French-Polish-Canadian science journalist published in the Washington Post, Scientific American, New Scientist, the Atlantic, Discover, etc.
Her first book, "Meathooked: The History and Science of Our 2.5-Million Year Obsession with Meat" was published in 2016 by Basic Books, and chosen by the journal Nature as one of "the best science picks" in 2016. Meathooked has been translated into Polish, Japanese, Korean, Spanish and simplified Chinese. She has contributed a chapter to the recently published The Reducetarian Solution alongside Mark Bittman, Michael Shermer, and Peter Singer.
Zaraska’s articles and books have been turned into TV programs in the US, Spain, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Russia, Bulgaria, Germany and Poland, and reprinted around the globe from Oman and Dubai to Australia and Singapore. She has been interviewed by dozens of radio stations in North America and across Europe, including the UK. She has given a TEDx talk at Bocconi University, Milan, and has been featured as an expert in several documentary films on nutrition.
She has visited over 80 countries around the world and lived in six of them. Reported from Rwanda, DR Congo, Nicaragua, India, Togo, Cameroon, and many other places.
She lives in France with her husband, daughter and a very spoiled cocker spaniel.