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.

You may have heard about the beverage kombucha. What is it made of? Where can you find it? And, most importantly, is it good for you?Read More
Winter days are often dark as well as cold, which can affect your ability to get good sleep. Three simple changes to your routine can help your nights be full of solid, restful snoozing.Read More
Fasting is not just steeped in cultural and religious traditions, it is also backed by science as a tool for living a healthy lifestyle. Read this article to learn the benefits of fasting as well as how to do it correctly.Read More
As the saying goes, “You are what you eat.” The human body is made of trillions of cells involved in a continuous cycle of cell death and rebirth. Although genetics plays a large role in susceptibility to disease, you have an opportunity each and every day to feed your cells with vital life energy...Read More
Before finalizing your health-related goals, consider these five intentions. They will help you identify how you want your goals to make you feel and help you develop more meaningful steps to achieve your resolutions.Read More
Wine has been around for thousands of years. That fact, however, does not mean that wine is necessarily good for you. Learn how to imbibe following the guidance of Western science and Ayurveda.Read More
Coffee is the lifeblood for many, but do you know its pros and cons beyond a quick caffeine fix? Learn about its risks and benefits, and how to drink it the Ayurvedic way.Read More
Avoid the negative side effects of gorging on a Thanksgiving meal. In addition to enjoying the company of good friends or family, eat mindfully, feast in the afternoon, and stimulate your senses.Read More
Umami adds a savory flavor to food. Learn more about how this flavor is created and how to use it to add this unique taste to your recipes.Read More
Discover why pumpkin falls perfectly in line with seasonal Ayurvedic recommendations. Plus, learn about other foods that may help balance the body during the transition from summer to winter.Read More