Tag Archives: cooking

Savor the Flavors

Stop the presses! Too much salt in the diet…..is still bad for you. This time eating a high-salt diet might contribute to liver damage in adults and developing embryos. The research, just published in the American Chemical Society’s Journal of … Continue reading

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Best Foods for Fourth of July Grilling By Marisa Moore, MBA, RDN, LD

Published June 26, 2015 Print Email Every year, millions of Americans fire up the grill on the Fourth of July. Though it’s a holiday, eating right doesn’t have to take the day off. Chef and author Michelle Dudash, RDN, agrees. … Continue reading

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Rice is Nice

    This week I had a client who was referred to me because of anxiety and who has consistently rebuffed her physician’s suggestion for a mild medication. After taking a detailed lifestyle and diet history I find out that … Continue reading

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Don’t be Put off by the Smell

Think garlic is just for chasing off vampires? Then you are missing out on some great health benefits (and flavor) that you can add to your everyday cooking. Garlic belongs to the allium family. Close cousins include onions, leeks and … Continue reading

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At the FAND symposium

This week I am in Fort Lauderdale attending the annual Florida Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics symposium. Opening night keynote speaker was Chef Barton Seaver. Maybe you have seen his book “For Cod and  Country? His background is culinary with a … Continue reading

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