Tag Archives: dairy
If You Can’t Drink Dairy, What about the Alternatives?
By Heide Kennedy, Arizona Farm Bureau Communications Intern Growing up, I absolutely loved drinking milk. There was nothing like a big glass of ice-cold milk first thing in the morning, or even throughout the day. But as I’ve gotten older, … Continue reading
How Much Protein Do You Need?
By Heide Kennedy, Arizona Farm Bureau Communications Intern Protein…One of the three main macronutrients that are part of a balanced meal. It’s vital that we eat it, as it is what repairs our muscles and grows the cells that … Continue reading
Teens Going to College Soon? Teach Them To Cook!
By Sarah Hunt, AZFB Communications Intern I remember when I was 18 and went grocery shopping with my mom after she helped me move into my first apartment. We got a bunch of good things, but I thought, … Continue reading
Fill Your Plate’s Collection of Allergy Articles
By Sarah Hunt, AZFB Communications Intern Allergies are more common than you think – it’s likely that you or someone you know has a food allergy or intolerance of some kind. Luckily we have several articles about food … Continue reading
Dairy, is it only for strong bones?
By Kevann Jordan a Recent ASU Nutrition Student Cows provide a great source of revenue for Arizona. According to Netstate.com “Arizona’s top five agricultural products are cattle and calves, lettuce, dairy products, cotton, and hay.” (http://www.netstate.com/economy/az_economy.htm) But what is so … Continue reading