Category Archives: Chicken

Lasagna Stuffed Chicken Breasts

By Noor Nouaillati, Recent ASU Nutrition Student I recently found this recipe on Facebook and I had to try it out. I must say it was tremendously delicious and I had some spaghetti on the side. Ingredients: 2 chicken breast … Continue reading

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The Benefits of Protein

By Noor Nouaillati, Recent ASU Nutrition Student Have you ever wondered what the benefits of protein are? Your organs, tissues, muscles, and hormones consist of protein.  Protein is the key to growing and developing properly. Protein is the key to … 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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Ketogenic Diet and Motor Function

By recent ASU nutrition student Alysia Nelson Part of an ongoing series of articles on the Ketogenic Diet   A ketogenic diet demonstrates the ability to be neuroprotective, protecting nerve cells against damage, degeneration, or impairment of function.1 This isn’t … Continue reading

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Keto Approved Foods and What to Avoid:

By recent ASU nutrition student Alysia Nelson First in a Series The average Ketogenic Diet is made up of carbohydrates (5-10%), protein (20-25%), and fat (70-80%). Of course, everyone is different (lifestyles, goals, hormones, etc.) and the best way to … Continue reading

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