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Be Good to Your Heart on National Pistachio Day!

Science shows that pistachios boast a healthy serving of heart-healthy monounsaturated fats, and they also contain phytochemicals that serve as antioxidants and lutein to further protect your heart.

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Make a Great Choice on National Chili Day: Choose Pulses!

Why are pulses so great? They are rich in protein and fiber, high in vitamins and minerals and low in fat.

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A New Take on an Old Favorite

The Lékué Duo springform pan represents a major departure from the typical aluminum type in that none of the pan is metal.

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Stone Soup Vlog: Quick Pickles

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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Butternut Squash Arugula Pita Pizza

Aside from being delicious, butternut squash is a nutrition powerhouse! It is jam-packed with vitamins A and C and also is a good source of potassium.

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Almonds Are Not Just for Snacking

Tomorrow, on National Almond Day, heart-healthy almonds are recognized for their versatility.

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A Kitchen Scale That Pulls Its Weight

This scale is big enough to weigh a melon, but also compact and lightweight. I found it very user friendly with a sleek design that produced accurate results.

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Brewed Cacao: Your New Afternoon Pick-Me-Up?

Brewed cacao is a trendy new beverage that delivers all the benefits and decadent flavor of dark chocolate, without any of the sugar and fat, and virtually no calories.

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Italian Farro Soup

This time of year is typically bitter cold here in Chicago, so soup is on my mind, and I love the chewy texture that farro adds to this soup.

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The Relationship Between Food and Mood

Eating a healthy balance of whole foods that contain a variety of nutrients likely results in a calmer, more content and generally better mood.

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A Whisk for Nearly Every Kitchen Occasion

The cost of these whisks is on the high end, but cheaply made whisks tend to break down quickly. And, with the Rösle lifetime guarantee, your batter making, crêpe flipping, egg whipping and hot chocolate days are secured.

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What Têt, the Vietnamese New Year, Means to Me

From the loud firecrackers to playing “Uncle Bao” to the red envelopes, Têt is a lively and joyful time.

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The Dreaded Side Stitch: What Causes It and How To Prevent It

I experienced something new during my marathon training: a side stitch. As any nerdy dietitian with an education in sports nutrition and exercise physiology would do, I hit the books to research its cause and cure.

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Plan for a Healthier Diet and Lifestyle During Heart Health Month

Being more mindful of your daily routine can translate into a healthier heart.

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An Elegant, Practical Roasting Pan

You can get less expensive or larger pans, but this pan is just right for the cook who loves to roast.

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Roasted Turmeric Black Pepper Fingerling Potatoes

Fresh turmeric root carries a bolder flavor than the dried powder, and black pepper is the perfect complement to give this dish even more punch.

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6 Strategies for More Mindful Eating

The concept of mindfulness is to be aware of your surroundings and the food you eat, paying close attention to all of your senses. Staying focused increases the likelihood you are satisfied with one piece of chocolate.

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Stone Soup Vlog: Scallop Ceviche 

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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Four Knives That Get the Culinary Job Done

Inspired by ancient Japanese sword-crafting traditions, Shun knives are handmade by highly skilled craftsmen, resulting in products that are both functional and beautiful.

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Cheesy Sweet Potato Shepherd’s Pie with Mushroom-Onion Gravy

This is a healthier version of shepherd’s pie, made with sweet potatoes and loaded with other veggies.

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Challenging the Stigma of Food Assistance

If we are serious about ending child hunger in the United States and improving our next generation’s health, we must dismantle the stigma associated with food assistance programs.

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Sweet and Savory Options for National Popcorn Day

Popcorn showed up on the human culinary record about 4,000 years ago and has maintained its popular status as a healthful, gluten-free and fiber-filled snack.

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

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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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