Monthly Archives: February 2016

10 Ways To Spice Up Your Oatmeal

By Veronica De Lira, Nutritionist   Oatmeal is such a tried and true convenient staple of our breakfast routines, pour some oats add some milk or water and you’re set.  Whether microwaving it or heating it up in a saucepan, … Continue reading

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Legumes and Nuts: The Nutrient Packed Secret

By Lisa Kaschmitter, Nutritionist     Legumes are a family of nutritious vegetables, which consists of beans, peas, nuts, and lentils. They are known for being incredibly nutrient dense, and most contain no cholesterol. They also boast high levels of … Continue reading

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11 Ways to Wake up on the Right Side of the Bed

By Lauren Scott, Arizona Farm Bureau Intern Sometimes it can be really hard to wake up in the morning. Even though you went to bed early and got eight hours of sleep, you still feel like you’ve been hit by … Continue reading

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Get to Know the Acai Berry

By Veronica De Lira, Nutritionist You may not be too familiar with the Acai berry. Or, maybe you have heard it being used in a smoothie or yogurt bowl.  Well here is your chance to familiarize yourself with the powerful … Continue reading

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Food Labels Decoded

By Lisa Kaschmitter, Nutritionist   As consumers in Arizona and around the country become more and more conscious about the content and quality of their food, manufacturers have attempted to keep up with this mindset by offering labels that seem … Continue reading

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