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Nutrition

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Top Nutrition Articles

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  • Serve these 'superfoods' for heart health

    Source: Harvard Health Letter Start your day with a bowl of oatmeal and some orange wedges. Enjoy a hearty bowl of bean soup for lunch. Grab a handful of peanuts for a midafternoon snack. For dinner, tuck into some grilled salmon and spinach salad...
  • Summer school is about more than academics [Commentary]

    Summer school is about more than academics [Commentary]
    Last week, The Sun reported on Baltimore City Public School's (BCPS) efforts to increase academic promotion rates among middle school students by giving them the chance to attend BELL (Building Educated Leaders for Life) summer learning programs. The...
  • ENVIRONMENTAL NUTRITION: To maintain weight, meal timing may be the key

    Environmental Nutrition Emerging research suggests that when you eat may be just as important as what you eat. Nutrition experts have long suspected that skipping meals early in the day may result in increased hunger, which leads to overeating later in...
  • Orecchiette with Broccoli Rabe and Chickpeas

    Orecchiette with Broccoli Rabe and Chickpeas
    The assertive flavors of broccoli rabe and rosemary are paired with sturdy chickpeas in this satisfying pasta dish. When buying broccoli rabe, check to make sure the bottoms of the stems are relatively tight, green and moist. If the broccoli rabe at...
  • Bean Bolognese

    Bean Bolognese
    Fiber-rich beans stand in for the beef and pork in this surprisingly rich-tasting vegetarian take on pasta bolognese. Without the meat, the dish has only a third of the fat and 80 percent less saturated fat. To make the perfect meal, serve with a...
  • Garden your way to nutrition

     Garden your way to nutrition
    Nutritionists from the University of Maryland Medical System regularly contribute a guest post. The latest post is from dietetic intern Rebecca Smith. Everyone needs an excuse to get outside this time of year, and what better way to enjoy the outdoors...
  • Too much added sugar can sour your health

    Too much added sugar can sour your health
    The U.S. Department of Agriculture estimates that the average American consumes more than 22 teaspoons of added sugars every day. Sugars and syrups are injected into processed foods, stirred in during cooking, or sprinkled on at the table. But how much...
  • Shredded Root Vegetable Pancakes

     Shredded Root Vegetable Pancakes
    Red beets and golden carrots look especially festive in these zesty horseradish-and-bacon-flecked cakes. Avoid parsnips, which need to be cored, in this recipe, as trying to shred the smaller cored pieces might result in nicked knuckles. Try the...
  • Blitz Day To Increase Summer Meals Participation

    Blitz Day To Increase Summer Meals Participation
    On June 18, East Hartford organized a "Blitz Day' intended to encourage more children to take advantage of summer meals that will be provided by the CT No Kid Hungry campaign, a statewide anti-hunger and food security organization. Only one out of every...
  • Food production shouldn't be a mystery: Reading behind food eco-labels

    What's in my food? How is it made? These are questions consumers are increasingly concerned about when it comes to purchasing food, according to the Natural Products Industry Forecast 2014, released by New Hope Natural Media and the marketing research...
  • Group offers six recommendations for eating and cancer prevention

    Group offers six recommendations for eating and cancer prevention
      People don't have time to wait for conclusive information about nutrition and cancer, says an advocacy group that has issued six dietary recommendations to help prevent cancer. The guidance to emphasize fruits and vegetables hardly will raise an...