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Tag: Nutrition

Think Nutrition and Wellness During a Quarantine

Many families and consumers are wondering about how to prepare for meals and wellness during a two-week quarantine. This is a new concept, yet it is very similar to preparing for a hurricane. You may be faced with… Read More

High Blood Pressure: Get the Facts

Article and audio introduction by Samantha Kennedy, Family and Consumer Sciences In honor of American Heart Month, I wanted to share a few facts about high blood pressure. According to the American Heart Association, nearly 78 million people… Read More

Mothers see healthier children in the “One Egg Per Day” project in Burkina Faso

“Bicycle chicken” is a national dish in Burkina Faso, and even Bill Gates shared a video about it and blogged that chicken rearing can reduce extreme poverty. But what about the eggs? Recent research in Burkina Faso, sponsored… Read More

“To Meat or Not to Meat” from The Chicago Council

The blog post Field Notes – To Meat or Not to Meat: Balancing Global Viewpoints in Battles over Food was published on February 18, 2020 by the Chicago Council on Global Affairs. Read the original story at https://www.thechicagocouncil.org/blog/global-food-thought. Excerpt… Read More

Faculty Profile: Dr. Jeanette Andrade, Dietetics

Please join me in saying hello to Dr. Jeanette Andrade, professor of dietetics and Program Director of FSHN’s Master of Science/Dietetic Internship (MS/DI) Program! Dr. Andrade is in her second year at the University of Florida, and she… Read More