Guest Contributors

Here you can find out about all of the BeeWell for Life® content contributors, and filter through blog posts from the American Diabetes Association®, and WomenHeart: The National Coalition for Women with Heart Disease, as well as Guest Bloggers. If you find an article that is particularly helpful, please post a comment to let us know, and share it with friends and family on Facebook or Twitter.

Contributor Bios
Meet Willow and Stephanie

Stephanie Clarke and Willow Jarosh are registered dietitians and the duo behind C&J Nutrition…

Meet Presley Salmon

Presley Salmon is the blogger behind She is a wife, mom, and fitness enthusiast…

Latest articles

Healthy Beach Eats

After a long winter, summer is just about here. We’re really enjoying more time outside and looking forward to spending some time at the beach! So, in the spirit of beach season, this week, we’re highlighting ways to stay healthy with your beach eats.   Below is a list of healthy and satisfying options. The key is to include foods/snacks that are packed with protein to help keep you satisfied, and veggies for nutrition and fiber, while limiting processed carbs. Use this as a packing list for your next beach outing, and enjoy yummy eats that will keep you energized…

How Do You Track Your Fitness Progress?

These days, it seems like we track everything. I bet right now many of you could tell me the exact number of steps you’ve taken and ounces of water you’ve chugged today. I don’t necessarily track either of those things, but that is mostly because I become a slave to the numbers. That crazy person walking laps around the house at 10pm to hit 10,000 steps? Yeah, that would be me.   I like to track my current fitness levels in a much more general way. Can I run around the neighborhood without wanting to crawl in a hole afterward?…

Bee Nutritious - Bloating Q&A

Bumble Bee's registered dietitian, Willow Jarosh, comes to you with another Bee Nutritious segment, answering your questions regarding how to avoid bloating. Watch the video below . . .    

In a Running Rut? Hit the Trails

While running is something that I love, I don’t always love to do it. I think with any hobby you run the risk of burnout if you don’t choose to remember what you liked about it in the first place. Recently, I all but stopped running. I didn’t want to simply “lace up my shoes”, and I certainly didn’t want to just “put one foot in front of the other”. Clichés never work for me. Change does. The “big” change I made was scenery. I realized that I was tired of running around my neighborhood. It was getting old. Running…

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