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Fill Your Plate with Cabbage

By Sarah Levesque, Recent ASU Nutrition Student We grow lots of cabbage and bok choy in Arizona during the winter. Here’s why it’s so healthy. A staple in kimchi, and is used for soups or for the outer rolls for … Continue reading

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How Energy Drinks are Affecting Your Health

By Kat Brown, Recent Arizona State University Nutrition Student  6 tips to preventing caffeine addiction       Pre-existing conditions       Know your limits       Read the labels       Beware the “buzz”       Instant energy boosters       See the signs Pre-existing conditions Many conditions may heavily influence how … Continue reading

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Learn a Little bit About Cabbage

By Kevann Jordan, Recent Arizona State University Nutrition Student  Cabbage, a cruciferous vegetable, has only 20 calories per half cup, and though it is light on calories it is packed with nutrients. The MNT Knowledge Center gives a full nutritional breakdown … Continue reading

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Fun Summer Snacks

By Laura Slatalla, ASU Nutrition Student Having the kids home during the summer means they’ll be playing hard and get extra hungry, so it’s a great time to try some new and exciting snacks! Break out of the crackers or … Continue reading

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Do You Know what is bad for Your Teeth?

By Angela C Torrence, Nutritionist A survey of my pediatric patients reveals that they are well aware of which foods to avoid in order to keep their teeth healthy. Sugar is bad for your teeth! The kids explain that they … Continue reading

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