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Homemade crackers are much easier to make than you might think. These are pretty too, with a combination of dried apricots and golden raisins, crunchy nuts and seeds and a bonus of no added fat.READ MORE

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Simple to make, healthy and delicious, these are my new go-to snack bars for my family.   “Mom, I’m hungry!”   “Mommy, how much longer until dinner?”   “Mom, I am starving and we haveREAD MORE

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My healthy eating journey began when I was pregnant with my first child. It all started with raisins.   At one of my prenatal doctor appointments, the nurse told me I was borderline anemic. ItREAD MORE

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I’m in my thirties and still a little scared to have dinner parties. I love cooking. I love having family and friends over, but all the prep work and planning gets me stressed out justREAD MORE

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Nuts-blog

Take a look at your food log. How often are you eating nuts? If nuts aren’t already a part of your healthy eating plan, maybe the results of a recent study would entice you toREAD MORE

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About The Author
SUZANNE NELSON, ScD, RDN
Suzanne Nelson

Dr. Nelson recently joined the staff of Bryn Athyn College in Pennsylvania as a nutrition and wellness advisor and sports nutritionist. Previously, she was the Director of Sports Performance Nutrition in the athletic department at the University of California, Berkeley. While in California, she was the team nutritionist for the San Francisco 49ers and provided nutrition consultation to the San Francisco Giants and Golden State Warriors. In addition, Dr. Nelson has advised elite amateur athletes at the national, world, and Olympic level. She is a nationally known speaker in sports nutrition and is the author/editor of several books and numerous scientific journal articles. Dr. Nelson is the Nutrition and Health Advisor for Sun-Maid.

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