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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.

Fresh basil is coming up in our gardens and our farmer’s markets - so I couldn’t resist sharing this blog post called: How to Make Pesto like an Italian Grandmother! https://www.101cookbooks.com/pesto-recipe/

The World Cancer Research Fund and the American Institute for Cancer Research have a new report on diet and cancer risk. It is a long document that you probably don’t want to read in the summer – but here is a link to a matrix that summarizes the report: https://www.wcrf.org/dietandcancer/interactive-cancer-risk-matrix

It is so important that registered dietitians are in the media sharing our nutrition messages – if we don’t, there are many other ‘nutrition specialists’ that will! Here is a webinar (July 11th) that can help boost our media interview skills: https://ce.todaysdietitian.com/node/68526/takecourse

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