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You want to eat healthy, but don't know where to start. We've got you covered! These expert-written nutrition blogs will walk you through some eating basics, starting at the ground level to help you better understand things like fiber and protein, and give you some easy-to-follow tips about what to eat as you begin your healthy eating routine.

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Mike Levinson
Mike Levinson is a former amateur bodybuilding champion and registered dietitian who holds dual degrees in sports ...

thinkthin
Lizanne Falsetto, mother, entrepreneur and CEO of thinkproducts, created thinkThink® protein bars as a solution ...

Heather Waxman
Heather Waxman graduated from Framingham State University with a BS in nutrition and a minor in journalism. She ...

DPrestejohn
Danielle Prestejohn, NASM CPT, MS Nutrition, is a devoted CrossFitter, Group Fitness Instructor, and Health ...

vegan101girl
Lindsay Greenfield is certified in plant-based nutrition through the T. Colin Campbell Foundation and eCornell. ...

Lauren Alford
Lauren Alford is the food blogger behind MuchAdoAboutSomethin.com, who enjoys putting together creative and healthy recipes that anyone can ...

Recent Eating Basics Blogs
It's The Great Pumpkin: Recipes & More
Posted @ 6:00am ET on October 27, 2014
Blog: Diet Write
By DietWrite
Special for Diet.com by Cheryl Tallman and Joan Ahlers www.FreshBaby.com Recognized in the literary world with stories such as Cinderella, The Legend of Sleepy Hollow, and Peter, Peter, Pumpkin Eater, the pumpkin is no stranger to the spotlight. Each ...
The Scoop on Dietary Lectins
Posted @ 6:00am ET on October 27, 2014
Blog: Saving Dinner
By TheDinnerDiva
Dinner Diva: The Scoop on Dietary Lectins By: Leanne Ely Dietary lectins are most likely not on your radar screen. Not unless you're fairly heavily involved in the world of food science and/or nutrition in general, anyway. Most everyday people don't ...
Butternut Squash Barley Risotto with Lemon
Posted @ 6:00am ET on October 20, 2014
Blog: Liz Lemon Nights
By Lys Riley
I love that we as a people, all experience "firsts."  While it's great to finally flow comfortably into a yoga pose, like Warrior II, I also like to look back and remind myself of my first vinyasa class where I walked in thinking I was flexible, but oh no, ...
Sandwiches: Make Them Interesting!
Posted @ 6:00am ET on October 13, 2014
Blog: Fresh Ideas for Healthy Living
By Cheryl Tallman
Let's face it- sandwiches get boring fast. Here are some tips to help make them a little more exciting! Build a Healthy Sandwich GRAINS Select whole grain bread, sliced, pita, English muffin or tortilla. The fiber in whole grain bread will keep ...
Crock Pot Black Bean Soup
Posted @ 6:00am ET on October 6, 2014
Blog: Weelicious
By Weelicious
If you follow weelicious with any regularity, you know that I have a very intimate relationship with my crock pot -- it's like my best friend. With school starting back up, endlessly busy schedules to juggle and so on, my crock pot has been my salvation ...
A Quick Guide To Slow Cooking
Posted @ 6:00am ET on September 29, 2014
Blog: Cooking with The Bachelor Guy
By Bachelor Guy
On a recent cross country flight back from Laguna Beach, I sat next to two women who, when they found out what I did for a living, had two words to say to all guys considering cooking for themselves: Slow. Cooker. My response? No guy in his right mind ...
Smart Weight Loss: 9 Helpful Hints
Posted @ 6:00am ET on September 29, 2014
Blog: Get Your Act Together
By Frank Addleman
Before you start a weight-loss program, be sure of these things. First, you want to do it for yourself, not for someone else. Second, plan to make a lifestyle change. Obviously, your present lifestyle got you where you are now. Don't think short term, ...
Whole Grains: The Whole Truth
Posted @ 6:00am ET on September 22, 2014
Blog: Fresh Ideas for Healthy Living
By Cheryl Tallman
Whole grains are exactly what their name implies. The grain is left in its whole, originally harvested state. It is not cracked, crushed, rolled or cooked down; otherwise known as processed or refined. A whole grain is more nutritious than a processed ...
5 Small Bites: Making Positive Life Changes
Posted @ 6:00am ET on September 15, 2014
Blog: Vital Health with Patty James
By PattyJames
A new season is approaching, with all that "new" suggests. Perhaps you envision new work endeavors, stronger family ties, and convictions to be more involved with community this season. Maybe you resolve to become a healthier person. Whatever your goals ...
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