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The Most Underrated Superfood

When we think of superfoods we usually think of foods like acai berries, goji berries, cacao, green tea, or spirulina. There is one superfood that was extremely popular many years ago but has disappeared from Americans’ plates for many years.

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Dates

By Kenda Hettinger a recent ASU Nutrition student Dates have grown in popularity as the whole food diet has grown in popularity. Dates are a good whole food sweetener. People add dates to their smoothies and desserts, I have even … Continue reading

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An Apple a Day…

By Morgan Crawford, Current ASU Nutrition Student Apples are one of the absolute favorite fruits. They are super versatile, full of antioxidants, and are a delicious addition to baked goods or as a healthy snack. This fruit has a long, … Continue reading

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Decades of Food

By Lauren Scott, Arizona Farm Bureau Intern Food has changed quite a bit in the last 100 years, as most people realize. The fast-paced world of today is filled with fast food, meals on the go, and not as many … Continue reading

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The History of Adding Sodium

By Lisa Kaschmitter, Arizona State University Nutrition Student   Sodium levels in food and the way a high daily intake of sodium affects our bodies has become a major topic in health and nutrition. Many people have reduced their use … Continue reading

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