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What Does the Dietitian of the Future Look Like?

Where is the nutrition and dietetics profession heading? In many respects, I believe it’s headed in all directions.

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Celebrate National Picnic Day! Perfect Weather Not Required

National Picnic Day is April 23, 2017. Eating dinner together as a family is something we take seriously in our house. But that doesn’t mean dinnertime needs to be serious.

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Are You Familiar with the CDC’s Diabetes Prevention Program?

This year-long lifestyle change program is designed to help individuals with prediabetes reduce their risk of developing Type 2 diabetes. It also is an immense opportunity for food and nutrition professionals.

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A Dinner-Party Ready Serving Board

With a family that loves to gather over cheese (and wine!) before a special meal, I knew the JK Adams serving board was going to be a lovely addition to my kitchen.

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Get Cracking on A Healthier Egg Salad

Here is a simple recipe template you can use to create vibrant, colorful egg salad toasts — or use the same concepts for salads and sandwiches.

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Stone Soup Vlog: Longan Chia Seed Pudding

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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3 Ingredients That Give Your Meals a Nutritional Boost

These three superfoods will boost the nutrient profile of your snacks and meals, helping you get more nutrition bang for your buck.

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Make Weekend Brunches More Fun with Crepes

In addition to the silicone molds, you can use the heated plate of this crepe maker as a griddle for frying eggs, making pancakes and cooking bacon.

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Tofu: Versatile and High in Protein

In honor of National Soyfoods Month, I wanted to write about a favorite ingredient of mine. From sweet to savory and smooth to crispy, tofu is one of the most versatile and healthful high-protein foods!

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Celebrate National Beer Day with Chocolate Stout Bread

Sure, you can kick back with a cold one at the end of the day — or you could get more creative and try baking or cooking with beer.

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Food Safety Survey Points to Continued Need for Education

Key findings in the report spotlight use of food thermometers, rates of hand-washing and an interesting new measure that looked at hand-washing after smartphone and electronics use in the kitchen.

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The Secret to Making Crispy Honeycomb Waffles

This pan isn't like a traditional waffle maker. Instead of the fluffy waffles you are used to, this kitchen gadget creates crispy, honeycomb-like treats using a sweet, egg-based batter.

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Make Your Own Sourdough Starter

Bread makes a practical edible gift, but offering someone a scoop of sourdough starter promises them a future of fresh-baked treats.

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Celebrate National Nutrition Month with International Cuisine

You don’t have to eat out to enjoy these global flavors — the truly adventurous can make them at home with a little Googling and a willing spirit.

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Little Kitchen Helpers: 5 Tips for Cooking with Kids

The benefits of involving kids in the kitchen are short- and long-term: It helps broaden their palate, cultivates an appreciation for real ingredients, builds math skills and develops confidence.

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The Right Foods at the Right Time: Circadian Rhythms and Nutrition

The circadian rhythm, or a person’s 24-hour cycle, is a relatively new piece of the puzzle to understanding the obstacles we face to achieve a healthy lifestyle.

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A Healthy Habit Shift: Drink More Water 

It’s important to drink water to maintain balance of fluids in the body, energize muscles, moisten tissues, keep skin healthy, regulate body temperature and maintain kidney and bowel function.

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Tips for a Healthful Dining Out Experience

Thinking through your options before diving in will ensure you leave satisfied, but still on track with your individual nutrition goals.

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Up Your Sandwich Game with a Cordless Panini Press

Since using this panini pan, I have retired not only my electric panini press, freeing up some much-needed counter space, but also my toaster.

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How Yoga Can Lead to a Healthier Lifestyle 

Last year, I focused on a small change when I decided to try yoga to increase my flexibility. After months of practice, I’m realizing that I’ve benefited in many other ways.

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Stone Soup Vlog: Jackfruit Larb

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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Put your Best Fork Forward with Vegetarian Nutrition Choices

Whether you are interested in eating less meat or going vegetarian or vegan, make sure to include nutritious, whole foods that you look forward to eating.

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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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