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

How to Make a Mason Jar Salad

The steps to layering your Mason jar salad are perhaps the most crucial part of the packing process.

A Tried-and-true BBQ Sauce Recipe

This works great with chicken or fish and by changing the ingredients you can bring out a unique flavor.

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Sprouted Grains: Trendy, but Worth It?

Research on the health benefits of sprouted grains is currently limited, but preliminary data suggests that they may have some potential health benefits.

Cacao Cherry Pistachio Semifreddo: The Perfect Summer Dessert

With all of its nutrient-dense ingredients, this is a decadent and healthy treat you won’t want to miss!

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Peanut Butter Flaxseed Power Bites: 2014 USA World Cup Team Snacks

A calorie-dense snack from Danielle LaFata — registered dietitian for the U.S. men’s national soccer team.

Krill Oil: A Viable Source of Omega 3 Fatty Acids?

The newest member on the Omega 3 team is picking up a lot of steam in the media.

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Ways to Reduce Your Family's Plate Waste

We are now wasting 50 percent more food than in the 1970s, and if we cut losses by just 15 percent we could feed more than 25 million Americans every year.

How Will Sustainability Shape the Next Decade in Dietetics?

A new venture seeks to address the most critical challenges that are converging at the intersection of public health, environmental health, and the business of food.

Strawberry Rhubarb Pie Smoothie

Who can resist the idea of a pie in a glass?

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Ergogenic Aids: Do They Deliver?

Common liquids such as coffee, green tea and medium-chain triglycerides oil have gained attention as performance enhancers.

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Nutrients for Bone Health

Being proactive means doing all we can toward prevention, including evaluating our diet, lifestyle and any supplements we use.

Dear Dads: You're Important to us — Stay Healthy

As an RD, it can be hard for me to hold back when I see my dad eating in an unhealthy way — we'd all like to see our dads live forever ...

‏Blackberry Rose Water Popsicles

In these quick and easy berry‪-‬packed pops, mint makes a refreshing frozen snack even more so.

Crack an Egg for Dinner

I’m excited to write about eggs because I think they are a fabulous food for four distinct reasons.

‏What is the Best Milk Substitute?

‏Here is a brief overview of different dairy-free options and their distinct characteristics and benefits.

Have (Gluten-free) Snacks, Will Travel: Tips for Traveling on a Gluten-free Diet

As I write this post, there are officially 77 days until my family and I hit the road for our big summer adventure to Florida.

Healthy Tailgating Snacks? Game On.

Looking for a healthy appetizer that's also sure to please a crowd? Try this spin on classic seven-layer dip or a simple and flavorful hummus-guacamole hybrid

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Veggie Stir Fry Made With Millet

The rich, corn-like flavor will add a delicious je ne sais quoi to your meal.

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Is Your Job Making You Fat?

Long hours working, commuting and watching TV or playing video games for relaxation render many of us near motionless for entire days.

Three Steps to Enjoy the Not-So-Exotic Papaya

Selecting, storing and eating papayas is just as simple as eating a banana or apple.

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

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