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ASCEND for Better Health

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A virtual center that brings together scientists, partner organizations, and communities to deliver science-based solutions that promote and elevate food and nutrition security for all Americans.

National Nutrition Month©

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Learn how to “Fuel for the Future” with basic nutrition resources, tools, and printable materials.

National Kidney Month

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Find information on treatment, management, and diet for kidney diseases. 

Festive Green Vegetable Recipes

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Check out these new vegetable recipes just in time for St. Patrick’s Day.  New recipes include: broccoli bites, asparagus with lemon sauce, roasted Brussel sprouts, and green peas with parmesan. 

Nutrition Tips for Every Stage of Life

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Culture and Food

Learn how to prepare traditional foods and cuisines in healthful ways.

Pupusas Revueltas

Make these chicken, veggie, and cheese pupusas for a fun, hands-on dinner.

Historical Dietary Guidance Digital Collection

Explore the history of dietary guidance from the 19th century to today.

USDA FoodData Central

Look up what’s in the foods that you eat using this nutrient database.