Eli Glaser, CNWC, CWMS, is the founder and director of Soveya. He is dual certified as a Nutrition & Wellness Consultant and Weight Management Specialist and has been maintaining a 130-pound weight loss for more than 15 years. As a coach and consultant, he has worked personally with thousands of people around the world helping them achieve their weight-loss goals and life-style changes. He is an internationally acclaimed motivational speaker and author, having been featured on various multi-media platforms such as CNN, NPR, Aish.com, Mishpacha Magazine, Binah, and Hamodia.
Eli has developed and mastered the ground-breaking Soveya Weight-Loss Solution™, an all-encompassing and life-changing program which empowers a person to acquire the competence and confidence to completely transform their overall eating habits and relationship with food, giving them the ability to not just lose weight, but maintain a healthy-body size. Soveya’s Seven Keys for life-long change is a highly effective system of specific strategies enabling a person to break thru their previous blocks, and to overcome the unique obstacles that have been holding them back for so long.
Through his own compelling story of struggle and success, Eli deals with this sensitive subject in a disarming and non-judgmental manner, making individuals and audiences feel comfortable and committed at the same time. His unique communicative and intuitive skill set is captivating, penetrating and transformative.
Eli is available for presentations, seminars and workshops for audiences of 50 – 5,000, as well as for Corporate Wellness Training for companies large and small. His dynamic and engaging style drives home the message that, when it comes to health and nutrition, anyone can make lasting changes.
Eli is also an ordained Rabbi, having spent more than 20 years in the field of outreach, education and rabbinic counseling. Previously, Eli was a journalist and sports reporter, working at The Washington Post, The Baltimore Sun and The Charlotte Observer, as well as serving as a War Correspondent during Operation Desert Storm in 1991.