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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.
These healthy dinners are some of my favorites in the colder months. They're satisfying, while still on the light side, and deliver on the comfort I'm craving this time of year.
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I always say, the number one thing you can do for better health is to eat more fiber. And these easy 15-minute dinner make it easy to get your fill.
Whether you're newly diagnosed with diabetes, have been managing it for years or are learning to care for someone with diabetes, knowing the basics can help make it all make sense. Here's the 101 on what happens to your body when you eat and how insulin regulates glucose.
These light and healthy Mediterranean-inspired dinners will help you start the year on a positive note.
Here are the top 20-minute dinners you all loved the most in 2021.
While the focus this week is on the holiday, we do need a plan for the other days of the week. That's where this week's menu comes in handy. With easy, healthy meals leading up to the holiday, plus delicious menus for Christmas Eve and Christmas, you're covered.
In this sweet and savory appetizer, apple butter and Cheddar combine to create layers of flavor nestled within buttery puff pastry. This appetizer is impressive enough for any holiday table, but is easily made with just three ingredients.
No one will be able to tell that this stunning, festive appetizer is made entirely from premade ingredients, but it is! Puff pastry, blackberry jam and Brie combine to create a sweet appetizer that's perfect for a holiday or dinner party.
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Make this three-ingredient recipe when you want an easy, yet stunning, appetizer. Blackberry jam provides sweetness while goat cheese adds a slight tang to create a sweet-and-savory appetizer. Be sure the goat cheese is cold before you use it, so it's easier to crumble.
You need just three ingredients to make this easy, yet impressive, appetizer. Using store-bought puff pastry results in a flaky, buttery crust but without the hassle of making it yourself. Fig jam and Brie cheese top the pastry to create a stunning recipe.
With the right ingredients, it doesn't take much to create something delicious! This week of easy 3-ingredient dinners for winter will leave you seriously impressed.
Buttery puff pastry is a tasty shortcut ingredient that can be used in many delicious ways. Here we roll out a pastry sheet and cover it with fig jam and crumbled goat cheese, then roll it up into a log and bake it. The end result is a sweet-and-savory appetizer that looks and tastes impressive, especially considering it has just three ingredients.
This week of cozy, comforting dinners to welcome winter are all ready in a quick 20 minutes.
This healthy 1,200-calorie weight-loss meal plan for diabetes makes it easy to balance your blood sugar.
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.
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In this 30-day low-carb diet meal plan, we show you what a healthy low-carb diet for weight loss looks like.
We've done the hard work of planning for you and mapped out seven full days of meals and snacks to help you lose weight while following an 1,800-calorie diet.
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Here's what the actor, producer and comedian does to manage his diabetes, all while living life to the fullest.
While time is often what your body needs most to get back to feeling normal, research suggests there are some foods that may help you debloat faster. This week of easy 400-calorie dinners feature those foods to help you get back to feeling normal in no time.
You still need to make yourself dinner leading up to Thanksgiving. These 15-minute meals are as easy as can be and are on the lighter side, thanks to lots of veggies, to help you feel you best heading into the holiday.
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When you're feeling backed-up, this high-fiber chia concoction can help make your bathroom routine smoother. The chia seeds form a gel-like consistency to help move digestion along easily, and the kick of cayenne pepper acts as an intestinal stimulant.
With 14 grams of protein and coming in right around 400 calories per serving, these tasty dinners will leave you feeling satisfied all evening long.
In no time at all, you can get a healthy, cozy dinner on the table with these easy recipes.