Ohio State research team conducted a double-blind, randomized crossover trial to determine if the type of dietary fat could impact cognitive function. The subjects were 51 women (n = 32 breast cancer survivors, n = 19 noncancer controls; mean ± SD age: 53 ± 8 y). The researchers assessed...
 


To understand anti-nutrients we first need to understand nutrients. Nutrients are substances in food that our bodies need to grow and thrive. Macronutrients are needed in larger amounts:  protein, carbohydrate, and fat. Micronutrients including vitamins and minerals are just as important as macronutrients; we simply need them in smaller...
 

Putting together a comprehensive and engaging cooking demonstration is hard work -- but that's about to change.
 

Health fair prizes or incentives can move games, presentations, and activities from good to great!
 


Coronavirus and Diabetes Do you wake up with an occasional sore throat, cough, or watery eyes and immediately think, “coronavirus”! You’re not alone. As the number of cases of COVID19 has surpassed one million in the US, we all await a vaccine in hopes of preventing the potentially deadly disease. To date, over 100,000 people ... Diabetes and Coronavirus Advice
Cooking

From left to right: squash, corn, lettuce, mulberries, tomatoes, peaches, mushrooms, fennel, parsley, cherries, and potatoes. Farmer's markets have started to wake up again. Going shopping outdoors with social distancing is a great way to stay healthy and get out of the house! These 11 items cost just under...
Cooking, Kids

Summer is here, which means that many kinds of produce are at the very peak of their season. So how can you best celebrate the joys of summer fruit? Check out these 7 remarkable and healthy fruit desserts. They're cold, refreshing, and totally delicious.