Monthly Archives: July 2016
Nutrition Series: Toddlers & Preschoolers
By Mariely Lopez, A Nutrition Communication Undergraduate at Arizona State University Part three of a four-part series. Part one: Preconception Part two: Pregnancy Toddlers and Preschoolers are often hard to please especially when it comes to introducing them to new … Continue reading
Nutrition Series: Pregnancy
By Mariely Lopez, A Nutrition Communication Undergraduate at Arizona State University Part two of a four-part series. Part One: Preconception During pregnancy women’s bodies change and with this change it is important to know that what we put into our bodies … Continue reading
Nutrition Series: Preconception
Nearly 15% of all couples fail to conceive within the first 12 months of attempting to become pregnant. Part one of a four-part series. By Mariely Lopez, A Nutrition Communication Undergraduate at Arizona State University Oh, children, … Continue reading
Summer Is Here. Is Your Hydration A Priority?
By Jacob Gerdes, Arizona State Nutrition Communications Student Living in the desert, you are often asked, “Are you drinking enough water?” At a point we all might get sick of being asked this question, but the Arizona Department of Health … Continue reading
Stop Being the Biggest Cause of Food-Related Illness!
By Julie Murphree, Arizona Farm Bureau Americans ate an average of 117.2 pounds of fresh and processed fruit per person in 2013, down from a high of 131.4 pounds in 1999, according to the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA). … Continue reading