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Tag "Department of Food Science and Human Nutrition"

5 healthy summer eating tips

For many people, the words “summer” and “healthy eating” do not match up. For others, such combinations of words bring up feelings of anxiety over summer bodies, fitting into teeny-tiny bikinis, and dieting. Before setting a goal for the umpteenth time to lose 10 pounds before that summer vacation, give this alternative perspective just 5 minutes of your time.

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June 15 ‘Eating for a Healthy Pregnancy’ class free for CSU employees

Join Amanda Boostrom, registered dietitian nutritionist and certified lactation educator in the Kendall Reagan Nutrition Center, on June 15 to learn what to eat to be healthy, feel vibrant during your pregnancy and gain confidence that you are providing the best start possible for your baby.

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College of Health and Human Sciences students recognized for their research and creativity

The annual Celebrate Undergraduate Research and Creativity (CURC), showcase allows undergraduate students from a range of University colleges and their corresponding majors to highlight their achievements in research and creativity with the support of faculty mentors. This year, the College of Health and Human Sciences had students from interior design, nutrition and food science, human development and family studies, social work and health and exercise science submit their research and creative projects.

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Recipe: Rhubarb Compote

Rhubarb compote is a great topping for your vanilla ice cream, fruit pies, or yogurt.

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College of Health and Human Sciences 2017 Alumni Awards – nominate today!

The College of Health and Human Sciences has started accepting nominations for the fourth year of its alumni awards program. All nominations need to be received by Monday, July 10 by 5 p.m. MDT in order to be considered.

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No joke: Student-brewed Weiz Guy Hefeweizen part of learning the science of fermentation

Rachel McKinney changed her major a couple of times before finding her calling in the Colorado State University Fermentation Science and Technology Program.

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CSU brewers awarded silver medals at national beer championship

Student brewers from CSU have again taken medals at the U.S. Open College Beer Championship.

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Wdowik nutrition column: Recognize and treat iron deficiency

If you often feel tired or run down despite getting adequate sleep, it’s time to consider the possibility of iron deficiency.

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Grilled chicken with fresh cherry salsa

This light and fresh cherry salsa makes a tasty, and beautiful, addition to your summer grilling.

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Fermentation science grad brews up a second career

Sometimes it only takes one class to sell you on a program of study. For Kelsey Snyder, that class was FTEC 460 – Brewing Science and Technology. Snyder is graduating in May with a degree in fermentation science and technology.

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