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Kerri-Ann Jennings

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

Green Up Your Kitchen Challenge Tip 2: Turn Down The Heat On Nonstick Pans
Toxins get into our bodies through more than just food. We are exposed to them through our carpets, lawn chemicals—even...
Green Up Your Kitchen Challenge Tip 1: Print Out A List Of The Dirty Dozen
Toxins get into our bodies through more than just food. We are exposed to them through our carpets, lawn chemicals—even...
Best and worst breakfast sandwiches
Breakfast is important—it fuels your morning and may help keep your hunger in check so you don’t overdo it...
Easy foods to grow without a garden
I have never had a garden. For the past several years I’ve lived in small urban spaces with little to no outdoor...
4 nutrients you might not be getting enough of
When the USDA came out with its Dietary Guidelines last year, it also published information on the so-called “...
Foods that are good for your smile
Last time I visited the dentist, we were having one of those awkward, mouth-full-of-toothpaste conversations. She was...
“Worthless” foods that are actually good for you
Think that sprig of parsley on the side of your plate is just sitting there looking pretty or that mushrooms aren...
Why you shouldn’t always cook with olive oil
For the longest time, the only oil I bought was extra-virgin olive oil. After all, it’s high in heart-healthy...
4 foods to help you focus better
If you think cognitive decline isn’t something that starts to happen until after age 60, think again. A new study...
4 health reasons to eat chocolate (and cons to consider)
When it comes to dessert, chocolate is my weakness. The silky rich, bittersweet stuff is sure to satisfy my sweet tooth...
4 powerful reasons to eat grapefruit
Citrus season is here and while oranges and clementines definitely pack a health punch, it’s time to make some...
4 foods to soothe sore muscles
If you’ve been exercising more, you may be suffering from the aches and pains of having overdone it at the gym. I...
Diet Challenge Tip 28: Celebrate Small Victories
Tip 28: Celebrate Small Victories. You’ve made it through the month-long diet challenge…congrats! Keep your weight loss...
Diet Challenge Tip 27: Find Your Diet Derailers—And Ways to Overcome Them
Tip 27: Find Your Diet Derailers—And Ways to Overcome Them. Some people can’t resist chocolate. Others get tripped up...
Diet Challenge Tip 26: Move More
Tip 26: Move More. Incidental exercise—the kind you get from every day activities—significantly increases overall...
Diet Challenge Tip 25: Make A Bet
Tip 25: Make A Bet. You create a goal, set the stakes and assign a friend to keep you accountable at stickK.com. Fail...
Diet Challenge Tip 24: Savor a Small Treat Each Day
Tip 24: Savor a Small Treat Each Day. Savor a small treat each day—it won’t break your diet, says new research in the...
Diet Challenge Tip 23: Have Some Soup
Tip 23: Have Some Soup. In one study, published in the journal Physiology & Behavior, people consumed the fewest...
Diet Challenge Tip 22: Cut Up Veggies
Tip 22: Cut Up Veggies. Use some weekend free time to cut up veggies and place them in airtight containers or bags....
Diet Challenge Tip 21: Ask a Friend to Take a Walk
Tip 21: Ask a Friend to Take a Walk. Buddy up and get moving. Talking a walk, hitting a dance or yoga class or doing...
Diet Challenge Tip 20: Ditch the Top Slice of Bread
Tip 20: Ditch the Top Slice of Bread. Opting for an open-face sandwich instantly erases 100 calories. Choose whole-...
Diet Challenge Tip 19: Pack Your Snacks with Protein and Fiber
Tip 19: Pack Your Snacks with Protein and Fiber. Protein and fiber are both especially satisfying—they help keep you...
Diet Challenge Tip 18: Breakfast Like a Champ
Tip 18: Breakfast Like a Champ. Research shows dieters are more successful at losing weight—and keeping it off—when...
Diet Challenge Tip 17: Have Some Yogurt
Tip 17: Have Some Yogurt. Of all foods it’s the most closely linked with weight loss, according to a recent Harvard...
Diet Challenge Tip 16: Spend 30 Minutes a Day Running, Swimming or Biking
Tip 16: Spend 30 Minutes a Day Running, Swimming or Biking. Need some motivation? Just 30 minutes of exercise every day...
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