Tag Archives: Fruit

Artificial Sweeteners: Good or Bad?

By Tim Nordberg, Arizona State University Nutrition Student There seems to be a new fad diet every year.  For a while, everyone seemed to be worried about cutting carbohydrates from their diet but now it seems everyone is concerned about … Continue reading

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Crazy for Cantaloupe

By Kevann Jordan, Recent Arizona State University Nutrition Student  As mentioned previously on Fill Your Plate, Arizona ranks second in the production of Cantaloupe nationwide. This beautiful melon is grown both in the spring and in the fall. With spring … Continue reading

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A New Spin on Spinach

By Kevann Jordan, Recent Arizona State University Nutrition Student  Malabar Spinach March is almost over which means many of Arizona’s delicious produce options are coming into season, especially spinach. Spinach loves the cooler temperatures of spring and for those of … Continue reading

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Free Radicals and Antioxidants

By Nathan Chambers, Recent Arizona State University Nutrition Student If you are a person who is concerned with health and eating a disease-preventative diet, you have probably heard the terms ‘free radical’ and ‘antioxidant.’ Maybe you’ve even heard the term … Continue reading

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One Day at a Time

By Cameron Saylor, Recent Arizona State University Nutrition Student    Each day, I hear people say things like, “No, I can’t eat that” or “It has to be sugar-free”. I think it’s time that we make a change by creating … Continue reading

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