The Best Wok for Home Cooking

Who doesn’t love a good wok? I’ve relied on a variety of woks for years to make quick, delicious stir fry style meals and just about anything else from scrambled eggs to popcorn, steamed mussels and soup. I’ve even eaten cereal out of a wok so it’s understandable why I would claim to be somewhat of an authority of all…

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Registered Dietitian Internship: Clinical & Medical Case Study

To become a Registered Dietitian a person must first earn a Bachelor’s Degree in Dietetics (if you have a Ph.D. and a number of college nutrition courses, there is one exception called ISPP) from an accredited university. Next they will work to secure an Accredited Registered Dietitian Internship which is typically at least 1,200 hours and will be broken-up over…

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How to Pass the RD Exam on the First Try

Attaining the Registered Dietitian (RD) credential is a big deal for those of us who work in the health and nutrition industry. It is the standard of a truly evidence-based, scientific nutrition education. The credential has changed a bit over the years so now you see it written in a couple of different ways but typically you’ll see it noted…

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