Food and Health

Athletes use sports drinks to provide energy, maintain hydration, and improve performance. At the same time, consumers reach for lower calorie, lower sugar sports drinks as tasty thirst-quenchers, even when those people are not physically active. Let’s take a closer look at sports drinks to see whether they’re good...
 

Looking for compelling nutrition posters to brighten your walls with motivation and education? You have come to the right place!
 

With these incredible kits and resources, all you have to do is place your order, then sit back and wait for your materials to arrive.
 
Food and Health, Prevention

Remember when you could buy tuna canned in water or oil and these were the only options? Now the choices seem endless. Can or pouch? Light, albacore, or yellowfin? Lemon Dill or Spicy Thai Chili? Add in nutrition concerns like sodium and omega-3 fatty acids, and buying a simple can of tuna can be overwhelming! To cut through all the craziness, let’s take a closer look at tuna…
Food and Health

After researching the most common sugary drinks and their typical servings sizes, I used my handy-dandy exercise calculator to find out how much work it would take to burn off the calories in popular beverages. I turned what I found into a new handout, which you can download for free today!


Interactive Activity Ideas Week has come to a close and here is the grand finale!
Food and Health, Prevention

Boy oh boy, do we have news updates for you! The world of nutrition and health research has been on fire lately, so today I'd like to take a few minutes to break down some of the key stories in the media...