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Do Gym-Goers Need Protein Shakes?

March 31, 2016 Natalie Rizzo

I hear the questions often. "How much protein do I need to eat?" "Should I drink a protein shake on the days I work out?" It's very difficult to make generalized diet recommendations for everyone,

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Mushrooms Star in This Polenta Dish

March 29, 2016 Jennifer Shea Rawn

This hearty, comforting, umami-rich dish is perfect for these early spring evenings when you want something warm and filling. It's packed with mushrooms, which I love for so many reasons, including: They add an amazing woodsy, savory

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My 5 Favorite Ways to Enjoy Sesame

March 25, 2016 Cara Rosenbloom

I'm crazy about sesame, the mighty little seeds that pack a powerful flavor punch. Toasting the seeds brings out their nuttiness and adds oomph when sprinkled on rice bowls, sushi and avocado toast. Not only

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What Egg Labels Mean

March 25, 2016 Kelli Shallal

It seems like every time I lead a grocery store tour these days, I get asked what kind of eggs to buy. I know why consumers might be confused. The number of labels printed on eggs

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I’m Proud to Be a NIRD

March 23, 2016 Jean Bouche

I am a "nutrition informatics registered dietitian" — a NIRD … (I love this play on words, because I'm also a nerd)! To me, informatics not only means an affinity for technology — including computers, electronic health

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Easter Means Homemade Manicotti

March 18, 2016 Madeline Basler

When I was a kid, my mom always made her special “Italian Meatloaf” for Easter. Ha! It was basically the same meatballs she made every Thursday, only stuffed with mozzarella cheese. I can’t even remember

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Totally Customizable Deconstructed Ramen

March 16, 2016 Natalia Stasenko

This may not be the most authentic ramen recipe, but it is simple enough to put together on a busy night, tasty enough for my kids’ approval and exciting enough for my Japanese-food-loving husband. Unlike most soups, ramen