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Everything but the Grill

Ready for Memorial Day? Our registered dietitian nutritionist-approved recipes, tips and kitchen tool reviews will have you set for the perfect healthy barbecue.
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Guest bloggers from around the world share
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9 Ways to Eat Healthfully at a Convenience Store

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Seasonal Succotash

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Summer Grilling Season Has Arrived

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Vegan Grilled Pineapple Spears

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10 Tips to Stay Hydrated This Summer

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Food + Recipes

Savor: Clams

Found along the East and West Coasts of the U.S., both hard- and soft-shell clams are mildly salty and have a soft, chewy texture.

Savor: Grapefruit

This tropical fruit, named because it grows in grape-like clusters, comes in several varieties with flesh color influencing its nutritional qualities and benefits.

Savor: Slaw Salads

While there are countless coleslaw variations, two of the universal ingredients are cabbage and carrots.

Edible Seaweed

No question about it, seaweed is a nutritional powerhouse.
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Food Trends

Are Bugs the New Beef?

Entomophagy (the practice of eating insects) still elicits disgust from most North Americans and Europeans. But our aversion is far from universal. Various types of insects are an important food source — as well as a delicacy — for close to a third of the world’s citizens.

The Art of Influence

Everyone knows most people should eat more fruit and vegetables. The question is, how do we get people to do it? Does behavioral economics have the answer?

Powered by Vegan: Must-Knows for Sports Nutrition

Vegan athletes are fast, strong and stiff competition for their omnivore counterparts. Find out how to help vegan athletes fuel for their sports.

Cooking Up Culinary Travel: Activities That Add Spice to Your Travels Both Near and Far

Whether it's an international immersion trip or a day tour in your own city, food excursions have become popular for both personal leisure and professional development.
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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 Convenient Way to Bake Bread at Home

Baking homemade bread always sounds like a great idea until I get out my large bread maker. But the Lékué Bread Maker solves the dilemma of homemade bread.

No More Jar Opening Tricks

I have tried every “DIY” Internet trick for hard-to-open glass jars — and learned the downside to each of them. Now, it’s Vacu Vin Jar Opener to the rescue!
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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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More » App Reviews

App Review: Kitchen Wizard (Version 2.1)

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

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: 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
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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.