Features

2018

Whole Wheat Bread
  • Plant Seeds in Your Diet - Eating a variety of seeds is a great way to add more flavor, texture, and nutrition to your meals!
  • The Royal Vegetable - Spring is asparagus season, most commonly starting in April and ending in June. While we may enjoy asparagus all year long, it is most delicious and nutritious when eaten in season.
  • The Keto Kraze - In recent years, the ketogenic diet has become very popular due to its appeal for weight loss, yet its effects on the body and the long-term sustainability of following the diet are questionable.
  • Seize the Snack! - We all know breakfast, lunch, and dinner are important, but what about snacks?
  • Enjoy Whole Wheat Bread this Month - There is something magical about bread. Whether it is hot out of the oven, toasted and spread with butter, dipped into a steaming bowl of soup, or enveloping your favorite sandwich - it is easy to see why it is such a staple food.

2017

Ancient Greens

Winter 2016/2017

greens
  • Eat More Greens in 2017 - Enjoy a variety of leafy greens this year and reap the many health benefits!
  • Happy Holidays! - Keep the holidays healthy by eating mindfully and taking time to relax!

Summer 2016

workout
  • College Food - Cooking and eating healthy in college can be tricky!
  • Fuel Your Workout! - Need some ideas for quick and easy meals to fuel your workouts?

Winter 2016

leafy greens

Fall 2015

Sweet Potatoes
  • Celebrate Fall! - Make a delicious sweet potato recipe your friends and family will love to celebrate the beginning of fall and Thanksgiving—Sweet Potato-Pecan Casserole!

Winter 2014/2015

pistachios

Summer 2014

Fruits & Vegetables
  • Eating Fruits and Vegetables - Summer is a perfect time to explore farmers' markets. Learn about the benefits of fresh fruits and vegetables in the Kendall Reagan Nutrition Center's June Newsletter!
  • Enjoy Fresh Local Apples - While an apple a day might not keep every doctor visit away, research has shown that apples have many health benefits.
  • Physical Activity and Diabetes - Being physically active can improve health and be an excellent way to control diabetes.

Spring 2014

Cancer