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Brittany Chin, RD, LD

Brittany Chin, RD, LD, is an upstate South Carolina-based registered dietitian and the content marketing manager for Pure Barre Corporation. She is also past president of the Piedmont Dietetic Association and has served as the PR/social media chair for the South Carolina Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. She blogs at thehealthybachelorette.com. Follow her at BrittanyChinRD.com, and on Twitter and Pinterest.

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Zucchini Noodle Mei Fun with Chicken

Zucchini Noodle Mei Fun with Chicken

Zucchini noodles take the place of grains in this gluten-free and recipe. Tossed in a tangy sauce, it’s an easy and flavorful way to get your daily servings of vegetables.
Chicken Sausage, White Bean and Kale Soup

Chicken Sausage, White Bean and Kale Soup

With hearty, flavorful ingredients, this warm and easy-to-make soup is ideal for cold or dreary days.
Be a Preceptor, Pay It Forward

Be a Preceptor, Pay It Forward

Five years after graduating, I have come full circle. I was once the intern; today, I have mentored more than 10 students. Dietetic interns have a wealth of knowledge, skills and enthusiasm for a healthy lifestyle. It’s our job to help them shine.
Quinoa, Kale and Bacon Veggie Bowl

Quinoa, Kale and Bacon Veggie Bowl

Here is our homemade version of a wonderful dish on the menu of the Tupelo Honey Cafe in Tupelo, MS.
The Convenient Way to Bake Bread at Home

The Convenient Way to Bake Bread at Home

Baking homemade bread always sounds like a great idea until I get out my large bread maker. But the Lékué Bread Maker solves the dilemma of homemade bread.
Ginger-Teriyaki BBQ Chicken Meatballs

Ginger-Teriyaki BBQ Chicken Meatballs

Make these crowd pleasers in advance. Serve as an appetizer or on a roll.
How to Create, Test and Write a Recipe Like a Pro

How to Create, Test and Write a Recipe Like a Pro

Want to show someone a quick and easy way to make a one-pot healthy meal? Or teach them how to broil, braise or grill the dish to perfection?
Antibiotic-resistant Bacteria: Are They in Our Meat Supply?

Antibiotic-resistant Bacteria: Are They in Our Meat Supply?

Humans' overuse of antibiotics for illness is typically the first thought that comes to consumers' minds, but what about the use of antibiotics in your meat?