March is National Nutrition Month, and we are celebrating by sharing great recipes every week. Check out Week 1’s recipe from our nutrition team, Summer Bean Salad, for a healthy and inexpensive meal for Monday or any day of the week. Or download or print a copy by clicking here.

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The beverages you choose play a bigger impact on your health than you may think. Consuming large amounts of sugary beverages may increase your chances of diabetes, heart disease, and obesity. Sugary beverages contain added sugar. Added sugars are considered “empty calories” because they have no nutritional value, yet they […]

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Written by Jamie Williams, Keiser University Dietetic Intern Cooking doesn’t always have to be a chore. It can be creative, exciting, and fun for the whole family. Although our hectic schedules may not always allow, strive to prepare one meal a week together with your family, or simply make a […]

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Judging by all the pumpkin spiced latte, pumpkin spiced cookies and treats, and all the many other pumpkin spiced inspired items being advertised everywhere you turn, I think it is safe to say it is officially fall. Though we may not have all our leaves turning orange and red, or […]

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As temperatures rise, there’s no better time to enjoy Florida cucumbers! Cucumbers come in a wide variety of colors, shapes, sizes and textures. There are the traditional green-colored cucumbers, as well as white and yellow ones. They may be short, slightly oval or even round in shape. The skin on […]

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Did you know that March 11th is  Registered Dietitians and Nutritionists Day? Don’t forget to wish them a “Happy RDN Day!” March kicks off National Nutrition Month. This year’s theme is “Bite into a Healthy Lifestyle.” Here are 5 ways you can do just that.

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