Shaun Dreisbach

Shaun Dreisbach

Award-winning writer and editor, Shaun Dreisbach is executive editor of EatingWell. In addition to overseeing the editorial content of the magazine, she also handles features on nutrition and health, sustainability, the environment, industry trends and food policy. Shaun has more than 20 years of experience working at and contributing to leading print and digital publications including Glamour, Self, Parents, Real Simple, Working Mother, Dr. Oz The Good Life, Teen Vogue, American Baby, FamilyFun and USA Weekend. She has also authored several nutrition, cooking and weight-loss books for bestselling authors and celebrity nutritionists.

When it comes to getting more fiber, these easy high-fiber food swaps deliver maximum bang for your buck. Trade up to these fiber powerhouses to get your fiber fill for the day.
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We took a look at popular protein myths to see if there was any truth behind them.
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When do you think of fiber as exciting? Yeah, that would be never. But this research will help change your mind.
This year, set your weight-loss goal, and meet it, once and for all. Here are 5 inspiring real-world success stories.
For a long time, the connection between cholesterol and cardiovascular health was seemingly clear. Saturated fats, the guidelines said, led to heart disease.
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Research unraveling some long-held thoughts on saturated fats has resulted in a backslide, bringing butter and bacon into the spotlight. Find out what the good fats really are.