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Have Your Cake and Eat It, Too!

Fruits and vegetables take center stage in these indulgent desserts that are sure to satisfy the sweetest sweet tooth.


Stone Soup

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Attention RDs: Apple is Up to Something

Lemon Thyme Roasted Broccoli

How Dietary Needs Change with Age

Pear-powered Vanilla Smoothie

Nutrition for a Breastfeeding Mom

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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.

Cooking with Fruit

Although most fresh fruits are considered at their best when raw, cooking can intensify flavors and create appealing textures, especially in unripe fruit.

Get Saucy Series: Healthy Yogurt Sauces

If velvety béchamel sauce suits French food, tangy yogurt sauces befit Mediterranean cuisines.

7 Tips for Pairing Oils

Intimidated in the oil aisle? Fear not! With the knowledge of six common oils, you'll know exactly what to do.

Food Trends

Kitchen Scale: It Really Measures Up

Despite the nostalgic image of bakers who "just know what to do," baking is an exact science. Kitchen scales help eliminate inaccuracies which can ruin a recipe.

Ayurveda: India's 5,000-Year-Old Diet and Wellness Plan

For more than 5,000 years, ayurveda - a sacred system that unites natural elements, spirituality and diet - has been practiced to promote wellness in India. So why is it gaining popularity today?

Does Shelf-tag Nutrition Profiling Clarify or Confuse?

Supermarket chains across the country are rolling out their own profiling systems—many in the form of shelf-tag programs—to help shoppers identify healthy foods.

The Mandoline: Power of Precision

This slicing and cutting machine is a workhorse in the kitchen, saving cooks and chefs valuable time with near-perfect results.

Nutrition News

Lost in Translation: When Your Recipe Goes Global

What to keep in mind when preparing and sharing recipes for an international audience.

Besting Breastfeeding Bullies: A Case for Supporting, Not Shaming

Has the "breast is best" mantra gone too far in perpetuating these feelings among women who cannot, or choose not, to breastfeed?

Product Reviews

Mortar and Pestle: A Key for Grinding Spice Blends at Home

While the mortar and pestle isn't as ubiquitous as the oven or blender, it now has its place in my kitchen for special recipes that deserve a pop of flavor from fragrant herbs and spices — which happen to be jam-packed with antioxidants.

Bake a Casserole While Walking the Dog

Casseroles are great for busy home cooks. Prep one the night before, pop it in the oven when you get home from work, take the dog for a walk. By the time you get back, dinner's ready to go!

Tweets from Nutrition Experts

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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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App Review: Hyperlapse

A creative outlet to channel the need for speed, Hyperlapse transforms real time footage into time-lapse videos.

App Review: Steller

Steller lets you tell a story with a blend of pictures, video and text directly from your mobile device.

App Review: Before I Eat, Moment in the Zone

Before I Eat, Moment in the Zone provides a collection of audio sessions and other resources designed to encourage mindful eating.

More » Book Reviews

Book Review: The Microbiome Diet

Book Review: The Microbiome Diet

The Microbiome Diet does a good job of explaining the roles of gut bacteria, pre- and probiotics and the importance of mindful eating on health. However, it downplays personal responsibility.

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.