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  Guest Post by Bastyr University Masters of Nutrition Student Nancy Miller   A couple of weeks ago, in the article about jicama (http://nutritionauthority.com/news/new-ways-with-vegetables-jicama/), I mentioned in the recipe…Read more

  Guest Post by Bastyr University Masters of Nutrition Student Nancy Miller   Mealtimes can get boring when you eat the same few foods over and over. This is…Read more

  Guest Post by Bastyr University Masters of Nutrition Student Nancy Miller   The past three weeks we have looked at what various terms really mean when seen on…Read more

  Guest Post by Bastyr University Masters of Nutrition Student Nancy Miller   The past two weeks we have looked at what “natural” and “organic” mean when seen on…Read more

  Guest Post by Bastyr University Masters of Nutrition Student Nancy Miller   Last week, in the first part of this series, we looked at what “natural” means when…Read more

  Guest post by Giedre Astrauskas, Bastyr University Nutrition Studies Student   What is needed for strong bones?   Many would say calcium and vitamin D. Indeed, those are…Read more

  Guest Post by Bastyr University Masters of Nutrition Student Nancy Miller   In the first part of this new series, we will look at what the word “natural”…Read more

  Guest Post by Bastyr University Masters of Nutrition Student Nancy Miller   “Decide what you want, decide what you are willing to exchange for it. Establish your priorities…Read more

Guest post by Bastyr University Nutrition Studies Student Giedre Astrauskus   Over the span of many years, dietitians, doctors, and other health care professionals sang the tune of lowering…Read more

  Guest Post by Bastyr University Masters of Nutrition Student Nancy Miller   September is the time to start finding celeriac in the produce aisle of the grocery stores…Read more

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