Recipes for LIFE series: Strawberry- Ricotta Bruschetta
Looking for a sensational appetizer to share with friends and family this weekend? Look no further than this decadent Strawberry-Ricotta Bruschetta. This recipe combines the sweet taste of fresh strawberries with the indulgent texture of ricotta cheese. Add on some pomegranate seeds and the savory taste of the balsamic reduction, and you have a healthy and tasty appetizer, and everyone will be demanding this recipe!
Recipes for LIFE Series: Golden Beet Salad
Hey there, we’re diving into a refreshing and lively salad today, soaking in all those spring vibes. It’s not just a salad—it’s a showstopper perfect for sharing with your favorite people or treating yourself to a bit of soul-soothing, indulgent self-care.
Recipes for LIFE series: Turkey Meatballs Teriyaki
Let’s continue celebrate 2024 with a delicious and healthy recipe. These versatile turkey meatballs teriyaki make a great appetizer or add Asian mixed vegetables for quick midweek meal.
Recipes for LIFE- Spicy Red Pepper Hummus
During this holiday season filled with parties and plenty of food, why not try a healthy and delicious recipe for your next occasion? This hummus recipe is not only tasty but versatile and can be served with anything from crispy bread bites, pita bread, vegetables or gluten-free crackers. Celebrate in style today!
Healing Food Insecurity on College Campuses
It seems strange to bring up food insecurity right before Thanksgiving, but the stark contrast between the haves and have nots makes this issue much more apparent. Food insecurity among college students is a major problem that often hides in the shadows or gets swept under the rug to maintain a shiny optimistic view of college life. And yet there is always hope, starting here within the Life University (Life U) community to do what we can to ensure the well-being and nourishment of body and mind for our students.
Campus Dietetics in Action with Cathy Tillery – Podcast
Figuring out the best ways to help Life University students and student athletes learn how to eat well is a full time job. Campus Dietitian Cathy Tillery explains the challenges that many students in the Life U community face as many of them are learning for the first time how to manage their own dietary needs.
Don’t be Salty: How to Cut Back on Sodium
Sodium (salt) is a delicious and sneaky mineral that is fine in moderation, but like many good things in life, too much of it can spell trouble for your health and nutrition. It can be really easy to consume excessive amounts of salt if you don’t pay attention to what you are eating, especially if you habitually buy processed foods or hit up the drive-thru. Let’s take control with some healthy habits for reduced salt intake.
Is it healthy to keep a food journal?
Have you ever been having a quiet night at home, snuggled up on the couch watching a good movie, snacking mindlessly on chips or popcorn only to discover you have demolished the entire bag? Been there, done that, bought the t-shirt. Of course, an occasional overindulgence is not the end of the world, but if you worry your eating habits are getting out of hand, a food journal could do the trick.
Delicious and Herbaceous: Healthy Herbs to Add to Your Cooking
It’s good practice to make sure there are a lot of green leafy vegetables and herbs on your plate for added flavor and nutrients, as opposed to relying on excess salt. Here’s a list of herbs to heap into your grocery cart.