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American Heart Association: "Common Spices: How to Use Them Deliciously," "Shaking the Salt Habit."
Sonya Angelone, MS, RDN, CLT, nutritionist and registered dietitian; spokeswoman, Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics.
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Duke Diet & Fitness Center: "Spices & Herbs: The New Salt."
Harvard School of Public Health: "Fats and Cholesterol."
McCormick.com: "Onion Powder."
National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute: "Use Herbs and Spices Instead of Salt."
National Health Service: "Early days for thyme acne treatment."
Vandana R. Sheth, RDN, CDE, nutritionist and registered dietitian; spokeswoman, Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics.
Texas A&M Agrilife Extension: “Lemon Rice.”
The University of Arizona, College of Life Sciences: "Oregano."
University of Connecticut: “nutmeg.”
University of Delaware Extension: “Herbs & Spices -- What Goes With What Food.”
University of Michigan Health System: "Cooking with Herbs and Spices."
University of Nebraska Lincoln: "Add a Little Spice (and Herbs) to Your Life."
Wisconsin Public Radio: “Peter David’s Favorite Wild Rice Recipes.”
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