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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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Beth Aldrich is the author of the upcoming book, Real Moms Love to Eat (Penguin NAL, January, 2012), a Health & ...

Jimmy Smith
Jimmy Smith, MS, CSCS is a fitness expert who caters to women desiring fat loss and tighter abs. He specializes ...

Deirdre Riley
Deirdre Riley is a registered dietitian and nutrition consultant who specializes in wellness and prevention. She ...

Fitness Experts Whitney and Byron
Certified Personal Trainer, Pilates Instructor & Nutrition Counselor, Whitney Cole is your triple-threat in the fight against fat! Exercise ...

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

Laura Fuentes, MBA. Founder/CEO MOMables.com the firstschool lunch meal plan for busy parents. Laura is a writer for the Huffington Post.s ...

Recent Eating Basics Blogs
Macro/Micro Nutrients: What Are They?
Posted @ 9:00am ET on April 7, 2013
Blog: Real Moms Love To Eat
By bethaldrich
Oh Food, how we love you yet push you away; yet how we can't live without you, especially when on a diet or following a healthy eating plan. But how do we know when we're getting enough of the right stuff? When you consume a variety of fresh food and light ...
Protein Bars: The Pros and Cons Revealed
Posted @ 7:00pm ET on April 6, 2013
Blog: Fit Life with Stephen Cabral
By Stephen Cabral
I get asked this a lot... And the question usually revolves around what I think of protein bars and if they're an acceptable food replacement for a snack or meal... The only problem with this question is that it assumes all bars are created ...
Don't Be An April Fool: 6 Diet Myths
Posted @ 7:00am ET on April 1, 2013
Blog: Diet Write
By DietWrite
By Registered Dietitian and Diet.com Contributor, Shauna Schultz Be wary of the many diet myths out there this April Fool's -- they are out to get you! You hear them from friends and family, at the gym, in magazines, on your computer and on television. ...
Please Say NO to GMO!
Posted @ 6:00am ET on April 1, 2013
Blog: Saving Dinner
By TheDinnerDiva
Food For Thought: Please, for the love of all that's good and holy, say no to GMO By: Leanne Ely There are hundreds (if not thousands) of mad scientists out there right now, at this very minute, working away in labs all over the world, messing around ...
Portion Control Tips for Easter
Posted @ 4:00pm ET on March 28, 2013
Blog: Fitness & Weight Loss Tips from Malia Frey
By Malia Frey
Are you counting down the days until you can dive into your Easter basket? I understand. I'm a huge Peep fan. But I also know that the calories from chocolate and sugary sweets aren't really worth it when you realize what it takes to burn them off. For ...
Overeating: 3 Reasons It Affects So Many of Us
Posted @ 7:00am ET on March 18, 2013
Blog: Shrink Yourself
By DrRogerGould
Even in these trying financial times we are faced with an overwhelming abundance of food. Food is everywhere. Portions are huge. And it's acceptable for all of us to have a snack and beverage with us at all times. It's no wonder that so many of us ...
2 Types of Stomach Fat Explained
Posted @ 7:20am ET on March 11, 2013
Blog: Fit Life with Stephen Cabral
By Stephen Cabral
Did you know that you actually have 2 types of stomach fat? Did you also know that 1 type only really responds to a specific type of exercise in order to get rid of it? This is actually pretty interesting and explains why some people have a roll of ...
It's Easy Eating Green
Posted @ 7:00am ET on March 11, 2013
Blog: Fresh Ideas for Healthy Living
By Cheryl Tallman
The U.S. Department of Agriculture recommends Americans consume 3 cups of leafy greens weekly or about 1/2 cup each day. These vegetables thrive in the cold of winter, making now the perfect time to start getting more greens in your diet. Leafy greens ...
Beat Sugar Cravings Without Breaking a Sweat
Posted @ 8:00am ET on March 4, 2013
Blog: Saving Dinner
By TheDinnerDiva
Dinner Diva: Beat Sugar Cravings Without Breaking a Sweat By: Leanne Ely Breaking News! Sugar is not good for us! Bet you didn't know that! ;-) I'm kidding of course. Everyone knows sugar is the pits. 60 Minutes even did a big story on just how bad ...
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