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Lisa D'Agrosa, M.S., R.D.

Lisa D’Agrosa is EatingWell’s digital nutrition & news editor. She is a Registered Dietitian and completed her master’s degree in Nutrition Communication at Tufts University. She loves tasting all the recipes from the Test Kitchen and geeking out over nutrition science. @LisaDAgrosa

4 Good Foods to Eat Full-Fat
Though the low-fat craze has come and gone, many of the beliefs we have about fat are tough to let go of. Recent...
Low-Fat Ice Cream Sandwich vs. Fudge Pop: Which Dessert Is Healthier?
Picking healthy foods at the grocery store can feel pretty confusing. Among those thousands of foods, there’s a wide...
Do Healthy Chips Exist? Potato Chips vs. Tortilla Chips
Trying to choose chips that are healthy can be a real challenge at the grocery store. Whether it’s corn tortilla chips...
Which Peanut Butter Is Best? Reduced-Fat vs. Natural Peanut Butter
Picking healthy foods at the grocery store can feel pretty confusing. There are thousands to choose from. At lunchtime...
Is Cottage Cheese or Greek Yogurt a Healthier High-Protein Snack?
Picking healthy snacks at the grocery store can feel pretty confusing. There are thousands of foods, many touted as...
Popcorn vs. Pretzels: Which Is a Better Choice for a Low-Calorie Snack?
Popcorn and pretzels—these are two salty snacks people often reach for if they’re looking for lower-calorie...
How to Buy a Veggie Burger
This vegetarian mainstay of the grilling season is certainly convenient. But are frozen veggie burgers as healthy as...
How to Buy Healthy Tortillas at the Store
It doesn’t really matter what you call them: wraps and flour tortillas are essentially one and the same—both made with...
5 Secretly Good-for-You Gas Station Snacks
Summer vacation is here and it’s time to hit the road. Whether you're traveling long-distance or a regular on-the-go...
The Secret to Looking Years Younger
Here’s a new reason to eat more oily fish, fruits and vegetables to keep your heart healthy—having a healthier heart...
Summer Slim-Down Challenge Day 7: Get Right Back on Track
Did a co-worker bring in homemade brownies and you sampled one (OK, three)? At dinner, did you nosh from the bread...
Summer Slim-Down Challenge Day 5: Treat Yourself (Occasionally)
Slimming down for summer isn’t about depriving yourself—it’s about making small changes that you can stick with. If you...
Summer Slim-Down Challenge Day 6: Be a Slim Snacker
Snacks can keep your diet on track by preventing your hunger from getting out of control. But if you don’t pick the...
Summer Slim-Down Challenge Day 4: Get 8 Hours of Sleep
There’s a reason they call it beauty sleep. Being sleep-deprived can affect your emotional well-being, your skin and...
Summer Slim-Down Challenge Day 3: Drink Plenty of Water
Water definitely does a body good. In one 2010 study, people who drank 2 cups of water before meals lost more weight...
Summer Slim-Down Challenge Day 2: Load Up on Fruits and Vegetables
Eating more produce can help you slim down because produce is low in calories and high in fiber. In fact, vegetables...
Summer Slim-Down Challenge Day 1: Make a Plan for Food and Fitness
Having a plan helps you reach for healthy foods when you get home ravenous or need a snack in a pinch when you’re on...
Stock these healthy foods to eat clean
Eating clean means eating more whole foods and less processed foods. It may sound like a fad, but it’s not based...
Which Is Healthier: Greek Yogurt or Regular Yogurt?
Greek Vs. Regular: By the Numbers Greek yogurt has surged in popularity in recent years, and with good reason....
Our Picks for the Best Healthy Pasta Sauces
It’s hard to beat the ease of opening a jar (unless, of course, it’s screwed on super-tight) to help bring pasta night...
Your 1-Day Plan to Get Back on Track
There are times, like after a food-filled vacation or a big holiday, when I feel like my typically healthy diet needs a...
What You Need to Know About Caramel Color
A new study by Consumer Reports may make you think twice before reaching for a soda (and it’s not about sugar or...
Day 7: Cut Down on Alcohol
Eating clean also means drinking clean. You can still have some alcohol if you want—but stay within the recommended...
Day 6: Cut Back on Sugar
Most people eat far too many added sugars. The easiest way to clean up the sugars in your diet is to limit obvious...
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