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Make Dessert Delightful!

This shortcake is amazingly simple. It uses a small slice of cake along with a lot of fresh fruit and just a little whipping cream. It is delightful, not sinful!!


Women and Iron: What You Need to Know

Get everything you need to know about iron in one handy post!


The Skinny on Sugar

Research synonyms for sugar and you find “sweet” and “dearest.” But ask most fad diet enthusiasts, and they will associate sugar with “evil,” “toxin,” and even “poison.” Too much of anything is no good, but vilifying this carbohydrate without distinguishing between natural sugar and refined sugar has gone too far. Here’s the real skinny on sugar.


5 Common Energy Zappers

Avoid these 5 common traps that zap your energy and end up making you feel tired and out of sorts.


Spritz Up Your Salad!

This bright and peppy salad is loaded with flavor! Try it out and see for yourself!


Plant Messages from the DGAC

The 2015 report by the Dietary Guidelines Advisory Committee (DGAC) features a new section on sustainable diets, a new review of nutrients of concern, and more! Check out Lynn Grieger’s review of the plant messages from the DGAC right here!


Energy Myths

Everyone is talking about energy these days — where we get it, how we use it, etc. Let’s take some time to delve into the world of energy, starting with these common energy myths.


New Salad Look: Stack It

This colorful salad is the perfect start to any meal…


Activity Ideas: Nutrition Facts Memory and Healthful Cooking Project

There are 2 new activity ideas in this post — one for a game of memory with Nutrition Facts labels, and one with a way to apply cooking substitution advice in the real world. Which will you try first?


3 Cancer Risk Reduction Strategies

The National Cancer Institute has revealed that “Some risk factors can be controlled. Choosing the right health behaviors and preventing exposure to certain environmental risk factors can help prevent the development of cancer.” In other words, it’s possible to take steps that can reduce your risk of cancer. Let’s look at some specific strategies…


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