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Lower-Sodium Miso Soup

January 29, 2016 Sarene Alsharif

Seaweed is rich in vitamins and minerals, but is not used often in American cuisine. If you'd like to incorporate this healthy ingredient into your diet, try this recipe for miso soup. While traditional miso

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Go Nuts! But Consider Portion Size, Too

January 27, 2016 Tveen Verano

Because of their high fat contents, nuts have been at the heart of many discussions about dietary recommendations. Once banished from weight-loss programs, the benefits of nuts have been coming to light of late.  Walnuts

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Buffalo Chicken Wraps

January 27, 2016 Sara Haas

  It’s game time and you need something to serve at your next tailgate or game-viewing event. Your homemade buffalo wings are a huge hit with everyone, but they’re messy and hard to eat. It

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Lead the Way to the Future of Dietetics

January 21, 2016 Zachari Breeding

My generation of RDNs has been issued a challenge: guide the future of our profession by taking on roles as preceptors and mentors. We all know there are not enough dietetic internship positions for every qualified

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Why You Should Think of Popcorn as a Healthy Food

January 19, 2016 Sarah Smith

You may think of popcorn as little more than a tasty and inexpensive snack, but it actually offers some impressive health benefits. If prepared healthfully, popcorn is a low-calorie and low-sodium plant-based food that counts

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What Your Gut and Microbiome Need from You

January 14, 2016 Kara Hoerr

If you're thinking of improving your eating habits for the New Year, you're halfway there. But, you're forgetting a crucial part: your gut! There's a good reason our gut and the bacteria living in our