Category Archives: In the Kitchen

The Fast Diet: the What and How

By Alexandra Pettit, AZFB Communications Intern Intermittent fasting is a new diet that appears to be all the rage but does it really work? I took a journey to find out and this is what I have come up with. … Continue reading

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Cashew “Cheese” Sauce

By Morgan Bates a Recent ASU Nutrition Student This recipe is incredibly easy to make and will give you a delicious and versatile sauce that you can make at a moment’s notice. It is an excellent source of protein and … Continue reading

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The Nutritional Content of Canned Versus. Fresh Produce

By Vanessa Evens A Recent ASU Nutrition Student It’s no secret that canned produce has a little bit of a bad reputation, but is that reputation based in fact or fiction? We’ve all heard that cooking vegetables takes out some … Continue reading

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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

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Eating Red for Your Heart

By Angela Bates a Recent ASU Nutrition Student New Study Finds Anthocyanins Linked to Lower Cardiovascular Disease  You may be familiar with the Go Red for Women campaign, which has a red dress as a symbol of prevention for heart … Continue reading

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