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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.

How do I know if I should stop eating wheat?
Between the uber-popular low-carb Dukan Diet and 17-Day Diet, plus the ever-growing aisles of gluten-free items at the...
Can a detox diet safely help you lose weight?
It's that time of year when even the most diligent healthy eater is thinking about dieting. Summer, the season of fewer...
5 foods for healthy, sexy skin
When it comes to my skin, I’m vain. But who isn’t? I’ve yet to meet someone—especially a woman...
Is stress causing your stomach ache? 3 fixes that may help you feel better
A few months ago, a new scientific paper discussing a link between mental stress and digestive trouble crossed my desk...
Oatmeal smackdown: the healthiest fast-food oatmeals
By Brierley Wright, M.S. R.D., EatingWell Nutrition Editor
Should I eat breakfast—even when I’m not hungry?
I’ve always been a breakfast eater. Breakfast—along with a couple cups of coffee—gives me that much-...
6 healing spices to keep in your kitchen
The Indian-Spiced Golden Turmeric Latkes with Applesauce in the November/December issue of EatingWell Magazine kicked...
Foods to make holiday stress disappear right now
Unlike many people, I prefer the weeks leading up to Christmas and New Year’s over the actual holiday days. I...
Top 5 holiday temptations & how to beat them
Last week I was watching a cooking segment on TV, when the anchor suspiciously questioned the chef about how much heavy...
How to fight colds and flu: What works and what doesn’t
The much-dreaded cold and flu season is upon us. And if you’re like me, there isn’t any spare time built...
4 foods to eat if you overeat
My motto—especially when it comes to nutrition—is moderation. There aren’t any “bad”...
Why aren’t you eating probiotics yet? 4 health claims explained
You may only know about probiotics (the so-called “good” bacteria that’s best known for being added...
Should you be worried about antibiotics in your meat?
When I heard that this summer the FDA called the misuse and overuse of antibiotics in meat animals a serious threat to...
6 foods to ward off garlic breath
Garlic is one of those ingredients that I always have on hand: there’s a bulb on my kitchen counter and a jar of...
Trick or treat: The hidden health risks of food dyes
I have a hard time saying “no” to gummy candy. But I won’t eat just any variety (bring on the bear-...
Foods to keep you looking and feeling younger
When I think about food antidotes for aging body parts, I think of my Baby Boomer parents (sorry, Mom and Dad!). I don'...
Could eating red meat increase your risk of breast cancer?
In the past couple of years I’ve really scaled back how much red meat I eat. Partly because I truly enjoy...
Is your job making you gain weight?
Not a single one of my jobs has been in a place where I can step outside midday and have my pick of lunch spots within...
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