This is a homemade creamy ice cream alternative that will cool you down on a hot summer day.
Once a mainstay of many American diets, pasta developed a poor reputation in the 1990s as “carbohydrate” became a dirty word.
Taylor Lobdell is from Colorado Springs, Colorado, and a senior at CSU this fall. She was a summer intern at the Kendall Reagan Nutrition Center.
J.J. Beasley is from Denver, Colorado, and a recent graduate from the College of Business here at CSU.
While you may think of probiotics as a pill to swallow, you should first try to include foods rich in probiotics in your diet!
Now is a great time to eat outside! But when planning your next barbecue, picnic or camping trip, be aware that summertime rates of food poisoning skyrocket. Warm weather provides the ideal opportunity for the bacteria in food to multiply and grow, so take care with these 5 tips for safe summer cooking.