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MyDomaine: How a Nutritionist Avoids Holiday Weight Gain (Without Skipping Dessert)

I was interviewed for this piece on MyDomaine, along with my writing partner Silvia Barban, about how to avoid weight gain during the holidays: During the holidays, it can seem like hearty, flavorful meals and healthy dishes exist in different spheres. If you’re craving traditional dishes like stuffing and mashed potatoes, you’ve got to put your diet […]

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Cosmopolitan: 9 Things Nutritionists Say You Should Eat Less in 2018

I contributed to this article for Cosmopolitan about what we should eat less of in 2018: Soda gets a bad rep for its high sugar content, but emerging science suggests diet soda made with artificial sweeteners is no better, since the stuff may be linked to a reduced sensitivity to sweets and lead to greater […]

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7 Weird Things You Had No Idea Can Cause You To Have High Cholesterol

I contributed to this article about the causes of high cholesterol for Bustle: “There are external and modifiable risk factors that increase the likely hood that someone may develop elevated lipids such as poor diet (excessive intake of refined carbohydrates, added sugars, and saturated fats),” Maya Feller, MS, RD, CDN, CLC, registered dietitian nutritionist, tells […]

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Bustle: 4 Reasons Your Body Might Not Tolerate Meat Properly

I was consulted for this article on Bustle about meat allergies and the reasons our bodies react to meat. Finally, it’s possible that you might be straight up allergic to meat, which is a whole other issue. Maya Feller, MS, RD, CDN, CLC of Maya Feller Nutrition, tells Bustle that while meat allergies are rare, […]

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Reader’s Digest – 2018 Food Trends You’ll Definitely Want to Try

I contributed to this Reader’s Digest article on food trends for 2018 Middle Eastern food is a favorite of health experts because it’s known for keeping the body healthy and helping with cardiovascular problems. So what does it entail? “Think spices like harissa, cardamom, and za’atar and dishes like shakshuka, grilled halloumi, and lamb. Other […]

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New York Post: Trendy coffee shops are now adding oat milk to your brew

I offered my thoughts on the latest trend of coffee shops adding Oat Milk to their selection of non-dairy alternatives in this article for the New York Post. “I really can’t find anything negative about it,” says registered dietitian Maya Feller. She likes that Oatly has no added sugar, no cholesterol and relatively low sodium […]

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Reader’s Digest: 10 Yummy Ways to Sneak More Spinach into Your Day

I was asked to contribute to this article for Reader’s Digest about how to make sure you get more Spinach in your diet. Whip up a yogurt dip Make this tasty snack to enjoy with vegetables or chips “Combine the following in a bowl: 1 cup plain yogurt, 2 cloves fresh garlic, diced, 1 tablespoon […]

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Thanksgiving ‘pre-tox’: How to eat healthy this week and Thanksgiving Day

Good Morning America asked me to for tips on how to do a Thanksgiving “pre-tox,” a healthy eating “detox” leading up to the traditional Thanksgiving meal, so you don’t feel badly enjoying your family’s favorite side dish and dessert.  The article offers a ton of tips, including: How to eat the week before Thanksgiving Don’t skip […]

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Does Sugar Affect Tumor Growth? Maya in Bustle

Maya was interviewed for the article on Bustle: Does Sugar Affect Tumor Growth? This Study Says Yes, But Here’s Why You Shouldn’t Swear Off Your Favorite Treats: Let’s all take a deep breath, regroup, and turn to an expert for their take on all of this. For instance: Registered dietitian and nutritionist Maya Feller can’t deny […]

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Beyond the scale: How to beat bloating

All right, Eva, thank you. To our series “Beyond the scale” and this morning we’re showing you how to win the battle of the bloat. Our nutrition dream team is here. Senior medical contributor Dr. Jennifer Ashton and dietitian Maya feller. We have your attention. Let’s fight the bloat here. Why do we experience this? […]

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Tips to save time — and money — by preparing breakfast the night before

Registered dietitian and nutritionist Maya Feller appeared live on “Good Morning America” to show tips on how to save time — and money — by preparing healthy breakfasts the night before. Feller shared her unique recipes for oatmeal, rice pudding, and homemade breakfast bars that are loaded with healthy ingredients. Starting the day with a […]