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Whether you're a vegetarian currently or are just curious about what it means to eat a vegetarian diet, the Vegetarian blogs written by our nutrition and diet experts are a great resource. Check out creative vegetarian dinner recipes, and discover all the ways you can incorporate tasty, meatless dishes into your meals.

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DoctorAbby
Dr. Abby Aronowitz, Ph.D. President, DAA, Inc., is a psychologist, speaker and coach, who completed work at ...

bethaldrich
Beth Aldrich is the author of the upcoming book, Real Moms Love to Eat (Penguin NAL, January, 2012), a Health & ...

Janel Ovrut
Janel, a Registered Dietitian who follows a vegetarian diet, promotes no-nonsense, plant-based cooking so that ...

Cheryl Tallman
Cheryl Tallman is the founder of Fresh Baby (www.FreshBaby.com). For more than 10 years, Fresh Baby helped has ...

HappyHerbivore
Lindsay S. Nixon is a rising star in the culinary world, praised for her ability to use everyday ingredients to ...

Lauren Alford
Lauren Alford is the food blogger behind MuchAdoAboutSomethin.com, who enjoys putting together creative and healthy recipes that anyone can ...

Recent Vegetarian Blogs
Ants On A Log... With A Twist!
Posted @ 6:00am ET on June 29, 2015
Blog: Healthy Snacks with Snack Girl
By Snack Girl
Sometimes we need a little inspiration to make a healthy snack. We get into snack ruts because we are super busy. Well, check out those lovely "ants on a log" above. Don't they look yummy? I made them with whipped cream cheese and then I added ...
Perfect Summer Salad Recipe: Gluten Free Tabouli
Posted @ 6:00am ET on June 15, 2015
Blog: Diet Write
By DietWrite
Gluten is out of a lot of people's diets these days. But so many fantastic dishes include gluten. We took a favorite summer dish, tabouli, and swapped in quinoa for couscous to both eliminate what you don't want and boost nutrition. Enjoy! Gluten Free ...
Healthy Homemade Hummus
Posted @ 6:00am ET on April 20, 2015
Blog: Eat This!
By Deirdre Riley
I've always loved hummus, but until recently had never made it myself, instead relying on the store-bought versions. It's surprisingly easy to prepare (ready in 5 minutes or less, seriously!), is wallet-friendly and is incredibly tasty. In fact, after ...
Tofu: More than Just a Good Source of Protein!
Posted @ 6:00am ET on April 20, 2015
Blog: Fresh Ideas for Healthy Living
By Cheryl Tallman
Tofu is the Japanese name for soybean curd. Dating back to its use in China around 200 B.C, tofu is believed to be the first processed food. Today, it is a dietary staple throughout all of Asia. Tofu is a relative newcomer to the USA. Established in ...
Meet the Seeds!
Posted @ 6:00am ET on April 20, 2015
Blog: Dietitian Consult
By DietitianConsult
Nuts have been a part of healthy diet recommendations for a long time. But there are some new sources of nutrients that are getting more attention these days. They are the counterpart to nuts... seeds! There are several types of seeds you can add to ...
6 Exquisite Entrée Salads!
Posted @ 6:00am ET on April 13, 2015
Blog: Diet Write
By DietWrite
When you think of a salad, do you picture a bowl of boring greens? Step up your salad game with these delicious and dietitian-approved entree salads - perfect for a quick and healthy dinner that won't bore you! Balsamic Chicken and Brown Rice Salad: ...
Paleo Eggplant Parmesan Stacks
Posted @ 6:00am ET on April 6, 2015
Blog: Danielle Prestejohn
By DPrestejohn
I come from an Italian family so I grew up around some really great Italian food! While I didn't like sauce until I was older, I was a huge pasta fan from the start! Noodles, butter, and Parmesan cheese was my favorite meal! Not the healthiest choice, but ...
Awesome Almonds: Nutrition, History and Recipes!
Posted @ 6:00am ET on March 30, 2015
Blog: Fresh Ideas for Healthy Living
By Cheryl Tallman
Almonds have been around for a long time. They are mentioned in the Bible, and were a prized ingredient in breads served to Egyptian pharaohs. It is believed that almonds originated in China and Central Asia. Early explorers traveling the Silk Road between ...
Crock Pot Oatmeal
Posted @ 6:00am ET on March 9, 2015
Blog: Weelicious
By Weelicious
When the weather is chilly, I have a growing desire to make warm, hearty foods for breakfast. To me, a hot bowl of oatmeal before heading off to school on a chilly morning gives kids a sense of comfort ó not to mention enough energy to carry them ...
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