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Today's installment in the 10-part series about helping your clients celebrate Nutrition Month by Enjoying the Taste of Eating Right continues with a bright, inexpensive, and delicious fruit: apples.
Imagine if your oven was like your Smartphone or iPhone where it has all sorts of apps to perform simple tasks intelligently and perfectly. And it allows you to look up recipes, cooking information, instructions, and more. And it can allow you to measure and report your processes much like your apps. Plus it allows you to write apps!
Today we continue the great flavor exploration with one of the most famous flavor-boosters around: garlic.
The flavor exploration continues with chocolate! In the next installment of our 10-part series about helping your clients Enjoy the Taste of Eating Right, we turn our attention to thoughts of chocolate. Check out its history, use as a flavor booster, health benefits, and its role in top recipes...
The 10-part series on ways to Enjoy the Taste of Eating Right continues! Last week, we talked about the health and flavor boosts that berries can give to a meal. This week, we're going to do the same with vanilla.
People appear to be drawn to cleanses, no matter how bad the health consequences of cleansing are. If that's what they want, there's a way to give it to them without endangering their health. Offer a balanced alternative to the cleansing crowd with this free handout, The Dietitian's Cleanse. Developed by Lenore Shamah, MS, RD, this "cleanse" is healthful, balanced, and won't endanger people's hearts.
How will you help your clients enjoy the taste of eating right this March? If you're not sure where to start, or if you would like to round out your program with some fun recipes and activities, then check out this amazing new series, focused on flavorful foods. This post features berries, exploring their health benefits and flavor-boosting properties. Check it out!
Are you putting together a Valentine's Day cooking demonstration? If you are, you're not alone. Lynda Murray, RD, LD, recently requested healthful Valentine's Day recipes for an upcoming cooking demonstration in front of 150 people! We found so many great options for her in the free recipe archive that we got carried away by enthusiasm and want to share them with you too.
Valentine's Day doesn't have to be all about chocolate and candy... but what fun would it be without a little festive celebration? Here's a recipe for a tasty Valentine's Day dessert that tastes decadent but packs a nutrient punch.
Trying to manage portion size can feel like a constant, impossible task. People face down huge portions at restaurants and are surrounded by oversized packages of processed foods at every turn. It can all get so overwhelming! Luckily, with a few simple tips, successful portion control can get easier! With the right management of your food supply and kitchen, you can enjoy your favorite foods without the portion distortion headaches...