Tag Archives: food facts
Fall’s Foods: And Why They Are Good For You!
By Kennadee Riggs, Communications Intern Have you ever wondered if there were any healthy advantages to eating a slice of pumpkin pie? Here is a list of popular fall ingredients and their own unique health benefits! Pumpkin This … Continue reading
The Power of Garlic
By Morgan Crawford A Recent ASU Nutrition Student Garlic: It’s useful more than just for warding off vampires. In fact, it’s helpful for fighting viruses, infections, and so much more. This ingredient makes just about anything taste delicious, but more … Continue reading
You are When You Eat
By: Erin Wyatt a recent ASU Nutrition Student Do people really eat midnight snacks? I cannot stay awake that late so I cannot attest to snacking at all hours of the night. However, I have noticed that my … Continue reading
Do You Know Chia?
Less than a decade ago when you heard the word “chia,” you probably didn’t think about it as a food. It probably made you think one thing: Chia Pet. In more recent years we are learning that chia seeds contain … Continue reading
Get the Scoop on Ice Cream While Celebrating National Ice Cream Day
According to the International Dairy Foods Association (IDFA) in 1984, President Ronald Reagan designated July as National Ice Cream Month and the third Sunday of the month as National Ice Cream Day. This year that day is July 19th. President … Continue reading