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3 Five-minute Pumpkin Recipes

Real pumpkin, whether fresh or canned, adds a pinch of authenticity to any recipe.

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Diabetes-Friendly, Heart-Healthy Foods

People with diabetes must make food choices that support the heart as well as help to manage blood sugar.

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Going Vegan? Pay Attention to These Nutrients

Did you know we’ve been celebrating World Vegan month? November is an entire month dedicated to meat-free, kind-to-animals cooking and eating!

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Tips (and a Recipe!) for a Gluten-free Thanksgiving

Fortunately, many foods served at a traditional Thanksgiving dinner are naturally gluten-free.

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7 Ways to Add Natural Color to Food

Before you take a bite or sip of that brightly colored delight, here’s some news to chew.

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Creamy Pumpkin and Apple Soup

This soup totally hits the spot for a warm lunch or dinner during the fall months.

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Finding Your Happy Weight

“You’re not going to weigh me?” That’s the phrase I hear almost every time I see a new client for weight loss.

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Spicy Sausage and Goat Cheese Farro Stuffed Acorn Squash

There is no better way to describe the essence of this recipe other than it tastes like autumn without involving pumpkin.

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5 Tips to Create Healthier Slow Cooker Meals

What makes a slow cooker meal a healthy one? Lots of vegetables, lean meats or proteins and lots of flavor.

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Fig Week: Four Types & What To Do With Each

This is the perfect time of year to explore the great varieties and applications of this flavorful fruit.

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Pears: The Forgotten Super Fruit

Packing 5.5 grams of fiber in a 100-calorie portable package, they don’t disappoint in the nutrition department.

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Kids Not Eating Vegetables? Is It the Texture?

I’ve heard complaints from kids that their foods are too cold, creamy, soggy, crunchy, mushy or gritty.

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Cookie Dough Greek Yogurt

Enjoy this recipe as a night cap or after a workout since it is super quick to whip up while providing quality nutrition.

Chefs are Embracing MyPlate

Wow, could it be that this simple graphic is reaching chefs in a way that the Pyramid never did?

Your Internship: Finding Calm Amidst the Chaos

All programs have one thing in common: Each program will test and challenge you in ways you were not expecting.

Chocolate Cherry Hazelnut Oatmeal Cookies

We love baking at home because we know exactly what we’re putting into the recipe, and subsequently, our bodies.

Attention RDs: Apple is Up to Something

The company might just surpass its late co-founder if it can succeed with its plans to enter the health-information industry.

Lemon Thyme Roasted Broccoli

If you have picky eaters at home when it comes to vegetables, try roasting them.

How Dietary Needs Change with Age

As we grow older, our body requires the same amount of protein, vitamins and minerals as it always has, if not more.

Nutrition for a Breastfeeding Mom

With some pre-baby planning and smart shopping, energy and milk supplies can be better for mom and baby.

Pear-powered Vanilla Smoothie

This smoothie makes for a delicious way to introduce lasting energy into your day.

Effective Ways to Promote Real Food (Especially to Kids)

So many people, far too many people, still don’t get it. What you eat matters — to the environment and planet and to the future of our country.
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Stone Soup is a guest blog written by members of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. Content — including information, recipes and views expressed — is that of the authors and does not reflect the positions or policies of Food & Nutrition Magazine or the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. Bloggers are required to pledge they will not write for Stone Soup on topics, companies or trade organization they currently represent or have represented at any time.

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