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Overcoming "Last Supper Syndrome"

Have you ever decided to start a diet "next Monday" … and then spent the weekend gearing up for this upcoming diet by gorging on all of your favorite "guilty pleasures" as if every meal is your last? You are not alone.
Posted Wed., Jun. 29, 2016

1 Way to Use Joy in Your Nutrition Counseling

How many times have you worked with a client and the majority of the session is negative talk, using the words "can't" and "won't"? I think this emphasis on the negative misses something. Instead, let's start talking about joy: both of the clients and of ourselves.
Posted Mon., Jun. 27, 2016

How to Build a Fertility-Friendly Food Foundation

Struggling with infertility can be a draining and exhausting life. But here's what we know: nutrition can help. In fact, good nutrition is sometimes unconsciously neglected by many people struggling with infertility.
Posted Fri., Jun. 24, 2016

What Do You Do with Wheat Berries?

Even if you don't know it, you've likely eaten wheat berries before: whole-wheat flour is the ground form of wheat berries, while cracked wheat is wheat berries broken into tiny pieces.
Posted Wed., Jun. 22, 2016
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Summer Is the Season to Spiralize!

If you haven't gotten in on the zoodle (a.k.a. zucchini noodle) craze, now is the time. All you need are fresh vegetables or fruits, a dash of creativity, a pinch of muscle power and a spiralizer!
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Food + Recipes

The Spice Is Right! Recipes

Rosemary, cinnamon and ginger… come on down! Bright and bold flavors are achieved with the help of these and other herbs, spices and aromatics. With a dash of this and a sprinkle of that, each recipe is a winner!

Sardines Are Tiny Fish That Are Big on Flavor

With a full, rich flavor, sardines are considered by many to be the ultimate convenience food. Their appeal spans the socioeconomic ladder, enticing thrifty shoppers and food connoisseurs alike.
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Alkaline Diet: Does pH Affect Health and Wellness?

The trendiness of dietary acid and alkaline balance has waxed and waned for decades. But what does dietary alkalinity mean? And is there enough evidence to support its use for overall health, and bone health in particular?

Oodles of Noodles: 10 Versatile Asian Noodles You Ought to Know

With a history most likely beginning in Central Asia and reaching back thousands of years, it's no wonder this versatile staple is an essential part of the culinary and cultural landscape in many countries.

Aquafaba and More "Saved from the Drain" Ideas

You won't find the word "aquafaba" in the dictionary (at least for now), but some innovative chefs, creative home cooks and vegans know what it is: the cooking liquid of beans or legumes.

Spiralizers Are a New Kitchen Essential for Creating Vegetable and Fruit Noodles

If you haven't gotten in on the zoodle (a.k.a. zucchini noodle) craze, now is the time. All you need are fresh vegetables or fruits, a dash of creativity, a pinch of muscle power and a spiralizer.
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Nutrition News

Built to the Bone: Why Weight-Bearing Exercise Is Key to Strong Bones

When the topic of bone health arises, we often think of milk mustaches and calcium supplements. But what about visions of hitting the weights, jumping rope or doing pushups?

Osteoporosis Prevention throughout the Lifespan

Bone health is heavily influenced by choices we make decades earlier. Each phase of life offers a unique set of challenges and opportunities to maximize bone density or minimize bone loss.

What Is the Optimal Intake of Vitamin D?

Found in virtually every tissue and cell in the body and enabling many biological functions, vitamin D comes from three sources: food, supplements and the sun. Many are interested in its role in health today.

What Is Vitamin K's Bone-Building Potential?

While calcium and vitamin D often are thought of as the most important nutrients for bone health, vitamin K also plays a role in preventing bone loss — but to what extent?
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App Review: Foodie

Dedicated to making food photography as beautiful and appetizing as possible, Foodie provides more than 26 food-themed filters, focus options and other tools.

App Review: Video Teleprompter Lite

Read a script and record video footage from one screen using Video Teleprompter Lite. This simple app saves the video automatically and allows for easy uploading and editing.

App Review: Nom Live

Like a mash-up of Periscope, Instagram and YouTube, this food-focused live video network was designed for cooks, chefs and foodies to host their own cooking shows or tune in to watch others onscreen.

App Review: Food4Bones

With a focus on osteoporosis-friendly recipes, Food4Bones — by the National Osteoporosis Foundation — puts recipes that support healthy bones at the user's fingertips.

App Review: Lifesum

Lifesum is ideal for anyone who wants a food and fitness tracker — plus a little extra motivation.
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The Kids Menu

The Kids Menu

With "the loudest voices being critics," The Kids Menu is a call for action to communities and those who work with kids to help transform the environment our children are being raised in, in hopes to curb the childhood obesity epidemic.
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Book Review: The Dorito Effect

Book Review: The Dorito Effect

Much of The Dorito Effect is based on the premise that technology has improved agriculture in many ways, such as increasing crop yields and producing bigger livestock, but has simultaneously resulted in decreased flavor in food.
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A Pan to Make You Feel Like a TV Chef

A Pan to Make You Feel Like a TV Chef

When cooking with this nonstick, oven-safe pan, my vegetables sautéed and sizzled as if I were a TV cooking show celebrity.
Warm Tortillas in Record Time

Warm Tortillas in Record Time

If I bring an extra gadget into my kitchen, my criteria are that it can't take up too much space and it has to live up to its promise. Looking like a large, round oven mitt with a pocket, this product is designed to warm tortillas in the microwave and keep them hot for up to an hour. .
Super-Simple Skewers for Indoor Kababs

Super-Simple Skewers for Indoor Kababs

We have different diet preferences in my house (vegetarian, omnivore, low-carb), so we love recipes that let us customize without adding extra steps. Kabobs and skewers do just that!