Stone Soup

It’s Time for Action on Prediabetes

September 30, 2015 Carol Brunzell

Diabetes rates over the past 10 years have continued to rise. Today, almost 10 percent of the U.S. population are affected. Unfortunately, there is even more reason to be concerned. According to the American Diabetes Association,

Stone Soup

Slow Cooker Mexican Shredded Chicken

September 30, 2015 Sara Haas

“Chicken is cooked low and slow in tomatoes and a blend of Mexican spices, then shredded. It’s a perfect topping for tostadas and salads or filling for tacos and burritos.” There is something magical about

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Whole-Grain Power Muffins

September 29, 2015 Sara Haas

“A muffin strong enough to fill the bellies of even the hungriest child or adult. A delightful start to the day or snack loaded with whole grains, flax and hemp seeds, shredded carrot and fresh

Student Scoop

4 Tips for Potential Dietetics Majors

September 28, 2015 Sara Petty

Just two short years ago, I sat down at my family's computer, ready to start my search for a college. I already knew I wanted to be in a nutrition-related field, but didn't know how