These top nutrition experts offer advice on weight loss and healthy eating.
Let’s face it: Whether you’re trying to lose weight, plan meals for your family or grab breakfast on the go, eating healthy isn’t always easy. Luckily, these top nutrition experts -- including leading doctors, registered dietitians and chefs -- are here to help take the guesswork out of healthy eating.
Lisa Leake is a wife, mother, foodie and blogger. On her blog, 100 Days of Real Food, she chronicles her family’s journey as they seek out the real food in our processed food world. What started as a simple pledge has turned into a valuable and practical resource that’s now read by millions around the globe.
Nutritionist Shereen Jegtvig has been a freelance writer for About.com’s Guide to Nutrition since 2004. During her 16 years of clinical practice, Jegtvig saw how eating nutritious foods affected her patients' well-being every day. Realizing that she needed to reach a larger audience, she left her practice and began writing.
A phenomenon in the world of food, Jamie Oliver is one of the world's best-loved television personalities and one of Britain's most famous exports. Oliver has had huge success in television, inspiring people to spend more time in the kitchen and even to start growing their own food.
With a medical degree from Harvard University and years of experience practicing natural and preventive medicine, Dr. Andrew Weil serves as founder and director of the Arizona Center for Integrative Medicine at the University of Arizona Health Sciences Center as well as clinical professor of medicine, professor of public health and the Lovell-Jones professor of integrative rheumatology.
Lisa Lillien is a New York Times bestselling author and the creator of the Hungry Girl brand, which started in 2004 as a daily email subscription service about eating healthy. Today, in addition to writing to her million-plus subscribers, Lillien hosts the television show Hungry Girl, which airs on the Food Network and Cooking Channel, and writes a weekly column for Weight Watchers.
To eat healthy, pick foods that are the colors of the rainbow, and watch your portion sizes. Eating foods that are colorful-red apples, orange carrots, yellow squash, green salad, tomatoes, blueberries and purple eggplant-helps yo...u add fruits and vegetables to your diet. More