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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.

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...
Foods to boost—or bust—your guy’s virility
I’m at an age—and stage in life—when half my friends are hoping and attempting to get pregnant and...
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