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Brierley Wright

Brierley's interest in nutrition and food come together in her position as nutrition editor at EatingWell. Brierley holds a master’s degree in Nutrition Communication from the Friedman School of Nutrition Science and Policy at Tufts University. A Registered Dietitian, she completed her undergraduate degree at the University of Vermont.

Take our Healthy Breakfast Challenge next week!
We have a new challenge for you! The challenge is to eat breakfast—and a healthy one—every morning this week. Visit the...
Which type of yogurt is the healthiest?
Since I'm not a big milk drinker, yogurt is my preferred form of dairy. Eating yogurt is an easy, tasty way to get some...
Healthy Back-to-School Challenge: Day 5
Save money & brown bag your lunch. Let's face it: constantly shelling out money for lunch that someone else makes...
Healthy Back-to-School Challenge: Day 4
How to pack a satisfying, low-calorie lunch. When you're dieting every meal counts. Keep your lunch light, but filling...
Healthy Back-to-School Challenge: Day 3
How to pack a delicious, healthy lunch. Take-along lunches are back in style. Packing your lunch saves money,...
Healthy Back-to-School Challenge: Day 2
Easy tips for going going peanut-free (it's easier than you think)! About 12 million Americans have food allergies—...
Healthy Back-to-School Challenge: Day 1
Pack up some protein! Including some lean protein in your lunch is an excellent addition: compared to carbs and fat,...
Still meatless & (happily) surprised with myself!
When I signed up for EatingWell's meatless May challenge, I had the best of intentions. I really, truly, wanted to try...
Heart-Healthy Tip #1: Spice It Up
Hey Healthy Hearts Club members! Did you know that February is American Heart Month? Every day this month, we’ll be...
Heart-Healthy Tip #2: Go Bananas
Good morning Healthy Hearts Club! Every day for American Heart Month, we’re posting a quick tip to help you eat for a...
Heart-Healthy Tip #3: Eat These 6 Purple Foods to Help Your Blood Pressure
Good morning Healthy Hearts Club! Every day for American Heart Month, we’re posting a quick tip to help you eat for a...
Heart-Healthy Tip #4: Add Oats or Wheat Germ
Good morning Healthy Hearts Club! Every day for American Heart Month, we’re posting a quick tip to help you eat for a...
Heart-Healthy Tip #5: Pack a Power Salad
Good morning Healthy Hearts Club! Every day for American Heart Month, we’re posting a quick tip to help you eat for a...
Heart-Healthy Tip #6: Wash Away Sodium
Wash Away Sodium: Most of the sodium in our diets—approximately 77%—comes from prepared or processed foods, but...
Heart-Healthy Tip #7: Substitute Extra-Virgin Olive Oil for Butter
Good morning Healthy Hearts Club! Every day for American Heart Month, we’re posting a quick tip to help you eat for a...
Heart-Healthy Tip #8: Go Skinless
Good morning Healthy Hearts Club! Every day for American Heart Month, we’re posting a quick tip to help you eat for a...
Heart-Healthy Tip #9: Sum Up the Sodium of Your Servings
Sum Up the Sodium of Your Servings: Nutrition Facts labels list nutrient amounts for one serving—but often we eat more...
Heart-Healthy Tip #10: Be Choosy About Your Chocolate
Be Choosy About Your Chocolate: Studies show that chocolate increases antioxidant levels in the blood and helps lower...
Heart-Healthy Tip #11: Be Choosy When It Comes to Salad Toppers
Be Choosy When It Comes to Salad Toppers: Crunchy onions, bacon bits and seasoned croutons can look appetizing when you...
Heart-Healthy Tip #12: When It Comes to Sodium, Shop Around
When It Comes to Sodium, Shop Around. Comparing the sodium content for similar foods can save hundreds of milligrams of...
Heart-Healthy Tip #13: Eat More Fruits and Vegetables
Eat More Fruits and Vegetables: Research links diets rich in fruits and vegetables with a lower risk for heart disease...
Heart-Healthy Tip #14: Have a Drink
Have a drink. A moderate amount of alcohol daily (no more than two drinks for men, one for women) has proven heart...
Heart-Healthy Tip #15: Go Unrefined
Go Unrefined. Pick whole grains over refined grains. People who eat more whole grains tend to have lower LDL...
Heart-Healthy Tip #16: Choose Low-Fat Dairy
Choose Low-Fat Dairy: Dairy products like milk, sour cream and yogurt are a good source of calcium. Replacing whole-...
Heart-Healthy Tip #18: It's Not All About the Meat
It's Not All About the Meat: Meat is a great source of protein but it's also a big source of saturated fat in many...
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