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Victoria Seaver, M.S., RD

Victoria Seaver is a registered dietitian and EatingWell's deputy digital editor. 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.

Who doesn't like hummus? It's an easy snack or appetizer as is, but jazzing it up with simple toppings can make it feel like a special starter. Here we top store-bought hummus with Kalamata olives and olive oil (a staple ingredient that doesn't count toward our three!) and serve with crunchy pita chips.
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There are two kinds of people when it comes to smoked fish dip—those who love it and those who haven't tried it yet! Made with cream cheese, herbs and smoked trout, smoked salmon or a mix of both, it's a creamy, savory dip that takes your appetizer table up a notch. Top it with briny capers and serve with baguette slices and you have yourself a delicious app that is sure to impress.
These easy slow-cooker dinners require just a little prep work before you can set-it-and-forget-it!
These comforting dinners also double as satisfying, so you won't be left feeling starved an hour after eating.
The last thing I want to do at the end of a busy day is a bunch of dishes. That's where these easy, dump-and-go dinners come in handy. They're easy to prep, plus they use a single vessel to cook everything, which makes clean up a breeze.
These easy 20-minute dinners are comforting, cozy and just the thing to make this week.
This vegetarian weight-loss meal plan makes it easy to eat your veggies and lose weight.
This healthy 400-calorie dinners prove that you can enjoy the comfort you crave this time of the year, without going overboard.
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As we age, hormone levels naturally shift, but apart from something like menopause, what else can we expect to experience? Read on to learn what happens to your hormones from age 20 on, plus what you can do to help support your hormones—and overall health—as you age.
This week of cozy, easy dinners will help you kick-off the fall season deliciously.
Feeling backed up? This 3-day vegetarian meal plan will help give you the relief you need thanks to fiber & fluids.
With Labor Day quickly approaching, I'm savoring these last few days of summer! These easy dinners, which are cooked in a single pot, pan or skillet, will help me do just that.
Making a delicious dinner doesn't need to be an elaborate event requiring tons of different ingredients. With the right recipe, you can easily get a crave-worthy meal on the table without all the fuss.
This week I'm cooking up these summery 20-minute dinners to help me savor these last few warm weeks.
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These quick and easy dinners leave me plenty of time to soak up the remaining days with bike rides, trips to the beach, hikes and all that fun stuff.
15 minutes is all it takes to get these easy dinners on the table.
These easy dinners prove you don't need much to make a delicious and healthy meal.
20 minutes is all you need to get these fresh and easy Mediterranean meals on the the table. Added bonus—they all clock in right around 400 calories!
A week of healthy paleo diet recipes, plus breakfast and lunch ideas to round out each day.
The last thing I want to do after a relaxing dinner is wash a sink full of dishes. This week I'm sticking to recipes that cook everything together in one pot or pan for easier clean-up.
Summers are busy which means dinner needs to be easy. This week of fast 20-minute dinners means you'll have plenty of time for after-work fun, while getting in a healthy meal.
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The last thing I want to do on a hot day is turn on my stove and heat the house up even more. That's where these easy no-cook dinners come in handy.
A satisfying dinner that doesn't leave me feeling sluggish is my ideal type of meal for warm summer nights! This week of delicious high-protein dinners that clock in right around 400 calories checks those boxes.
#CleanTok strikes again with a brilliant (and easy) way to keep your house clutter-free with a simple mantra.