A portrait of Victoria Seaver, M.S., RD
A portrait of Victoria Seaver, M.S., RD

Victoria Seaver, M.S., RD

Victoria Seaver is a registered dietitian and Associate Editorial Director for EatingWell.com. She completed her undergraduate degree in nutrition, dietetics and food science and her masters degree and dietetic internship at the University of Vermont. Victoria has been a part of the EatingWell.com team since 2015. Prior to that, she worked as a nutrition counselor, helping individuals to address health concerns and reach their wellness goals. Victoria also worked as an in-store nutritionist at a local health food store where she ran informational sessions on various nutrition topics and co-lead cooking classes.

Victoria covers content aimed at making healthy eating easier through meal prep, healthy grocery store finds and super-simple weeknight recipes. She writes the weekly dinner plan newsletter, ThePrep, and creates monthly videos for the Prep School video series. Victoria loves getting outside in Vermont, where she lives with her husband, David, and dog, Mookie, whether it's for a long walk, an afternoon skiing, gardening in the backyard or a day on beautiful Lake Champlain.
With most of the country experiencing a heat wave, these no-cook recipes are key. They'll help you get healthy dinners on the table all week long without ever touching a stove or grill.
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This week of easy summer dinners are ready in 25 minutes or less and follow the healthy eating principles of the Mediterranean diet to help you feel your best all week long.
While we don't agree with the drastic weight loss she underwent to fit into the dress in the first place, that still doesn't give the world an open excuse to body shame her.
With busy summer schedules, I'm needing fast dinners to get me through the week. These easy 15-minute meals make it easy to eat healthy, even on the busiest of weeks.
These easy summer dinners pack in the protein to keep you feeling full and satisfied all evening long.
This week of simple 400-calorie dinners will help you feel your best all week long.
These delicious summery dinners use a single pot or sheet pan to keep clean up easy.
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A full month of easy-to-make recipes and helpful meal-prep tips, this healthy meal plan sets you up for weight-loss success.
These quick and easy 20-minute dinners will help you welcome the summer season, deliciously.
These delicious summery dinners use a single pot or sheet pan to keep clean up easy.
A full month of easy-to-make recipes and helpful meal-prep tips, this healthy meal plan sets you up for weight-loss success.
These quick and easy 20-minute dinners will help you welcome the summer season, deliciously.
These simple dinners for spring utilize quick-cooking ingredients, like chicken cutlets, to keep the cook time down.
These flavorful recipes use just a few ingredients in creative ways to make for a delicious and easy week of dinners.
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This week of fresh, 30-minute spring recipes makes dinner as easy as can be this week.
This easy 1,500-calorie weight-loss meal plan is specially tailored to help you feel energized and satisfied on fewer calories to lose a healthy 1 to 2 pounds per week.
I'm all about this week's simple spring dinners that strategically cook everything in a single pot or pan. 
These dinners come together in just 15 minutes and feature fresh spring flavors for a week of delicious eats.
Here you'll find everything you need to build healthy high-protein, low-carb breakfast recipes—the ingredients to use, the recipes to make and the inspiration to plan and prep your breakfasts.
Three ingredients are all you need to get these easy spring dinners on the table.
This tasty dinners feature fresh spring ingredients and clock in right around 400 calories to help you feel your best all week long.
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This healthy 1,200-calorie weight-loss meal plan for diabetes makes it easy to balance your blood sugar.
With fresh spring ingredients, these quick and easy dinners will help you eat healthy all week long.
These dinners incorporate flavors of spring, like pesto, peas and asparagus, with the comfort of soup and skillet dinners.
These easy dinners incorporate the principles of the Mediterranean diet and come together in just 20 minutes.
These satisfying dinners deliver at least two servings of protein (or 15 grams) and come together in just 20 minutes for a week of easy meals.
This week of dinners relies on the slow-cooker to do most of the leg-work.
These cozy and delicious dinners are just the thing to make when you need some comfort.