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Yes, I Eat My Calcium

By Angela C Torrence, RDH, ASU Nutrition Student In more recent years, calcium has come up in the media as a mineral lacking in the Standard American Diet. With this emphasis placed on the necessity of calcium, I’ve noticed a … Continue reading

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30 Ways to Use Nuts

By Angela C. Torrence, RDH and nutritionist Some people have a negative opinion of nuts due to their higher fat content but the truth of it is, nuts provide a great source of fiber, vitamins and minerals, plant proteins, and … Continue reading

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Celebrate with Celery!

By Lauren Scott, Arizona Farm Bureau Intern The month of March is not only sauce month as discussed in a previous blog, but also celery month! Celery is a low-calorie vegetable that can be eaten raw or cooked, and is … Continue reading

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Get to know Farro

By Veronica De Lira, Nutritionist   Super foods, the term that often signifies food that offers all the proper nutrients and vitamins and is all around beneficial to your health. Usually when people hear the term “super food” one thinks … Continue reading

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Glorious Grapes

By Lauren Scott, Arizona Farm Bureau Intern   One of my favorite fruits in the world is the humble grape, and although they are little, they are tasty, packed with nutrition, and one of the more versatile fruits I’ve come … Continue reading

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