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Brierley Wright, M.S., R.D.

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.

The best fitness foods: What to eat before, during and after a workout
Getting a great workout goes beyond the number of reps you do or the miles you log on the treadmill (though that does...
5 myths about vitamins
A recent government study said more than half of all Americans take dietary supplements, which in my opinion is...
5 tips to green up your diet
With Earth Day just around the corner (April 22), eco-consciousness is on a lot of people’s minds. At EatingWell...
The best breakfast foods for weight loss
I’ve always been a breakfast eater. It gives me a much-needed energy boost—along with a cup of coffee, of...
4 sneaky health-food ingredients to watch out for
A new study, published in the Journal of the American Dietetic Association, looked at how much consumers actually pay...
Is mercury in fish as harmful as you thought?
I’m sure you’ve heard you should be eating seafood twice a week because it’s low in calories and fat...
6 of the healthiest fish to eat (and 6 to avoid)
You probably already know that you’re supposed to be eating fish twice a week. Fish are a lean, healthy source of...
4 celeb diets to avoid
Let’s face it: Hollywood makes losing weight look easy! Especially with all those toned bodies walking the red...
7 superfoods to naturally lower cholesterol
If you have high cholesterol you aren’t alone: nearly half of all American adults have high cholesterol. Not all...
Healthy Hearts Challenge Tip 7: Be Choosy About Your Chocolate
To celebrate American Heart Month and our Healthy Hearts Challenge, every day this week we’re posting a quick tip to...
Healthy Hearts Challenge Tip 6: Go Nuts
To celebrate American Heart Month and our Healthy Hearts Challenge, every day this week we’re posting a quick tip to...
Healthy Hearts Challenge Tip 5: Wash Away Sodium
To celebrate American Heart Month and our Healthy Hearts Challenge, every day this week we’re posting a quick tip to...
Healthy Hearts Challenge Tip 4: Get Your Omega-3s
To celebrate American Heart Month and our Healthy Hearts Challenge, every day this week we’re posting a quick tip to...
Healthy Hearts Challenge Tip 3: Go Unrefined
To celebrate American Heart Month and our Healthy Hearts Challenge, every day this week we’re posting a quick tip to...
Healthy Hearts Challenge Tip 2: Choose Low-Fat Dairy
To celebrate American Heart Month and our Healthy Hearts Challenge, every day this week we’re posting a quick tip to...
Healthy Hearts Challenge Tip 1: Eat These 6 Purple Foods to Help Your Blood Pressure
To celebrate American Heart Month and our Healthy Hearts Challenge, every day this week we’re posting a quick tip to...
New study: high-fructose corn syrup may be worse for you than sugar
The debate over whether high-fructose corn syrup (HFCS) is really worse for you than sugar is always popular and heated...
The worst thing to eat for your heart
Heart disease is the leading cause of death among Americans: on average, one person dies every 39 seconds, according to...
The best & worst girl scout cookies
Every year I look forward to the Girl Scouts’ annual cookie sale (um, who doesn’t?!). This year’s sale is more...
5 foods to help you sleep better
Some people have trouble falling asleep. Others can’t stay asleep. And then there are the people (um, me!) who...
Which will help me slim down—6 mini meals or 3 squares?
Which will help me slim down—6 mini meals or 3 squares? I get this question a lot, especially from people who are...
3 healthy ingredients of a get-skinny lunch
Just as breakfast gives me a much-needed energy boost in the morning, eating lunch fuels the second half of my day...
10 tricks to make losing weight easier
To successfully lose weight and keep it off, eating well and exercising are key—the “secret,” of...
How to beat winter weight gain
Here’s a depressing piece of information: Americans put on half of our annual weight gain between Thanksgiving...
3 essential ingredients of a healthy breakfast
During the holidays it’s easy to let our healthy-eating habits fall by the wayside. But there’s one habit...
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