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Eat, Read, Learn!

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.


I enjoyed Ribollita in Tuscany last spring – it is a hearty, delicious soup…or stoup (cross between a soup and a stew). This recipe looks bang on!


The New Year brings optimism and hope to form new healthy habits. As dietitians, we need to support our clients with strategies for habit change. These books offer practical tips and strategies that can be used within our own lives and to help clients. (Note: Gretchen Rubin does describe her change to a very low carbohydrate diet in her book – but does make it clear that it is not for everybody)

And here is a new one that I have not read yet – but have heard good reviews about it:


2019 food and diet trend reviews and predictions from dietitians Edwina Clark and others.

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