Tips for a healthier holiday from CSU's Kendall Anderson Nutrition Center.
Are you tired of hearing about everything you should eat less of? If so, you will be happy to read about something that you can not only eat more of, but that also protects your heart, bones and muscles: potassium!
Colorado State University and five other land-grant universities in the Rocky Mountain region will partner in a recently funded Western Regional Food Safety Training Center at Oregon State University.
Colorado State University’s Food Friends programs have received a new award being given by the Society for Nutrition Education and Behavior.
You have probably heard of steel-cut oats and wondered if they are just another foodie trend, a much-hyped product soon to go the way of acai berries
Dining with Diabetes returns in October with four weekly classes in the Kendall Anderson Nutrition Center that combine nutrition information and social support with meal planning and hands-on cooking.
Researchers at Colorado State University and University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus are launching a new effort to fight obesity in at-risk populations — with a research team from throughout the West, including New Mexico State University.
You've just pounded out a 20-minute tabata session, and you're exhausted. It's time to refuel.
After a recent hip replacement, it seems everyone I talk to has a story about a surgery or injury that has them anxious to get back to their favorite activities. My own research into optimal nutrition for healing provided me the inspiration to share tips so you, too, can be as healthy as ever.