Monthly Archives: May 2016
An Eggcellent Start to Your Day
By Michael Russell, Arizona State University Nutrition Communication Student Today’s recipe is the celebration of that wonderful little white oval, the egg. Plus, May is National Egg Month so we need an egg recipe! The egg is such a versatile … Continue reading
Healthy Babies, Healthy Moms
By Laura Slatalla, ASU Nutrition Student Breastfeeding creates healthy babies and mothers, as well as a financial benefit. The current recommendation for breastfeeding is exclusively for 6 months before introducing any solids, and at least until 12 months before weaning … Continue reading
Added Sugars and What They are Adding to Your Health
By Mariely Lopez, a Nutrition Communication Undergraduate at Arizona State University and additional contributions by Arizona Farm Bureau Staff. Last Friday (May 20th), The White House released the first major update of the Nutrition Facts label for packaged … Continue reading
Are You Getting Enough Ascorbic Acid in your Diet?
By Jacob Gerdes, Arizona State Nutrition Communications Student. Ascorbic Acid may sound intimidating but you know exactly what it is and I would wager that you may even have an isolated supplement of it in your house right now. … Continue reading
Is Your Orange Juice Void of Vitamin C?
By Angela C. Torrence, Nutritionist Where would many of us be without our Vitamin C? Like many individuals intent on boosting the immune system with vitamin C, you might reach for your orange juice without thinking twice about the … Continue reading