, the president of CappMedia, Inc. and publisher of LowCarb Living.

“Andrea’s knowledge of this industry and its ‘movers and shakers’ is well-established, having founded of one of the first low-carb support sites more than four years ago,” said Capparell. “She brings tremendous enthusiasm to her work as a result of her personal success with a low-carb diet. We feel she is the perfect person to help us make the #1 ‘go-to’ resource for millions of Americans looking for information and support of their pursuit of a healthier lifestyle.”

Andrea is the founder and editor-in-chief of, which she started in 1999 as her personal web site documenting her story of weight loss (100+ pounds) and maintenance through the Atkins Diet. Since that time, Andrea has built into a leading support and information resource for low-carb dieters with thousands of visitors from around the world.

She was formerly vice president of sales & marketing for Carbtopia, an Ohio-based manufacturer of low carbohydrate foods that specializes in healthy, sugar-alcohol free mixes and beverages. Andrea currently serves as the interim chair of the Consumer Affairs Committee for the Carbohydrate Awareness Council (CAC), a non-profit membership organization committed to encouraging health and well-being through controlled carb nutrition.

Andrea is a frequent contributing writer for LowCarb Living, the leading magazine for the 35 million Americans now actively embracing the low-carb lifestyle. An instant hit with readers hungry for information and support, the bimonthly magazine now reaches more than 300,000 avid readers in over 50,000 locations in the U.S. and Canada. For more information about the magazine, see

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