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Stephanie Eckelkamp

Prevention Magazine

Allentown, PA, United States

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Past:
  • Prevention Magazine
  • The Kitchn
  • Men's Health Mag
  • Good Housekeeping
  • Runner's World
  • Women's Health Mag
  • Everyday Health
  • Bicycling Magazine

Past articles by Stephanie:

8 Healthiest Types of Breads to Eat, According to Dietitians

Many breads that claim to be "healthy" are actually high in sodium, sugar, and refined flours. Here, dietitians share how to shop for healthy breads and their top choices. → Read More

The Best Protein Powder to Choose Based on Your Health Goals

We rank the best protein powders for your smoothie based on their nutrition profiles and their ability to help you build muscle. We also suggest the best variations and our favorite brands. → Read More

My Guide for Packing a Week of Paleo (or Whole30) Lunches at Once

This comprehensive 5-step guide will teach you everything you need to know to successfully pack a Paleo or whole30 lunch for next week. → Read More

Do Multivitamins Even Do Anything? Two Experts Fight It Out.

We asked two experts for their take on the multivitamin debate—and their verdict may surprise you. → Read More

How to Make Cheddar-Bacon Dog Treats That Are Way Tastier Than Store-Bought

These homemade dog treats featuring oats, eggs, cheddar, and bacon contain no additives you might find in store-bought kinds. → Read More

These DIY Pumpkin Oatmeal Dog Treats Are So Good You Might Just Eat Them Yourself

Even pups can get in on the pumpkin action this fall! These wholesome dog treats are totally healthy and simple to make with oats, pumpkin, and peanut butter. → Read More

14 Foods With More Vitamin C Than an Orange

Sure, an orange is a good option. But these surprising picks pack in a nutrient boost, too. → Read More

6 Best Sprouted Grain Breads — And Why You Should Eat Them in the First Place

Forget whole grain. Sprouted is the new buzzword in bread and a health trend on the rise. It may help people with mild gluten sensitivities. → Read More

I Ate 3 Eggs Every Day for a Week — Here’s What I Learned

This simple morning switch can make a big difference in how you feel. → Read More

20 High-Protein Vegetables and Plant-Based Foods

Meat and fish aren't the only sources of protein. Plant-based protein like high protein vegetables legumes can also be great sources of this power nutrient. → Read More

9 Great Gardening Gloves for *Not* Getting Your Hands Dirty

We’ve rounded up top garden gloves that are the best in their class for pruning, durability, digging, dexterity, and style. → Read More

Stephanie Eckelkamp

Stephanie Eckelkamp is an associate editor for Prevention covering health, food, and nutrition. She’s a graduate of Syracuse University who's obsessed with dogs, exploring the great outdoors, and chunky peanut butter. Follow her @steph_eck. → Read More

14 of the Best Gardening Boots, Clogs, and Shoes You Can Buy on Amazon

These gardening shoes are rugged, waterproof, and pretty darn stylish too. → Read More

9 Borderline Personality Disorder Symptoms That Signal Mood Swings Are Something More

Borderline personality disorder affects 2 percent of the population. Here's what you should know about this complex—and often misunderstood—mental illness. → Read More

4 Things That Happen When You Eat Collagen Every Day

One writer details taking collagen supplements, and the health benefits she experienced. → Read More

What to Eat Before and After You Exercise

Everything you need to know about how to fuel your workout. Here’s what you should eat before your workout, after your workout, and whether you need to fuel up during your workout, too — snack ideas included. → Read More

9 Narcissistic Personality Disorder Symptoms That Signal Someone's More Than Just Self-Centered

But what does a true narcissist (someone with narcissistic personality disorder, or NPD) actually look like? Research suggests that anywhere between 1 and 6 percent of the population may have NPD, and about 50 to 75 percent of those are men. So clearly, not every self-centered jerk in your life falls into that category. → Read More

Panic Attack Symptoms — Racing Heart, Shortness of Breath & More

How to differentiate feelings of stress and anxiety from classic panic attack symptoms. Plus, how to avoid future episodes. → Read More

8 Natural Remedies for Anxiety That Calm You Down Fast

Anxiety treatments don't always involve medications. These natural remedies for anxiety teach you how to deal with anxiety on your own. → Read More

A Ranking of the 10 Most Common Store-Bought Bone Broths

We asked a self-proclaimed bone-broth enthusiast to rank the most popular bone broths on the market. Here are her picks. → Read More