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What's Growing?

Gardening is a great way to learn where your food comes from, and encourages kids to try new fruits and vegetables, too. Join Stone Soup bloggers and grow something this summer!
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Stone Soup

Guest bloggers from around the world share
with Food & Nutrition Magazine.

The Case for Soaking Your Grains


The Past, Present and Future of the Sandwich


Peach Lemon Cream Smoothie


Make Breakfast Part of Your Morning Routine


9 Ways to Eat Healthfully at a Convenience Store


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Heroes + Inspiration

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Food + Recipes

Redefining Rabbit

Rabbits may be cute, but their rapid reproduction and growth rates, coupled with an ability to thrive on food scraps, grass and other plant feeds, make them a viable protein source with a relatively small environmental footprint.

Get Saucy Series: Ruby Red Sauces

Tomatoes and bell peppers star in what may be the most versatile and easiest sauces to make.

Get Saucy Series: Creamy Classics

The French may be credited with developing the sophisticated art of sauce making, but the midcentury rise of canned soup gave homemade sauces a reputation for fussy and dated cooking. Learn how easy it is to whip up four classic sauces.

Freshwater Fare

For much of the country, local seafood isn’t from the sea at all — it’s from regional lakes, rivers and streams.
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Food Trends

Citrus Appeal: Squeeze in Flavor and Nutrition

With roots in India and China, it’s believed that the varieties of citrus available today are ancient hybrids and crosses of just three types – citron, mandarin and pummelo. With too many varieties to name, lemons, limes and oranges are only the beginning.

Can Reviving Traditional Foods Improve Native Americans' Health?

The Tohono O’odham people have been farming and cultivating prickly pear (or I’ipai in O’odham), agave (A’ud), tepary beans (Bawi) and cholla cactus buds (Ciolim) in this dry Southern Arizona desert for centuries. The name of the tribe means “Desert People,” and bringing back local culture from farm to plate is one mission the Tohono O’odham Community Action organization has been working on since 1996.

Celebrating Snout-to-Tail

For those seeking authenticity and for food and nutrition professionals who counsel, teach or cook, the right cut of meat matters.

How to Organize a Farm Tour

Farm tours can be an excellent way to get out of the conference room, classroom or clinic and into the fields (or in other cases, urban vertical farms) for a new perspective on agriculture. Here are some tips for arranging a farm tour in your region.
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Nutrition News

Microbiome: The Garden Within

The microbial residents of our gut, skin, eyes and nasal passages collectively are referred to as the "microbiome" — and research of its role in human health is revealing surprising discoveries!

Is Fruit Juice Just Another Sugary Drink?

Some say sugar — including natural sugar found in 100-percent fruit juice — is behind the obesity epidemic, responsible for heart disease and causes cancer. Are concerns about sugar overshadowing fruit juice's positive contributions to a healthful diet? Or is 100-percent fruit juice just another sugary drink?
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Product Reviews

The Sack Lunch Gets a Makeover

As a mom, here’s what I loved about the Eco Vessel Smash Box Double Compartment Lunch Box: it’s dishwasher-safe, it’s leak-resistant and it’s easy for my kids to use. As a registered dietitian, I had even more reasons to love it.

The Dynamics of Ceramic

While a few gym sessions prior to the task of squash dissection are typically required, this Velata Ceramic Chef's Knife proved its power within one effortless slice.
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Tweets from Nutrition Experts

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View The Current Issue

The latest news and resources from the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics — the world's largest organization of food and nutrition professionals. Read More.
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More » App Reviews

App Review: Workout Trainer (Version 4.3)

The Workout Trainer app by Skimble offers thousands of multimedia workouts available on demand direct from your phone, tablet or computer

App Review: USDA DRI Calculator for Healthcare Professionals (Version 1.01)

The USDA DRI Calculator puts the Dietary Reference Intakes (DRIs) at your fingertips. This app makes it easy to calculate nutrient recommendations for clients directly from the app.

App Review: Kitchen Wizard (Version 2.1)

Kitchen Wizard recommends recipes based on what’s in your kitchen at any given time.
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More » Book Reviews

Book Review: Mind Your Body

Book Review: Mind Your Body

Taking an innovative approach to helping people live healthier, this book emphasizes mindfulness and positive thinking as key components of nutrition and fitness plans or goals.
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More » Movie Reviews

Cafeteria Man

Cafeteria Man

This 2011 documentary takes a behind-the-scenes look at the positive transformations of school food programs in Baltimore and Memphis.