Brittany Wright

Writer, Registered Dietitian, Certified Yoga Teacher

Brittany is a dietitian, writer, and adventurer. With experience in wellness consulting, acute care nutrition, as well as geriatric and end-of-life nourishment, Brittany has honed a simple food philosophy for all:

Eat real food, slowly, with good people.

Outside of the nine to five job as a registered dietitian, Brittany enjoys exploring the mountains of Colorado with her husky puppy, Nieve. Follow their adventures here.

Acid reflux is a common condition. Medication to treat symptoms is a common treatment, but there are also seven natural steps that you can take to help manage your acid reflux.Read More
Could your favorite sauces and toppings be undoing your health goals? Learn about the ingredients lurking in your condiments, and discover some healthier alternatives for flavoring your foods.Read More
Your food choices affect your carbon footprint. From selecting your food, to cooking it, and to disposing of it, there are concrete actions that you can implement to help protect the planet from global warming.Read More
When you consider practicing nonviolence, or ahimsa, you may think of big categories of harm (such as war), but the avoidance of harm can be applied to something as commonplace as your daily diet.Read More
Genetically modified organisms (GMOs) are common in your local grocery store. Is that good or bad? Maybe a little of both. Learn the science behind GMOs and how you should change (or not change) your diet.Read More
A daily multivitamin is a part of daily life for one-third of Americans. Are you healthy because you take vitamins or do vitamins make you healthy? Learn about the benefits and risks of multivitamins.Read More
Enjoying the leafy green vegetables of spring does more than just brighten up a heavier winter diet. Leafy greens help your body detox, provide micronutrients, and are rich in phytonutrients. It’s time to eat your greens!Read More
Breathing is among the most basic of all human functions. But the mind-body health benefits of deep breathing demand your attention and action.Read More

Spring is traditionally a time of renewal. The air gets warmer, plants form new buds, animals return from their wintertime retreats, and many embrace the urge to thoroughly clean their homes. Typically, spring cleaning includes a focus on the things you see daily—the cluttered drawers, dusty...Read More
As winter turns to spring, your diet needs to get a “spring cleaning,” too. The heavier and calorie-dense foods that kept you warm in winter now shift to crisp and light foods to offset moist and oily Kapha properties.Read More

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