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Guest bloggers from around the world share with Food & Nutrition Magazine.
Sweet and Savory Options for National Popcorn Day

Sweet and Savory Options for National Popcorn Day

Popcorn showed up on the human culinary record about 4,000 years ago and has maintained its popular status as a healthful, gluten-free and fiber-filled snack.

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An Espresso Maker for Those On the Go

An Espresso Maker for Those On the Go

What to do when you’re off on an adventure but need coffee? This little espresso maker is the answer to your coffee-on-the-go needs.

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Increasing Enjoyment of Modified Texture Diets

Increasing Enjoyment of Modified Texture Diets

Modified texture diets don’t have to be boring! Health care practitioners and foodservice companies are putting more effort into improving the pureed experience with molds, creative recipes and a focus on flavor.

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Student Scoop

A guest blog written for students members of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics.
4 Ways to Sneak in Extra Veggies

4 Ways to Sneak in Extra Veggies

We need to find new ways to add fruits and veggies to our daily routines. Here are my favorite ways to increase produce intake.

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Sweet Potato Chocolate Frosting

Sweet Potato Chocolate Frosting

You need chocolate frosting. You also need to eat your vegetables! This chocolate frosting, which also happens to be low-fat, vegan and soy-free, has you covered on both fronts.

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How Kitchen Organization Can Help You Reach Your Health Goals

How Kitchen Organization Can Help You Reach Your Health Goals

Whether you just started your journey to good health or are a seasoned pro, here are some simple actions you can take to help you reach your goals.

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The Feed

Covering the intersection of nutrition, information and technology.
Is That App OK for My Kids?

Is That App OK for My Kids?

With today's children getting their first smartphone at an average of 10, parents need to be more vigilant than ever. As an RDN, you might be asked for recommendations for a child looking to learn about nutrition through an app, game or website. Before that happens, do a little research.

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Free Yourself from Free-Text Documentation

Free Yourself from Free-Text Documentation

For clinical nutrition managers, eliminating free-text means less time spent reading misspellings, syntax errors or overlong entries while doing chart reviews. Plus, you can make a stronger case that your department is contributing to quality measures and making diagnoses codes easier to capture for billing.

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How Hybrid Classrooms Change the Game

How Hybrid Classrooms Change the Game

Hybrid classes are a fusion of online and traditional in-seat formats. Having taught both online and in-seat classes, I liked the idea of combining the best parts of each.

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