Category Archives: Vegetables

Watermelon Facts

By Arizona Farm Bureau Ag in the Classroom  It’s Summertime, the sun is out and the weather is great! The only thing that could make this summer-perfect is some refreshing watermelon. A watermelon is a fruit and a vegetable. The … Continue reading

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The Wonders of Lettuce

By Kevann Jordan, Recent ASU Nutrition Student Lettuce is a vegetable that has taken the back seat over the past few years. All the attention has been on kale and its amazing nutritional contents. While kale does have great nutritional … Continue reading

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The Benefits of Electrolytes

By Emily Carver, Recent ASU Nutrition Student It’s summer and that means more and more time spent outside. Warmer weather brings about such happiness as children flood the parks, local swimming pools, and sports arenas. With extra playtime in the … Continue reading

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My 1 Week Ketogenic Meal Plan

By recent ASU nutrition student Alysia Nelson Part of an ongoing series of articles on the Ketogenic Diet   As a Nutrition Student at Arizona State University, I recognize how important a diet is for overall health and wellness. I … Continue reading

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Understanding Keto Myths Versus Facts

By recent ASU nutrition student Alysia Nelson Part of an ongoing series of articles on the Ketogenic Diet   Myth: Eating more fat will make you fat. An excess in fat consumption paired with a high amount of carbohydrate intake … Continue reading

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