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The links below do not necessarily reflect the ideas/beliefs of the DNNS. They are topics of interest to dietitians who work with the public and want to learn more.

These two dietitians have a great blog going on here! I especially like their “Kitchen hacks”. Here is a link to their homemade ketchup recipes -just in time for BBQ season: https://teaspoonofspice.com/homemade-ketchup-honey-cinnamon-ketchup-smoked-sriracha-ketchup/

Laurie Barker Jackman shows how to prepare a breakfast with 20-30 grams of protein. I am sure that many of us, including me, can pick up great presentation and speaking tips from Laurie’s videos also!

http://justasklaurie.com/blog

Dietitians Sue Mah and Gina Sunderland are co-founders of the company: Media Training Bootcamp. I am a real believer that we, as dietitians, have to be present in all forms of media spreading our messages as often as possible. On their website there are interviews with top Canadian media dietitians: https://www.mediatrainingbootcamp.com/secret-of-success-from-canadas-top-media-dietitians-featuring-andrea-holwenger/

My son was visiting Hawaii when the volcano started to erupt - luckily he and his friends decided against roasting marshmallows on the volcanic vents: http://time.com/5293693/kilauea-volcano-usgs-marshmallow/

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