Many special occasions like game day tailgates are celebrated with friends and yummy, not-so-healthy foods.
Fall is full of fun activities and delicious foods and drinks. ‘Tis the season for pumpkin everything, am I right?! Here are a few Fall Favorites for you to try this season!
Supporting different dietary needs in a healthy way is certainly something we support here on campus. Are you looking to gain weight in a healthy way?
According to research, almost 2/3 of students gain weight during their first year of college, about 7.5 lbs. on average, and around one in ten students gain at least 15lbs.
Energizing salads are filled with fiber, vitamins and minerals, lean proteins, and are lower in fats and added sugars.
Here are a few nutrition tips to jump-start healthier school days with balanced meals and energy foods.
Grocery shopping doesn’t have to be a chore.
What other products are you eating that could be poisonous?
Stone fruit pits, apple seeds, rhubarb leaves, some raw nuts and raw beans
Blueberries are one of the world’s healthiest fruits. Not only are they a good source of Vitamin K, Vitamin C, and manganese; they are also high in fiber and relatively low in calories.
Health claims about milk are confusing but research suggest dairy intake may reduce risks of cardiovascular disease and type 2 diabetes, plus improve blood pressure and bone health.
Eating healthy can be quite challenging. Life gets hectic and we reach for whatever we can get our hands on the quickest and easiest, but small changes start to add up!
Happy National Ice Cream Month! Tips for selecting the right size scoop & making a smart choice at the ice cream truck!