Monthly Archives: November 2017
By Laura Slatalla, Recent ASU Nutrition Student Convenience often drives decisions, especially when it comes to what to eat. Imagine those days where you get home from work and grab whatever prepackaged product is within reach and wash it down … Continue reading
Edible Flower Power
By Bailey Roden, Arizona Farm Bureau Intern Have you ever walked past a flower garden of beautiful red roses and just wanted to eat them? I can’t say that I have but some flowers are bringing their edible power to … Continue reading
Are Carbohydrates Linked to Cancer In Any Way?
By Jessica Bombace, ASU Nutrition Student Cancer has affected all of us either indirectly or directly sometime in our lives. I always wondered if any food that we ate had an impact on the risks of getting cancer. “You are what … Continue reading
Adrift in the Dark Ocean: Reducing Depressive Symptoms
By Amanda Van Dall, Asu Nutrition Student Chronic depression is the invisible monster we fail to acknowledge as a serious threat. Contrary to the traditional thinking, what you can’t see is what may impair you the most. This living nightmare … Continue reading
If You Like Salmon, You Need to try Salmon Burgers!
By Noor Nouaillati, Recent ASU Nutrition Student Salmon is so delicious even as a burger. This burger is so delicious and filled with omega 3 fatty acids that it makes me think we should eat more. They are simple and … Continue reading