Amy is a health reporter and writer with extensive experience covering health conditions, fitness, mental health, and nutrition. She also writes about outdoors and travel. In addition to Health, her work has been published in SELF, Cosmopolitan, LIVESTRONG, Martha Stewart Living, Women’s Health, Outside, and more. In her spare time, you can find her hiking in a local park, experimenting with a new recipe, renovating her fixer-upper home, or trying to keep her succulents alive. Amy is also a certified personal trainer with the American Council on Exercise (ACE).
Melanie Rud is a Chicago-based beauty writer and editor with over 13 years of experience in the industry. After graduating with degrees in journalism and English from New York University, she spent several years in New York City, working as a beauty editor at several prominent publications, including Shape, Health, and Good Housekeeping. She now contributes to numerous national and regional print and digital outlets. Additionally, Melanie appears on television as a beauty and lifestyle expert, and also consults and provides editorial services for many major beauty companies. Follow her at @melrud_ for lots of beauty content (and gratuitous photos of her dog, George).
Alexis Jones is a senior editor at Health magazine where she writes and edits across several sections, including The Share, Body and Mind, and Life. She enjoys reporting on mental health, racial and ethnic disparities in health care, and chronic conditions. She currently serves on the ASME NEXT Board of Directors. And her previous bylines include Women’s Health, Prevention, Marie Claire, and more. Alexis graduated from the University of Virginia with a degree in English and media studies and also has a master’s in journalism from Syracuse’s S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications. When she’s not editing, you can find her watching Jeopardy, learning a new TikTok dance, or eating pasta.
Ready to fire up the grill this summer? This turkey burger has fewer calories than a traditional beef burger, but it packs just as much flavor. Top it with a grilled onion and boost your vitamin C intake for the day. Watch this video for a demonstration of the recipe.