July-August 2016

Is Animal Blood a Safe Ingredient?

July 1, 2016 Liz Spittler

Animal blood — typically that of cow, pig, goat, lamb, chicken, duck and goose — has been used in traditional ethnic cooking across the globe and throughout time. In the spirit of "what's old is

July-August 2015

10 Social Media Tips for Organizational Leaders

August 11, 2015 Liz Spittler

1. Keep Your Professional and Personal Social Media Profiles Separate Everyone has family, friends and interests outside of their careers. It’s important! But once you reach a certain level in your professional life — a

May-June 2014

The Mainstreaming of Global Sports Nutrition Products

May 5, 2014 Liz Spittler

From Australian miners toting 2-pound tubs of pre-workout powders into excavation sites to ready-to-drink protein supplements touting peak job performance to accountants and school teachers in the United Kingdom, sports nutrition products are attracting new

January-February 2013

The 2013 Farm Bill: What RDs Need to Know

February 26, 2013 Liz Spittler

Arguably one of the most important pieces of legislation affecting food security, nutrition and public health in the U.S., the farm bill also can be one of the most confusing. Here are some good-to-know details

Spring 2012

Food & Nutrition’s Good Pinning Guide

April 28, 2012 Liz Spittler

So you’ve created a Pinterest account and you’re ready to begin your boards. Here are some tips to make your pinning as inspirational as it is informational. Make Your Board Beautiful The whole point to