KRNC practicum student Elle McGinn
The Kendall Reagan Nutrition Center is starting a new eight-week class Jan. 18 to help people manage their diabetes through nutrition, cooking and physical activity — the first of its kind in Northern Colorado.
Two Food Science and Human Nutrition students received scholarships from the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics Foundation.
The College of Health and Human Sciences Alumni Awards recognize alumni of the College who have distinguished themselves and brought honor to Colorado State University through their career achievements, community service, and volunteer efforts.
On December 9, students and scholarship donors gathered for the annual College of Health and Human Sciences Scholarship Brunch at the Lincoln Center in Fort Collins.
You can preserve the essence of traditional recipes while making them more nutritious. Many ingredients are easily substituted for healthier alternatives without changing key flavors.
Spices do more than boost flavor; they also provide health benefits without adding extra calories.
Fall 2017 Food Science and Human Nutrition outstanding grad and first-generation student Allegra Vazquez grew up in Denver and came to CSU after hearing many great things about the campus and community.
Antioxidants are like warriors in your body, fighting against free radicals and oxidative stress.