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Kerri-Ann Jennings

Kerri-Ann Jennings is a registered dietitian with a master's degree in nutrition from Columbia University.

Better than the $1 menu: Superfoods that ring in for 99 cents or less
Every few months, it seems, there’s hype about the latest, hottest superfood—chia seeds and acai berries...
5 myths about tea
You probably already know that tea is an incredibly healthy beverage. In fact, studies show that if you drink tea...
7 hidden sources of caffeine
I’ve been trying to cut down on caffeine. I came to this goal recently as I was sitting cross-legged in yoga and...
Top 8 food allergies (and how to eat around them)
Ever read a food label on a product and wonder why certain ingredients are called out as “Allergens” (e.g...
The important nutrient you’re not getting enough of (and how to get it)
There’s a super-important nutrient that, chances are, you’re not getting enough of: omega-3 fatty acids....
5 myths about cholesterol
When a new study came out a few months ago stating that high HDL might not directly protect against disease, I paid...
Is cooking with nonstick pans healthy or not?
More nights than not, I cook dinner in a nonstick skillet. It’s easy to wash up and can lend itself to healthy...
3 "green" habits that can make you sick
In the past few years I’ve made some “green” swaps. I usually bring my own bag when I go grocery...
What’s the bottom line: Is red meat healthy or not?
Praised by Paleo Diet advocates and shunned by vegetarians, red meat certainly is a controversial food. And that...
Super snacks to pack right now
Every weekday morning, I pack not only a lunch to bring to work, but snacks too. Maybe it’s the registered...
Get healthy: start now with this fresh-start checklist
I’ve always thought the new year should start in September. Fall seems to bring with it a fresh start. And...
Best healthy foods to buy on a tight budget
With so many factors to consider—health, environmental impact, cost, taste—choosing healthy foods can seem...
What does a 1,200-calorie day look like?
Losing weight is about calories in versus calories out. To lose weight, you need to eat fewer calories than you burn...
Do chia seeds deserve the health hype?
I had never heard of chia until a couple of years ago when a health-minded friend started crowing about her latest...
Is eating food from the farmer’s market safe?
Shopping at a farmer’s market is a great way to support your local economy and stock up on the freshest seasonal...
The diet mistake even nutritionists make
A new study—published in the August 2012 issue of the Journal of Consumer Research—helps explain why the...
6 healthy ingredients to supercharge your smoothie
I’m on a big smoothie kick lately. Every morning, I’ve been blending up different variations of frozen...
5 power ingredients for fueling your workout
Want to give your workout a boost? Five key ingredients can give your body an extra edge when exercising—or...
Best & worst frozen yogurt toppings
When the weather got steamy this week, you can bet I made friends with an old summer standby: soft-serve frozen yogurt...
5 ways to beat overeating throughout the day
If you find yourself overindulging throughout the day—second breakfast in the morning, ravenously snacking in the...
Which is healthier: hot dogs or hamburgers?
It’s grilling season and chances are you’ll be making that ever-important cookout decision: hot dog or...
Do you need to buy organic? The bottom line on how bad pesticides are for you
Today, the nonprofit Environmental Working Group (EWG) released its latest report, called the Dirty Dozen, of the 12...
Foods that are healthier together
I hear of a new health benefit of a different food virtually every day as associate nutrition editor of EatingWell...
Shocking levels of sugar in 8 popular beverages
When New York City announced a plan to ban the sale of sugary drinks larger than 16 ounces this week, it sparked debate...
Change these 5 habits to slim down & save 1,335 calories
If you find you’re struggling to lose weight, it could be that some bad habits are weighing you down. Try these...
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