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Stone Soup

Guest bloggers from around the world share with Food & Nutrition Magazine.
Tips for a Healthful Dining Out Experience

Tips for a Healthful Dining Out Experience

Thinking through your options before diving in will ensure you leave satisfied, but still on track with your individual nutrition goals.

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Up Your Sandwich Game with a Cordless Panini Press

Up Your Sandwich Game with a Cordless Panini Press

Since using this panini pan, I have retired not only my electric panini press, freeing up some much-needed counter space, but also my toaster.

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How Yoga Can Lead to a Healthier Lifestyle 

How Yoga Can Lead to a Healthier Lifestyle 

Last year, I focused on a small change when I decided to try yoga to increase my flexibility. After months of practice, I’m realizing that I’ve benefited in many other ways.

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Student Scoop

A guest blog written for students members of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics.
Asking the Government to Put Its Best Fork Forward

Asking the Government to Put Its Best Fork Forward

Every March we celebrate National Nutrition Month and the importance of nutrition education. It's important to make sure that we get community leaders involved in spreading our message.

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Three Delicious Variations on Homemade Waffles

Three Delicious Variations on Homemade Waffles

Start with a fiber- and vitamin-rich whole-wheat waffle, and build on that by adding different flavors to the batter and protein-rich toppings like nuts or legumes.

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Need Inspiration? Step Out of Your Comfort Zone

Need Inspiration? Step Out of Your Comfort Zone

By allowing yourself to step away from the books now and then to remember the reasons that brought you to dietetics, you can find inspiration to make a bigger impact.

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The Feed

Covering the intersection of nutrition, information and technology.
Putting 'You' in Usability

Putting 'You' in Usability

This is the heart of usability: Can users of a product or service find what they need, when they need it, and is it a pleasurable experience or one of dread?

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What Happens When Automation Isn't an Option?

What Happens When Automation Isn't an Option?

Technology has made us reliant on automation to run processes and care for patients. It is when we lose these tools that we realize how much we rely on them.

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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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