Grow Your Own Food

Nothing compares to the taste of a tomato just picked from the vine or a cucumber from your own backyard. Use these steps to get you gardening and growing your own nutritious food.

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Grow Your Own Food

Eat Right and
Drink Responsibly

For some, a single drink may add enjoyment to a meal, but the key to potential health benefits has always been moderation. In honor of Alcohol Awareness Month, here are some tips to enjoy these beverages responsibly.

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Eat Right and Drink Responsibly

Nutrition and HIV/AIDS

Nutrition is a valuable tool for people with HIV. Whether you have just been diagnosed, show no signs of illness or are in a more challenging stage of HIV, knowing what and how to eat can help keep your body and immune system stay strong.

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Nutrition and HIV AIDS

Irritable Bowel Syndrome

Irritable bowel syndrome is a group of symptoms that occur together that affect the large intestine. Certain foods and stress may trigger symptoms. Often, diet changes, stress management and a healthy, active lifestyle can keep IBS under control.

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IBS

How Do I…Mince Garlic

An aromatic vegetable, garlic is a staple in many recipes – raw or cooked in salads, stir-fries, sauces and stews. But when it calls for minced garlic are you sure you're doing it correctly? Watch this video to learn how.

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Mincing Garlic

Food Safety for High Risk Groups

For older adults, pregnant women and young children, food poisoning is potentially life-threatening. That's why these tips are vitally important.

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Encouraging Water Consumption

Most schools meet the new USDA drinking water mandate, but additional measures are needed to promote better access and encourage students to drink more water.

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Outstanding Preceptor Award Winners

Preceptors make a difference by serving as a mentor and training the next generation of dietetic professionals. Join us in celebrating these seven preceptors for their exemplary service.

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