Nutrition Expert Blogs

Confused about nutrition and eating healthy? Our nutrition expert bloggers are here to make healthy eating easy, fun and tasty! Learn eating basics and facts about nutrition, so that you can arm yourself with a nutrition plan. Read blogs about living vegetarian or gluten-free, or find new recipes written by nutritionists and healthy eating enthusiasts.

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WendiePett
Wendie Pett, a nationally recognized name in the fitness industry, is passionate about motivating and encouraging ...

HappyHerbivore
Lindsay S. Nixon is a rising star in the culinary world, praised for her ability to use everyday ingredients to ...

Maggie Moon, MS, RD
Maggie Moon, MS, RD is a registered dietitian, food lover, jazz dancer, and aspiring aerialist. She's not the food police, she's about ...

Sharon Palmer
Sharon Palmer, RD is a registered dietitian and author of The Plant-Powered Diet, which was named one of the best diet books in 2013, and ...

Camerons Healing Kitchen
Cameron Allshouse is a Health Coach, dance teacher and parent of two children. She decided to become a health coach to fulfill her passion ...

Carol Whitaker
Carol Whitaker is the author of Ridiculously Happy! The Secret to Manifesting the Life & Body of Your Dreams. Carol is a Media Expert and ...

Recent Nutrition Blogs
The Incredible Medicinal Benefits of Mushrooms
Posted @ 6:00am ET on November 2, 2015
Blog: Diet Write
By DietWrite
Guest post by Dr. Keith Scott-Mumby Have you heard about the benefits of medicinal mushrooms? In my never-ending search for whole foods that boost health, fight disease, and make me feel great, what I’ve found in regards to mushrooms has ...
77 Calorie Pumpkin Spice Latte
Posted @ 6:00am ET on October 26, 2015
Blog: Healthy Snacks with Snack Girl
By Snack Girl
Do you have any buddies who anxiously await the arrival of the Starbucks' Pumpkin Spice Latte? People love it. A Venti (20 ounces) will set you back 510 Calories! (whole milk and whipped cream included) Ummm, ouch. There is 60% of your daily value ...
Managing Your Sweet Tooth on a Diet
Posted @ 6:00am ET on October 26, 2015
Blog: Dietitian Consult
By DietitianConsult
I don't know about you, but I get a craving for something sweet almost every day. While there's nothing wrong with sweets in general, they're typically pretty high in calories and can add up pretty fast. And in general, there's nothing wrong with ...
Paleo Pumpkin French Toast Egg Muffins
Posted @ 6:00am ET on October 26, 2015
Blog: Danielle Prestejohn
By DPrestejohn
I am the worst about making breakfast in the morning. Breakfast is easily my favorite meal of the day but I would much prefer to eat it at noon than to get up early and make it. For a long time I was in a good routine of having eggs in the morning and ...
Chocolate Covered Ginger
Posted @ 6:00am ET on October 12, 2015
Blog: Healthy Living Recipes Blog
By EvanDThomas
Ginger is something of a superfood. It’s been an ancient Chinese remedy for everything including nausea, diarrhea, the common cold, congestion, upset stomach, high-cholesterol, and heart disease. Basically, we should be eating much more of it. Add some ...
The Emergency-Ready Pantry
Posted @ 6:00am ET on October 5, 2015
Blog: Everyday Healthy Eating
By Maggie Moon, MS, RD
Have natural disasters got you thinking about how prepared you might be in an emergency? It's even more important in stressful times to keep everyone well-nourished, and natural disasters often mean doing it without refrigeration. You should count on ...
Light Tuna Melt Recipe
Posted @ 6:00am ET on September 28, 2015
Blog: Healthy Snacks with Snack Girl
By Snack Girl
Tuna melts used to be a staple in my college dorm. One cup mayonnaise, a little tuna, and say the word "green" and you had lunch! As you age, you learn a few things. For example, ketchup is not a vegetable and mayonnaise should be used sparingly. Does ...
Best Non-Animal Protein Sources
Posted @ 6:00am ET on September 28, 2015
Blog: Saving Dinner
By TheDinnerDiva
Food For Thought: Best Non-Animal Protein Sources By: Leanne Ely Protein is found in each and every muscle, cell and tissue of our bodies. We need protein to repair, grow and maintain all of our cells. Almost every process in our bodies requires ...
For the Love of Peanut Butter
Posted @ 6:00am ET on September 21, 2015
Blog: Dietitian Consult
By DietitianConsult
If you ask anyone who knows me what my favorite food is, most would answer the same thing: peanut butter. It's by far my biggest weakness, and I eat it almost every single day. Peanut butter, especially the natural kind, is a healthy food option, but just ...
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