Carrie Dennett, RDN

I'm a food lover, health writer and registered dietitian nutritionist who believes in eating for both optimal health and pleasure.

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With scrambled eggs, pasta, or roasted meat, capers bring zippy flavor and nutrients to any meal
May, 29 2019
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A new study links sugary drinks with disease. The reality is more complicated.
May, 1 2019
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Groats? Steel-cut? In a smoothie? However you eat them, oats deliver key nutrients
April, 17 2019
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Don’t listen to a controversial study. It really is OK to eat eggs.
April, 3 2019
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Giving up on dieting could be good for your health
March, 20 2019
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Aging is inevitable, but suffering may not be: Tips and tricks for staying healthy as time marches on
March, 6 2019
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Snacking on free office food? If you care about nutrition, think twice
February, 27 2019
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A plant-based diet could be better for your health — and the planet
February, 6 2019
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The latest chapter in the low-fat, low-carb debate
January, 30 2019
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What to eat — and how to feel better — during menopause
January, 23 2019
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3 common barriers to wellness — and how to beat them
January, 16 2019
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Three real-world ways to eat better in 2019
January, 3 2019
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Worried about antibiotics in livestock? Here are the facts
December, 26 2018
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Pomegranates are pretty — and good for you. Here’s how to get past that intimidating rind.
December, 12 2018
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Anti-nutrients might sound scary, but they’re not so alarming
December, 5 2018
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Grain bowls are trending. Here’s how to make your own.
November, 28 2018
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Canola oil: Friend or foe?
November, 21 2018
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10 ways to fuel your days more effectively
November, 14 2018
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Eating vegetarian is good for you and the environment, but what about a flexitarian diet?
November, 7 2018
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Banish breakfast barriers with a Mason jar
October, 31 2018
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Avoiding MSG? Look beyond the myths
October, 17 2018
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World Obesity Day won’t reduce weight stigma, but these 6 facts might
October, 10 2018
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How to stay healthy and energized during fall and winter travel
October, 3 2018
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Eating a varied diet is a good thing — except when it’s not
September, 26 2018
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Lentils for breakfast? Yes!
September, 19 2018
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5 tips for taking healthy summer habits with you into fall
September, 12 2018
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Should you eat breakfast like a prince and dinner like a pauper?
August, 15 2018
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The new generation of veggie burgers
August, 8 2018
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When buying pet food, remember that dogs aren’t humans
July, 25 2018
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Do you need to take a multivitamin?
July, 25 2018
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Can we eat our way to a healthier planet?
July, 18 2018
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The myth of the 3,500-calorie rule needs to die
June, 27 2018
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Whole grains — what’s in a name?
June, 25 2018
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Enjoying summer barbecues? Keep basic food safety in mind
June, 14 2018
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Do you need to relearn how to eat?
June, 13 2018
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FDA may downgrade claims about soy and heart health, but we should still eat tofu
June, 6 2018
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What does ‘organic’ actually mean? It’s more complicated than you think
May, 8 2018
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Should you pack probiotics like a princess when you travel?
April, 30 2018
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Why the ‘Dirty Dozen’ doesn’t mean what you think it means
April, 25 2018
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Do the benefits of fish oil live up to its hype?
April, 13 2018
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Food as medicine: moving closer to personalized nutrition
April, 4 2018
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Trying to reduce sugar? Start the day savory
March, 21 2018
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It’s time for wellness for all, regardless of weight
March, 13 2018
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What you need to know about vitamin B12
March, 7 2018
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Low-fat vs. low-carb diet? New evidence in the debate
February, 27 2018
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Cocoa: sweet dessert, or health food?
February, 20 2018
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Is the food environment killing us?
February, 13 2018
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When it comes to heart health, potassium may be just as important as sodium
February, 6 2018
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Breaking down the myth of time-restricted eating
January, 30 2018
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Diet: What’s in a name?
January, 24 2018
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