September-October 2016

Vegetarian Slow-Cooked Boston Baked Beans

August 26, 2016 Meg Dowell

Vegetarian Slow-Cooked Boston Baked Beans A meat-free twist on traditional Boston baked beans, this recipe features a tomato-based sauce and is slow-cooked to develop a mild maple flavor and tender texture. See more “Boston Favorites”

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3 Things to Know Before Declaring a Dietetics Major

March 10, 2015 Meg Dowell

The field of nutrition and dietetics is ever-expanding and changing before our eyes. Professionals and members of the Academy work continuously to implement strategies to improve the quality of care and educational materials dietitians can

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How to Survive Winter Grocery Shopping

February 5, 2015 Meg Dowell

Once winter weather hits, even going outside to rescue the morning paper can feel like a dangerous Arctic expedition. Errands like grocery shopping rise to the top of our "Grown-Up Chores We Wish We Didn’t

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3 Five-minute Pumpkin Recipes

November 21, 2014 Meg Dowell

The change of seasons has come and gone. You’re much busier and colder than you were, and who could resist the temptation to try some of the hundreds of fall recipes popping up on the

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Lemon Juice, Three Ways

August 28, 2014 Meg Dowell

Tomorrow is National Lemon Juice Day, which may seem like an odd holiday to celebrate, but lemon juice, especially from freshly squeezed lemons, can benefit your health more than you might think. Lemon juice, from

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Foods to Avoid When Stressed

April 24, 2014 Meg Dowell

We’ve all experienced stress symptoms: sweaty palms, racing heartbeat, even headaches and loss of appetite. It’s enough to make you wonder why your mind and body won’t seem to cooperate no matter how many times

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Quick and Easy Lunches for a Busy Schedule

February 11, 2014 Meg Dowell

With our busy lives hovering over us like a neglected to-do list, it’s easy to lose focus and forget to feed ourselves properly. When you’re so busy you can’t differentiate between your grocery list and