Try this vegan version of an old favorite - tacos!
For an indulgent Valentine's Day treat that is also (sort of) good for you, the Kendall Reagan Nutrition Center recommends this delicious dessert that includes both chocolate and antioxidant-rich berries.
If you are determined to make healthy lifestyle changes and need a little structure and guidance, look no further than DASH!
If you're looking to save a few calories on game day this weekend, try this healthier version of spinach and artichoke dip!
Dawn Clifford, whose time at CSU inspired her to pursue a career in mass media and nutrition education, is the 2016 recipient of the College of Health and Human Sciences Emerging Leader Alumna Award.
Gretchen L. Wall, M.S., is a graduate of the CSU Department of Food Science and Human Nutrition and serves as the Produce Safety Alliance Coordinator & Northeast Regional Extension Associate.
It is sometimes said that sugar is "toxic" or "addictive," and it is often blamed as the sole culprit in obesity and diabetes. While it is true that sugary foods can stimulate the same part of the brain responsible for pleasure and reward, as do many illicit substances, there are reasons other than addiction that eating could be linked with the reward area of the brain.
Colorado State University's Kendall Reagan Nutrition Center is offering a 16-week session of the National Diabetes Prevention Program starting March 20.