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Brierley Wright

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.

Heart-Healthy Tip #16: Choose Low-Fat Dairy
Choose Low-Fat Dairy: Dairy products like milk, sour cream and yogurt are a good source of calcium. Replacing whole-...
Heart-Healthy Tip #18: It's Not All About the Meat
It's Not All About the Meat: Meat is a great source of protein but it's also a big source of saturated fat in many...
Heart-Healthy Tip #17: Get Your Omega-3s
Get Your Omega-3s: Eating more omega-3-rich foods, such as fatty fish (salmon, sardines, tuna), canola oil and walnuts...
4 immune-boosting myths busted
It’s that time of year when any sniffle, cough or sneeze is noticed—and if it didn’t come from you,...
Where Would You Like to See Calorie Labeling?
With Americans consuming about a third of their total calories on food prepared outside of the home, it’s welcome news...
A Playlist to Pump Up Your Workout
Indoors or outdoors, I typically enjoy exercising. But there are always those days when I know that half an hour on the...
Should you go gluten-free even if you don’t have celiac disease?
Going gluten-free might not be as commonplace as going peanut-free—but you wouldn’t know it when you’...
Natural ways to prevent heartburn
Most people have experienced heartburn, a burning feeling in the chest or throat, at some point. (I'll never forget the...
The 2 healthiest oils to cook with, 2 to skip
For health reasons, many people—me included—have traded butter for oil. But there are lots of oil options...
Which milk is best to buy?
As surprising as it may seem, considering I’m a dietitian and nutrition editor of EatingWell Magazine, my...
What Your Doctor Didn't Tell You About Calcium
Long before I became a registered dietitian or nutrition editor, I knew the importance of getting enough calcium for...
Should I buy organic? 7 questions about organics answered
When it comes to buying organic, questions abound: what is organic? Why buy organic? Is it healthier? When nonprofit...
What does 2,000 calories a day look like?
I'm always surprised at how few people know a) how many calories they need each day, and b) how many calories they're...
What to eat for breakfast? Find out what Michelle Obama and 5 health experts eat
Last week, when I went to the USDA in Washington, D.C,. to attend the unveiling of the new food icon—MyPlate...
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...
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