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My Food Fix: Skim Latte

Weekday lunch at the Iron Hen Cafe. After staring at the hand-written coffee and tea menu throughout lunch, there was no way I was leaving this cozy and tasty farm-to-table cafe without ordering a to-go latte. While I have my standard soy or skim milk request down pat

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Is 2015 the Year of Change? A Glimpse into the Dietary Guidelines

Yesterday I had the unusual opportunity to testify before the 2015 Dietary Guidelines Advisory Committee (DGAC). It was a rainy and chilly day at the NIH campus in Bethesda, MD. There was no need to be outside, which was fine because I was inside with the 2015 DGAC

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Opining on Dr. Katz’ “Opinion Stew” article

You may have caught Dr. David Katz’ blog post “Opinion Stew” last Friday in the Huffington Post’s Healthy Living section. For those who read it, you’re probably not surprised that the story was a hot item this week in the RD community. And if you didn’t read it, here’s my interpretation…

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Shedding the Sodium

Last week, I attended a sodium summit (“Getting to 2,300”) in Washington, DC. A follow-up to the initial summit five years ago, this year’s summit was hosted by…

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Six easy tips for dining out well (and meeting the Dietary Guidelines)

The new 2010 Dietary Guidelines were unveiled earlier this week. Basically, we Americans eat too much and move too little. And, on top of that, we eat too much processed (think: peeling open a foil package) and too little whole (think: peeling an orange) foods. So while there

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Grilled Salmon Salad

As posted at BlogAboutSeafood.com on January 17, 2013 This is my favorite salad. It is, in my opinion, salad perfected. My husband is not a “salad person.” He likes veggies, but his initial reaction to my “Salad for dinner tonight?” question is “No.” However, he loves this

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Hiding veggies doesn’t make them less nutritious

Recently, The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition published a study about the health benefits of hiding veggies. The verdict? Adding pureed veggies to dishes helped reduce calories consumed and increase nutrient intake. For those (adults and children) who don’t like veggies, this seems like a win-win, right?

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Chat with an Inspiring RD: Toast to heart health

Wine gets all the love in conversations about the nutritional benefits of adult beverages. And make no mistake, I enjoy a juicy glass of cab. But sometimes a cold brew better suits my mood—a preference I apparently share with Hermosa Beach, CA registered dietitian, Andrea Giancoli, MPH, RD.

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Chat with an Inspiring RD: Hope Warshaw

A chat with inspiring RD, Hope Warshaw, about her favorite tips for making healthy eating out easy.

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Celebrating food

Happy National Nutrition Month®! March is National Nutrition Month®, designated by the American Dietetic Association to celebrate food and living an active, healthy life. Sure, most Americans don’t need a month dedicated to celebrating food… we love and talk about food year round! But, National Nutrition Month® makes

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