Whitney Helton, graduate student in nutrition
Warm up this cold winter season by making this Mexican hot chocolate recipe. It's perfect for those times you want to make your hot chocolate a little more decadent.
Try adding old fashioned oats in place of some of the flour for a more nutritious flapjack.
Join us for cooking with chocolate! The Kendall Reagan Nutrition Center presents: Valentine's Date Night Cooking Class on Feb. 16.
Instead of focusing on cutting foods out of your diet, emphasize these nourishing foods in your meals. Small changes overtime will add up to big benefits for your health.
Don't let your money or food go to waste by freezing your fruits and vegetables to preserve them.
Warm up and fill up with this delicious soup that features many popular winter ingredients. Make a double batch of cranberry relish to enjoy with other favorite winter dishes.
While imperfect produce might appear wrinkled or misshapen, they are perfectly nutritious. In fact, there is no nutritional difference seen between pretty produce and these misfits that are often overlooked.