The word “sprout” may draw up images of beans or alfalfa. But did you know sprouts from whole grains, nuts and other legumes are becoming more popular? Sprouting is an old trend that has recently come back on the scene. Read on to learn more about whether this trend is right for you.
The Tennessee Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics (TAND) Advocacy pillar has been busy this Fall with Federal legislative issues pertaining to our members.
Staying on track with health goals while juggling the activities of the school year is difficult. Make it easier by checking out these tips to keep your family healthy all school year long.
Summer is a time for enjoying the great outdoors, finding new adventures, and enjoying light and refreshing summer foods. When temperatures rise, what's better than a cool and refreshing treat? Composed of more than 90% water, watermelon is the perfect fruit for keeping cool and staying hydrated. Celebrate Watermelon Day on August 3rd and impress your friends with these fun facts about a favorite summer treat.
As a dietitian who DOES NOT love to cook, I struggle with insecurity that I don’t measure up sometimes. There are RDs making amazing dishes and concocting recipes off the top of their heads that really seem to enjoy it. Meanwhile, I have a few staples that I call on most of the time and my trusty backup plan, cereal, for when I get tired of those dishes. Truthfully, there are a lot of other things I’d rather do than cooking.
With summer heat comes lazy days soaking by the pool, spending time at the beach, or hanging out at amusement parks. As you pack for your favorite hot weather activities, remember these tips to help you stay cool and hydrated.
Summer in full swing, and with it the official start of grilling season. Picnics, barbecues, and road trips are popular during summer months, and can create a fun environment to enjoy your favorite meals and snacks. Use these tips to keep your food safe whether you’re grilling, traveling, or soaking up some summer sun.