Category Archives: Cooking

Fill Your Plate with Avocados!

By Erika Guzman, Current ASU Nutrition Student   Avocados seem like a bandwagon fruit (yes, it’s a fruit), but in reality, it’s a delicious, healthy fat. But did you know it’s just as beneficial as it is tasty? From guacamole … Continue reading

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Nutrition for the Life Cycle Series – Nutrition During School-Age Years

By Emily Carver, Recent ASU Nutrition Student This is part five of a five-part series on nutrition within the lifecycle. Read part one, part two, part three and part four.   Children truly blossom during the school-age years, and it’s … Continue reading

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Nutrition for the Life Cycle Series – Nutrition During Toddler Years

By Emily Carver, Recent ASU Nutrition Student This is part three of a five-part series on nutrition within the lifecycle. Read part one and part two.   The toddler years are seen as both fun and tumultuous. These years are … Continue reading

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The Importance of Vitamin K

By Noor Nouaillati, Recent ASU Nutrtion Student We all know that every nutrient found in a particular food item is very important for our body and health. All the foods we eat from greens to protein is nutritious for our … Continue reading

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Calcium and Your Colon: How Calcium Just Might Save Your Life

By Emily Carver, Recent ASU Nutrition Student When thinking about calcium, the first thought that generally comes to mind is milk and bones. Growing up, we’re told calcium has a great and positive impact on our bones, and this is … Continue reading

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