Monthly Archives: October 2018
Fill Your Plate With Cauliflower!
By Kevann Jordan, Recent ASU Nutrition Student Let’s talk about yet another cruciferous vegetable that Arizona produces plenty of, cauliflower. Most people overlook cauliflower because they have the misconception that the white plant does not pack the same amount of … Continue reading
Carving Pumpkins? Bake Those Seeds!
By, Steven Grunner, Current ASU Nutrition Student Pumpkin seeds are extremely beneficial to the body and yet so many people are throwing them out every single year around Halloween while they decorate their pumpkins. It makes sense because they … Continue reading
An Apple a Day…
By Morgan Crawford, Current ASU Nutrition Student Apples are one of the absolute favorite fruits. They are super versatile, full of antioxidants, and are a delicious addition to baked goods or as a healthy snack. This fruit has a long, … Continue reading
Folate vs Folic Acid: How They Affect Women with MTHFR
By Emily Carver, Recent ASU Nutrition Student Folate is best known for its role in reducing the risk of a baby in utero from getting Spina Bifida. Spina Bifida comes in many different forms; however, it is due to neural … Continue reading
Cooking with Toddlers: Tips and tricks for including your youngster in the kitchen.
By Cecelia Wilken, Current ASU Nutrition Student I love cooking and I love food. From baking bread to smoking meats, there is no ingredient or technique that I am not eager to try. So many memories of mine revolve around … Continue reading