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Stone Soup

Guest bloggers from around the world share with Food & Nutrition Magazine.
Sweet and Spicy Salmon

Sweet and Spicy Salmon

This recipe is packed with omega-3 fatty acids, achieving half of your recommended fish intake for the week.

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Espresso Almond Biscotti Bites

Espresso Almond Biscotti Bites

Coffee and whole almonds pair up in these light and crunchy biscotti made healthier with less butter, as well as almond meal. A flavorful yet nutritious treat.

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Trend Alert: What’s the Deal with Ginger Shots?

Trend Alert: What’s the Deal with Ginger Shots?

Will a daily ginger shot detox your organs, kill cancer cells or melt away fat? Of course not. But ginger does have some legitimate health benefits.

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Student Scoop

A guest blog written for students members of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics.
Why We Need to be Concerned about Orthorexia

Why We Need to be Concerned about Orthorexia

Orthorexia is when one has an unhealthy fixation on being healthy.

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Tips for Working with the Food Insecure Population

Tips for Working with the Food Insecure Population

Through working with the food insecure population, I’ve learned valuable lessons about how to communicate and convey nutrition information.

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7 Ways to Add Beans to Your Diet

7 Ways to Add Beans to Your Diet

Here are just a few ways to add beans to your favorite foods, increasing the amount of protein, fiber, magnesium, potassium, folate and iron in our diets, and much more.

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The Feed

Covering the intersection of nutrition, information and technology.
The Future of Grocery Shopping is Now

The Future of Grocery Shopping is Now

Technology companies and supermarket chains are working together to reinvent the trip to the grocery store.

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Transforming Care through Data: One Patient at a Time

Transforming Care through Data: One Patient at a Time

We choose different settings to work in — hospitals, school systems, outpatient clinics, grocery stores and private practice, just to name a few — but we all serve the same purpose. The problem is, we often don’t speak the same language.

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Make Research Part of Your Professional Path

Make Research Part of Your Professional Path

The word “research” can sometimes bring fear to the hearts of practitioners, but with a little patience, perseverance and help, you can overcome this hurdle.

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