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Spring Is Sprouting—Get the Table Ready!

If you live in the Northern Hemisphere, it’s getting easier to believe that spring is within reach.<p>To be fair, many of us have little excuse for winter fatigue, given how late the cold rolled in during the warmest year on record. All the same, even brief bouts of frigid temperatures (and the …

Why you should eat local, seasonal food

Eating the food that is available to us depending on the season has been a reality of human life, and all life, for the majority of our existence on …

Dietitian's go-to winter ingredients - with recipes

During the winter months, ingredients and inspiration can feel a bit lacking as we crave the bounty of more abundant growing seasons. Luckily, this is the perfect time of year to utilize lesser appreciated foods like frozen fruits and vegetables, canned goods and the small, yet satisfying array of …

Mixing it up with lettuce-free late summer salads

The sharpness of the goat's cheese is balanced by the watermelon in this salad.<p><i>What's growing in your garden or flooding the markets? In Season</i> …

Spring Recipes

From the markets and out of the gardens come the first sweet offerings of the season. Enjoy the fresh flavors of the season with dishes that …

How to cook healthy meals in a slow cooker

There’s no doubt that a slow cooker can be your best friend when it comes to convenient dishes. But that doesn’t necessarily mean they can’t be healthy. “Lots of people don't realize the range of foods that can be slow-cooked,” says cookbook author Kitty Broihier, MS, RD. “There's no rule that says …

Slow Cookers

What's wrong with the American diet? More than half our calories come from 'ultra-processed' foods

Researchers who have analyzed America's eating habits say they can sum up what's wrong with our diet in just two words: ultra-processed foods.<p>These foods -- a group that includes frozen pizzas, breakfast cereals and soda -- make up 58% of all calories Americans consume in a typical day. Not only …

Nutrition