Meet Hashem Alsaffar, the Kendall Reagan Nutrition Center’s student spotlight for July! Hailing from Kuwait, Alsaffar is a recent Nutrition and Food Science graduate with an interest in functional nutrition.
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Read about the KRNC student spotlight of the month, Brittany Humphreys! She graduated with a bachelors in nutrition and food science with a concentration in dietetics and nutrition management.
It’s not news that fruits and vegetables are a key part of a healthy diet. Meet polyphenols, another reason to pack your menu with plants. Check out the Kendall Reagan Nutrition Center’s monthly blog to learn more!
Combining the bitter taste of cacao and walnuts with the sweet taste of strawberries and honey-infused chevre creates a decadent and flavorful salad! Check out the KRNC’s sweet salad recipe!
Food waste is uneaten food that gets tossed, incinerated, poured down the drain, or left in the field unharvested. Learn how you can lower your food waste in the Kendall Reagan Nutrition Center’s monthly blog.
Layering tortillas into a casserole-style bake instead of rolling them makes enchiladas a snap! This versatile recipe is a great way to use up spare veggies, it can be modified to your taste, and it offers lots of leftovers.
April is National Soy Foods Month! Soy has been in the hot seat, so we are cutting through the conflicting and confusing claims and giving you reason to celebrate this legume.
The Kendall Reagan Nutrition Center recipe of the month features a chocolate peanut butter pie.
Annie Bush is is the KRNC’s student spotlight of the month. She is completing her degree in FSHN with a concentration in Dietetics and is a research assistant in the Systems Thinking for Obesity Prevention (STOP) lab.