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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

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?

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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Perfect, No-Mess Pancakes

I was intrigued by the promise of “pancakes with no accidental spills” from Whiskware’s Batter Mixer. I hoped it would be a kid-friendly tool.

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5 Tips to Curb — Or Embrace — Emotional Eating

Many people think emotional eating is a shameful habit, but not all examples are problematic. Food is meant to be pleasurable and not all eating has to be “perfect” and out of hunger.

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RDNs and Telemedicine: What Does the Future Hold?

Registered dietitian nutritionists have been using telenutrition to reach patients and clients in rural areas for several years, but growth has been slower than our physician colleagues for several reasons.

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Sweet Pickled Rhubarb

Apple cider vinegar, ginger, pickling spice and whole cloves make super-tart rhubarb perfectly sweet and crunchy with a hint of spice.

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Almond Butter Yogurt Bark

A delicious frozen treat combining almond butter and Greek yogurt, topped with wild blueberries, almonds and matcha green tea.

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7 Tips for Growing Safe Sprouted Grains

When sprouting at home, it is important to keep in mind some quick tips to limit the growth of harmful bacteria during the process.

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Medical Mission Trips Can Bring Unique, Helpful Perspectives

Working in an international clinic provided me with the opportunity to work with patients from another country and learn first-hand about health care in Belize.

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Dandelion Jelly

We drizzle this over pancakes, peanut butter sandwiches, plain yogurt or even stir it into no-bake energy balls. It’s tasty almost any place you’d use honey.

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Fudgy, Silken, Sous-Vide Style Eggs, Coming Right Up!

I was curious to see how the Sansaire compared to other brands of sous vide machines — what bells and whistles would stand out?

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Address Dietary Preferences with a DIY Dinner Party

Taking individual needs into account allows everyone to thoroughly enjoy one of life's true pleasures — eating with friends.

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What Type of Eggs Should You Buy?

Brands today use trendy phrases to get your attention and imply a healthier product inside the shell — but is it really?

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It's Almost Summer: Your Local Food Assistance Program Needs You

The highest need for food donations occurs during the summer months because of the large participation gap between the National School Lunch Program and the Summer Feeding Program.

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Cooking with the Power of the Sun

When you live in the desert Southwest, there are no shortage of sunny days. One way to make the most of all the sunshine is to cook with it!

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Turmeric and Ginger Pickled Cauliflower

Though dietitians are known to push as much color as possible onto the plate, cauliflower deserves a pass on that rule.

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Stone Soup Vlog: Tomato Poached Swordfish 

In this monthly vlogging series, Stone Soup blogger Celestina Brunetti demonstrates recipes using ingredients featured in the most recent issue of Food & Nutrition Magazine.

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Grape Cheese Balls

The cheese ball's magnificent array of cheese, herbs, spices and nuts holds a soft spot in my heart. But a huge hunk of cheese slathered on crackers isn’t exactly considered a healthy appetizer option.

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Tips and Tricks for Better Self-Care

It can often feel like there is so much to get done each day that we don’t always take care of ourselves. But the benefits of finding time for yourself are many.

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Roasted Lemon Pepper Asparagus

Goodbye, boring vegetables! This roasted asparagus is simply seasoned, yet guaranteed to impress your dinner guests. 

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Take a Break from the Scale — and Be Healthier Because of It

If you know that the number will impact the way you feel about yourself, then your relationship with the scale isn’t exactly a healthy one.

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