Category Archives: Food Safety

5 tips to Avoiding Allergic Food Reactions

Written by Kenda Hettinger, an ASU nutrition communication student It seems like there are more and more people with food allergies these days. According to the American Academy of Allergy Asthma & Immunology, the following list are the most common … Continue reading

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Pre and Post Pregnancy Nutrition

By Alexandra Pettit, AZFB Communication Intern Before and after having kids can be overwhelming on what to eat to keep you and your child healthy. Here at Fill Your Plate, we have done some research to find the best options … Continue reading

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Does the Keto Diet really work?

By Alexandra Pettit, AZFB Communication Intern Is the keto diet for you? Fill Your Plate has covered the keto diet a lot in the past year. Find out if it is for you. We have all the keys to the … Continue reading

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The Nutritional Content of Canned Versus. Fresh Produce

By Vanessa Evens A Recent ASU Nutrition Student It’s no secret that canned produce has a little bit of a bad reputation, but is that reputation based in fact or fiction? We’ve all heard that cooking vegetables takes out some … Continue reading

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Eating Red for Your Heart

By Angela Bates a Recent ASU Nutrition Student New Study Finds Anthocyanins Linked to Lower Cardiovascular Disease  You may be familiar with the Go Red for Women campaign, which has a red dress as a symbol of prevention for heart … Continue reading

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