Information compiled by: Michelle Chen is a sophomore at Cornell University majoring in Nutritional Sciences with a concentration in Dietetics. She plans to enter the field of medicine. Info Graphic Credit: Stephanie Goodman
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Water makes up about 60% of our bodies and 75% of the earth. Without it, our bodies would not survive. It keeps us healthy and hydrated. The effects water has on our body are astounding, so it is important to drink enough each day. A great guideline for drinking enough… MORE>
For many college students, eating out is a treat. There’s nothing better than sitting down with friends and family at your favorite restaurant to share a yummy meal. With so many delicious choices, navigating the menu for healthy options can be a challenging and daunting task. A typical restaurant meal… MORE>
The world’s fourth largest food crop, potatoes were first cultivated in the high mountains of Peru and then brought to North America in 1621. Since then, potatoes have been a staple at the American dinner table. This is because potatoes can be cooked in so many ways that it has… MORE>
Trends in health and wellness seem to come and go like the seasons. In the blink of an eye, a new headline appears claiming to have found the secret behind ever- lasting health. One of the latest foodie trends you may have heard about is bone broth. Yes, you heard… MORE>
February is National Fiber Focus Month. Usually, when you think of fiber, images of your grandparents may come to mind. It’s associated with sweaters, wrinkle cream, and perhaps dentures. But who’s to say fiber can’t be “the new black,” the latest hype, or the hottest college trend? Here are… MORE>