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Healthy Food Trends of 2014

January 31, 2014 Amari Thomsen

Breakfast is the new dinner, cauliflower is the new kale, and kaniwa is the new quinoa! Here are some of the new food trends expected to appear in 2014 that you won’t want to miss!

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How Much Sodium Should You Consume?

January 24, 2014 Anne Cundiff

There is a lot of talk about sodium in the media lately, as well as among health professionals. The Institute of Medicine (IOM) released a report last year about the risks of consuming too little

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Deralee Scanlon: An Energetic Career

January 24, 2014 Food & Nutrition Magazine

During her career of nearly 30 years, Los Angeles-based Deralee Scanlon, RD, has helped countless clients with adrenal, thyroid and liver problems, among others. In addition to running her practice, Beverly Glen Nutrition, she's logged

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Venison Barley Vegetable Soup

January 23, 2014 Nikki Bennett

I feel a little bad for my husband. Let’s be real — he married a dietitian and food isn’t exactly something you can avoid on a daily basis. Something my husband can freely admit is

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Balsamic & Mint Beet Salad

January 21, 2014 Maria Tadic, RD

During the winter, it can be hard to find fresh produce that's in season, of good quality and a decent price. Even though we're lucky to get asparagus, zucchini or broccoli year-round, many times you

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Traditional Japanese Ramen

January 20, 2014 Melinda Boyd

When you hear the word “ramen,” you probably cringe. I don’t blame you! It conjures up thoughts of one of the unhealthiest foods out there. Fried noodles loaded with sodium, no vegetables in sight, and

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BPAs in Canned Food: Cause for Concern?

January 14, 2014 Cara Anselmo

BPA, or bisphenol A, is a chemical used in polycarbonate plastics and epoxy resins that has come under scrutiny for potential harmful health effects. Developed as a synthetic estrogen in the 1890s and granted GRAS

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Spices for Winter Wellness

January 13, 2014 Anne Danahy

You probably don’t think about it when you reach for a pinch of pepper or a teaspoon of cinnamon, but the spices in your cabinet were once rare and treasured for their medicinal properties. Today,

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Easy Whole Wheat Baguette

January 9, 2014 Carlene Thomas

Baking bread is scary. The first time you attempted to bake yeast bread on your own, you were probably hovering over the oven, opening it too often, letting the heat out and most likely ruining