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Maternal nutrition and lifestyle choices are major influences on both mother and child's health.
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Celiac Disease Nutrition Guide, 3rd Ed. (Single Copy)
This easy to read “survival guide” outlines essential information for people diagnosed with Celiac disease.
A Southern favorite and healthy alternative to fried okra, this okra stew can be a quick and easy side dish for baked or grilled chicken breasts, lean pork chops, or fish — and, perhaps, a new-to-you way to fit vegetables in.
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Vegetarian diets are growing more and more common. If you are or are considering becoming a vegetarian, there are several things to keep in mind to maintain a healthful diet.
A vegetarian diet can include foods that may be unfamiliar to you. This glossary outlines terms that are a common part of a vegetarian diet.
A healthy vegetarian diet includes a wide variety of foods from all the food groups. Be creative in planning menus and trying new foods. Here are some healthful, vegetarian meal ideas to get you started.
Guys, when is the last time you had fish for dinner? If you can't remember, it may be more than the passage of time that's to blame. Recent studies show that improved memory is just one of many brain boosting benefits men can reel in by eating more fish.
For years, the conventional belief that ruled professional and amateur athletic training programs was that consuming meat was the only way to build muscle. But today we know a balanced vegetarian diet that includes non-meat protein assists muscular development … no steak required.
They might be a type of fungus, but don't let that scare you away. Mushrooms are an excellent addition to your dinner plate: They're tasty, healthy and versatile.
A repository of information on nutrition informatics; defined as the effective retrieval, organization, storage and optimum use of information, data and knowledge for food and nutrition related problem solving and decision making.
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Eating Right Minute with Sara Haas
The Academy channel on YouTube can be found at http://www.youtube.com/EatRightTV It offers an array of videos on a broad range of topics including careers in dietetics, healthy eating, the Academy membership benefits, media interviewing skills and the professional role of the RD.
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