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Wheat Has Not Changed

The book "Wheat Belly" convinced readers that modern wheat is responsible for every ailment from diabetes to weight gain to arthritis to asthma. But what if wheat hasn't really changed at all?

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Summer Corn and Herb Salad with Feta

I love corn in summer salads paired with other veggies and herbs. This salad is fresh, vibrant and just slightly sweet. Perfect for a handheld party app. Or skip the leaves and serve out of a bowl as a side dish.

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Watermelon-Tomato Gazpacho

The refreshing twist on the Spanish cold soup makes a delicious amuse-bouche served in shot glasses, appetizer served in small tumblers or main dish served with some whole wheat crostini.

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The Sneaky Thing That Might Be Causing Your Stomach Pain

For some of my nutrition counseling clients, solving their upset stomachs and bloating involved a diet change or reduction in stress. But for a few of these clients, the solution was much simpler.

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Creamy Vegan Pesto

I was making dinner for a new friend who doesn't like cheese. I thought I'd add some grated Pecorino to my dish, but found it wasn't necessary because it already tasted so robust. It's 100-percent vegan, even if you aren't.

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Sweet Orange-Glazed Brussels Sprouts Flatbread

Sometimes I end up looking in my fridge to find only Brussels sprouts and oranges. Rather, than letting this random pair go to waste, I decided to experiment!

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5 Ways to Waste Less in the Kitchen

Americans throw away half the food they purchase. Worldwide, one-third of the food produced is thrown away. Food waste, whether it occurs in the home or elsewhere, is a significant issue we can't ignore.

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Olive Tapenade

The addition of roasted red peppers gives this tapenade a sweet contrast and improves the color. Serve it with warm pita bread, spread on a cracker or toss it with pasta, tomatoes and cooked chicken.

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5 Foods to Pack in a Summer Camp Lunchbox

A child heading off to summer camp is a rite of passage — both for kids and their parents. What a parent packs in a lunchbox for their camp-goers can affect their behavior and energy level. Here are five items that should be included in your camper's lunch.

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Why You Should Be Blanching Vegetables

Even though it sounds old-fashioned, blanching is a great technique for any home cook to know. It's important for this recipe for Broccoli and Wheat Berry Salad.

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Food and Wine Pairing Made Perfectly Simple

Although I’m not an authority on wine by any stretch of the imagination, I like an occasional glass with my favorite eats, and after having spent many years visiting wine regions around the world, I do appreciate what I’ve been able to learn along the way.

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Brazil Nut Milk's Selenium Benefit

While not typically found in stores, Brazil nut milk is easy to make at home and tastes creamier and richer than other dairy alternatives.

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One Simple Tip for a Varied Diet

To be healthy, you don’t have to eat plain chicken with steamed broccoli and unseasoned brown rice every day. Instead, add variety to your meals by switching up the fruits and vegetables you choose each week.

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Ramadan Chia Seed Pudding

Ramadan 2015, which runs June 17 to July 17, will require Muslims to abstain from food and water during the longest, hottest days of the year. This recipe is a good choice to remain full and hydrated all day long.

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5 Myths about Eating Disorders

I have encountered so much misinformation and inaccurate beliefs about eating disorders. It's time to help set the record straight.

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Tuscan Ribollita Brings Me Back

While studying abroad in Italy, I became obsessed with this Tuscan Ribollita soup recipe. If you can find the key ingredient, Toscana kale (also called "cavolo nero"), try it and find yourself transported to Florence.

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Why I Ended My Family's Ketchup Ban

A couple of years ago I wrote a blog post with the headline, "Crossing Ketchup Off My Shopping List." Well, guess what? Yep, there it is, sitting on a shelf in my fridge — a bottle of ketchup.

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12 Tips for Small Business RDNs

I was seeking variety, autonomy and a big challenge, so I started my own business. And boy, have I found a challenge!

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5 Foods for Radiant Skin

How can you keep your skin looking healthy and vibrant without breaking the bank? The answer is in your diet. Here are my top foods for healthier, more beautiful skin.

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Job Interview Tips for the #FutureRDN

Today, more than half of RDNs have master's degrees, so open positions can be highly competitive. Here are my interview tips for soon-to-be RDNs, recent graduates and dietitians looking for a career change.

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Roasted Asparagus with Feta Cheese

Besides the delicious flavor combination of lemon peel and feta cheese topping the asparagus, the best part about this recipe is that it takes about 5 minutes to prep and only 10 minutes to cook!

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Make Healthier Choices at the Ballpark

Nothing says summer like watching a baseball game in person. But the snacks you enjoy at the ballpark don't have to be unhealthy.

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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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