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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...
All-American favorites made healthier for July 4th
I like food from all corners of the planet, but on Independence Day, I want All-American 4th of July recipes. I’...
What should Americans eat? Experts announce 8 new food “rules”
I was happy that Penelope Slade-Sawyer, Deputy Assistant Secretary for Health, U.S. Department of Health and Human...
100-calorie summer treats to outsmart your cravings
When we were kids, you were very grateful for the food on your plate—whatever it might be—and you finished...
DIY healthier homemade ice cream
I was in perhaps the best shape of my adult life when I met my husband seven summers ago. During those first few months...
Beat the heat with summer slow cooker recipes
I use my slow cooker (also commonly referred to as a crock pot) a lot during the colder months for hearty recipes such...
What the Gulf oil spill means for your dinner
My friend Carl Safina was on The Colbert Report recently talking about the Gulf oil spill. One of the world’s...
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...
Recipes to help you fit into your skinny jeans
As a new mom, it is a big accomplishment for me to fit back into my skinny jeans again. After I had my son I was ready...
EatingWell’s Summer Challenge: Cook Our July/August Issue and Write About It!
When I first saw Julie & Julia last year, the movie about how Julie Powell cooked and blogged her way through Julia...
Summer school: 5 simple cooking tricks to master
Summer is a great time of year to learn a few new tricks in the kitchen. It’s warm enough to grill, and there are...
4 diet-busting fast-food drinks (and better choices to save you 1,464 calories)
When it’s stifling hot outside and there’s nowhere to escape the heat, I like to treat myself to an ice-...
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...
5 best kitchen gadgets to give dad
My dad is a gadget guy. (Seriously, have you ever met a dad who wasn't?) He also loves good food. So when it's time to...
Good Choices: 6 Fish to Ditch from Your Diet
I am mad about seafood. Madly in love with how it tastes of the ocean: light, healthy and fresh. Wild fish are the last...
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...
What’s Fresh: Sweet, luscious cherries
I have a hoarding instinct that kicks in when it comes to fruits like cherries that have such a short growing season (...
Good food choices: what should you pay for chicken?
As I went through the food market yesterday I was thinking about making a good cheap chicken dish. But when I came to...
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...
3 hot things to put on your (leftover) buns
I hate to throw things away (please don’t look in my closet!), especially when it comes to food (you probably...
No-fail tips to overcome your fear of grilling seafood
I love cooking seafood on the grill because it’s so fast and, because most seafood is relatively mild, it...
Healthy BBQ sauce taste test winner
As a professional recipe tester, I’m all for cooking techniques that produce the best results. But when it comes...
3 ways to find the healthiest supermarket breads
When I go to the grocery store to buy bread, there are three things I look for on food labels. 1. I prefer breads made...
What’s Fresh: Delicious ways to savor the first fruits of spring
There’s something about spring fruits—plump cherries, tart rhubarb, juicy apricots and sweet strawberries...
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