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10 Ways to Celebrate Earth Day in your Kitchen Year-round

The Case of the Picky Eater: Gastroparesis

Deviled Eggs 3 Ways

Hot Spots to Track Food and Nutrition News

FODMAP-friendly Banana Flax Smoothie

Heroes + Inspiration

Food + Recipes

Savor: Cinnamon

A common spice in everyday cooking, particularly during the holiday season, cinnamon adds minimal calories to foods, but lends much in terms of flavor.

Savor: Root Vegetables

Root vegetables include tuberous roots and taproots, but not tubers, rhizomes, corms or bulbs. Yet this seemingly small category of vegetable offers a whole lot of variety.

Get Saucy Series: Healthy Yogurt Sauces

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

Got Non-dairy Beverage?

Soymilks and other non-dairy beverages are populating supermarket shelves.

Food Trends

Culinary Traditions of Islam

The Islamic sector is one of today’s fastest growing consumer markets, giving food and nutrition professionals the opportunity to lead in their fields and address the unique needs of Muslim Americans.

Home Canning: Fun and Frugal

Canning can make the fruits (and vegetables) of your labors last beyond the growing season—learn how to preserve the harvest safely.

The Urban Farm: A New American Frontier

City dwellers are no strangers to small-space gardening; tomato plants grow on narrow decks and kitchen gardens turn out an abundance of herbs. Now some enterprising urbanites are taking it to the next level, reclaiming vacant lots for community gardens, growing produce on rooftops and distributing fresh food to neighborhoods that need it most.

Raising Vegan Children

With a solid foundation of knowledge and careful planning, it is absolutely possible to raise healthy, happy vegan kids.

Nutrition News

Labeling Laws for GM/GE Foods

Whether or not they find the idea of genetically engineered foods distasteful, most consumers are unaware that 60 to 70 percent of the processed foods we eat already contain at least one genetically engineered ingredient.

Making Sense of the Latest Evidence on Dietary Fats

Fixating on the calories in fat and its relationship to weight may preclude a fuller understanding of dietary fat.

Product Reviews

The Gadget with a Seal of Approval

A vacuum sealer like this model made by Caso can help families — and singles too — enjoy more homemade nutritious meals.

A Kitchen Prep Helper for Those Days You Need It

I love chopping vegetables. It is probably one of my favorite things to do. However, there are some days when I just want to get it done so I can start cooking and — more importantly — eating. These are the days when the Cuisinart Mini-Prep Plus Processor comes in handy.

Tweets from Nutrition Experts

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.

More » App Reviews

Yumprint 1.1

Yumprint catalogs recipes from food blogs around the internet for display in this neat app.

222 Million Tons 1.1

A meal planning tool that delivers weekly menus and shopping lists designed to use up perishables to minimize food waste.

The Whole Pantry App 1.1.2

The Whole Pantry (TWP) app describes itself as the go-to place for health, wellness and lifestyle information.

Jelly 1.01

Jelly is the newest way to crowdsource questions on any topic using pictures.

More » Book Reviews

The Doctor’s Diet

The Doctor’s Diet

Claims to be a flexible plan to help participants lose weight, restore health, prevent disease and ultimately live longer.
The Daniel Plan: 40 Days to a Healthier Life

The Daniel Plan: 40 Days to a Healthier Life

A healthy lifestyle program based on five principles: faith, food, fitness, focus and friends.