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Stone Soup

Guest bloggers from around the world share with Food & Nutrition Magazine.
Butternut Squash Arugula Pita Pizza

Butternut Squash Arugula Pita Pizza

Aside from being delicious, butternut squash is a nutrition powerhouse! It is jam-packed with vitamins A and C and also is a good source of potassium.

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Almonds Are Not Just for Snacking

Almonds Are Not Just for Snacking

Tomorrow, on National Almond Day, heart-healthy almonds are recognized for their versatility.

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A Kitchen Scale That Pulls Its Weight

A Kitchen Scale That Pulls Its Weight

This scale is big enough to weigh a melon, but also compact and lightweight. I found it very user friendly with a sleek design that produced accurate results.

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Student Scoop

A guest blog written for students members of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics.
Stay Hydrated with Your Own Infused Water Concoctions

Stay Hydrated with Your Own Infused Water Concoctions

While drinking water in any form of water is more beneficial than choosing a soda, there is a way to drink delicious flavored water without consuming additives!

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Virtual Reality: The New Frontier in Dietetics?

Virtual Reality: The New Frontier in Dietetics?

Virtual reality is fun, but is it practical? The answer is yes!

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5 Tips for Coping with Stress During Your Dietetic Internship

5 Tips for Coping with Stress During Your Dietetic Internship

Take the time to care for yourself and enjoy your internship along the way.

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The Feed

Covering the intersection of nutrition, information and technology.
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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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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