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The Life of a Military Dietitian

May 26, 2016 Renee Jeffrey

As a military spouse, I watched my husband serve his country in the U.S. Marine Corps. I reflect on his years of service with such pride and gratitude that it has altered the direction of

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Explore Spaghetti Squash

May 25, 2016 Tawnie Kroll

If they've never tasted it before, the first thing people usually ask me about spaghetti squash is, "Does it really taste like spaghetti?" To me, the answer is yes: a little like angel hair pasta

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A Farewell from the Outgoing SAC Chair

May 20, 2016 Jana Wolff

As the school year comes to an end, let's reflect on all that we have accomplished as students and interns. When I accepted the chair position of the 2015-2016 Student Advisory Committee, I could not

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What the Heck Are DPGs and MIGs?

May 19, 2016 Kristina Todini, RDN

In the nutrition and dietetics field, you're bound to hear a lot of acronyms. As a student, you're probably already familiar with ACEND, CPD and DPD. But what about DPGs and MIGs? Learning about these

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5 Tips To Keep Your Picnic Food Safe

May 3, 2016 Alexandra Caspero

As the days get longer, so does the frequency of outdoor gatherings. While the warmer weather is a perfect reason to dine outside, it also creates the ideal environment for harmful food bugs. Keep your