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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.

6 convincing reasons you should keep carbs in your diet
I’m not naming any names, but I have a family member who rarely eats carbs. The reasoning? In their words, not...
4 diet-busting fast-food lunches to skip (and what to order instead)
I recently blogged about fast-food breakfasts that sound healthy, but aren’t—ones that duped even me, a...
4 healthy-sounding fast-food breakfasts that aren’t (and what to eat instead)
We’ve all been there, me included: standing in line at a fast-food spot or convenience store for a quick...
How much food do you really need?
We all know—and you’ve heard me give my registered dietitian spiel before—that to slim down you have...
Beauty foods for younger-looking skin
When I was in high school and college, I got a summer job as a lifeguard. All those hours in the sun gave me what I...
Fill up on these 5 fresh summer foods for a bikini-worthy body
I just finished booking a week-long summer vacation at the beach, and I can’t wait! But a week at the beach also...
What’s the best after-workout drink?
As a registered dietitian and nutrition editor at EatingWell Magazine, I’m someone who always tries to eat foods...
8 secret-weapon foods to power up your diet
It’s that time of year when I’m looking for an extra edge to stay slim and get in better shape. I’m...
Why caffeine is worse than you think for sleep
I am a coffee lover! Truth be told, I cannot get through the morning without at least a cup (of the caffeinated variety...
5 tricks to grill your way to better health
This time of year my husband is chomping at the bit to grill, grill, grill! He wants to grill everything—which...
The best-kept secret of successful dieters
It’s a question that I would venture to guess every dieter has asked...even those who successfully lose weight,...
3 new foods make updated "Dirty Dozen" of produce to buy organic
When I shop for fruits and vegetables I always consult the Environmental Working Group’s (EWG) pocket-size...
Why your sugary diet may be putting your health at risk again
I know it can be hard to limit your added sugars intake—just last week I tried to drink a cup of coffee without...
Must-eat foods for women at every age
I love, love, love those “how-to at every age” articles in women’s magazines: what to wear in your...
Always feeling hungry? Watch out for these foods that will make you overeat
We’ve all had those days, sometimes even weeks, when we find ourselves endlessly hungry. When it takes a lot of...
3 reasons you should reach for canola oil when you’re cooking
We use a lot of oil in my house. That sounds gross, I know. Let me explain. It’s really just that one of our...
Mad-easy 5-ingredient dips
March Madness means sports madness in my house. My husband loves to kick back and watch big games, playoffs and...
3 foods that make us happy
We all have bad days. And many of us, myself included, turn to tried and true comfort foods to lift our spirits. (I bet...
How slowly WOULD you have to eat to lose weight?
I’m one of those people who lives to eat. I’m also a fast eater, or so I’ve been told. Put those...
Deceptive food labels: How to know what’s truly healthy
When you're in a hurry at the grocery store, do you find yourself making food choices based on health promises on the...
Trying to save money? 15 foods you don’t need to buy organic
Although I enjoy the grocery store (maybe it’s because I’m a dietitian that I love checking out new...
6 unexpected heart-healthy snacks
My husband was first told he had high cholesterol at 30 and since then he’s become acutely conscious of his...
Is saturated fat no longer bad for your heart?
Over the years we’ve all heard some nutrition information and advice that seemed so black-and-white it was hard...
Is sugar bad for your heart?
Let’s face it: Americans eat too much sugar. Me included! When I think about it, I have a decent-sized list of...
Foods that do the weight-loss work for you
We’ve finally reached the home stretch of the holiday season. There’s still too much holiday chaos to fully...
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