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Guest bloggers from around the world share with Food & Nutrition Magazine.

Six Recipe Modification Strategies for a Healthier Diet

Here are some tips to reduce calories and fat and boost fiber in your meals.

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Kids at the Table? Serve Them a Rainbow

Kids who are excited by the visual appeal of foods are more likely to taste whatever is served to them.

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Going Green with a High-protein Diet

Beyond the weight loss benefits, soy-based interventions improved total and LDL cholesterol, whereas a meat-based diet did not.

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The Common Denominators of a Healthy Diet

Beware the trap of focusing on what you don't eat, and instead of being thoughtful about what you do eat.

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They're Not All Bad: Healthy Carbs to Try in 2015

Glucose, which is the building block for carbs, is the main source of energy for the brain and many other vital organs in the body.

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Quinoa, Kale and Bacon Veggie Bowl

Here is our homemade version of a wonderful dish on the menu of the Tupelo Honey Cafe in Tupelo, MS.

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Tips for Managing Seasonal Affective Disorder

If packing up and moving south isn’t in your immediate plans, there are a few things you can do to alleviate the symptoms of SAD.

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Become a Morning Person With These Eight Strategies

A study published earlier this year found that individuals who consider themselves morning people perceive themselves as happier and healthier.

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Honey Cashew Bites

With only two ingredients, this one-bowl recipe is fun to make with kids or friends.

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Bake Fresh Sourdough Bread at Home

Baking bread is a wonderful stress reliever, especially if you take time to knead the dough by hand.

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Recipe-following Tips for International Cuisine

You can always jazz up your meals by making authentic recipes from other countries.

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Persimmons Pack a Vitamin C Punch

These shiny orange fruits offer variety to your seasonal winter fruit repertoire.

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Add to Your Health with These Inflammation Fighters

Put these anti-inflammatory foods on your weekly grocery list.

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Cooking Matters: Nutrition Education at the Store

Giving store tours has been such a remarkable experience, and I hope they become much more common.

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Creamy Posole Casserole

This recipe simmers the hominy in a spicy tomato sauce, then adds chiles and toasted pumpkin seeds to round out the flavor.

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Implement, Track and Adjust for 2015 Business Success

Maybe this is the year to make a change and figure out a way to make something different, something better, actually happen.

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A New Twist on Pizza

If you need reasons to use cauliflower as your pizza crust, just take a look at the nutritional benefits.

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Get Back on Track in the New Year with a Healthier Diet and Lifestyle

Avoid the notorious yo-yo effects of your weight control efforts once and for all.

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Radicchio: The Other ‘Green’

Nutritionally rich, this chicory family member has several distinguishing health benefits that set it apart from typical salad greens.

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Fitting Exercise Into Shorter Days

With short days and colder weather it can be easy to go into hibernation for the winter.

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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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