Eating habits have been disrupted by stay-at-home orders and can be adding to the variety of other stressors you are currently dealing with.
Author Archives: Kendall Reagan Nutrition Center
Fried rice is a great way to use up leftover produce. It is traditionally made with white rice but can be made with brown rice for a nuttier flavor, texture, and more fiber.
Cooking can be a challenge right now when you’re trying to avoid going out to the store. So here are some easy pantry meals that you can make with the foods you might have in your fridge, freezer, and pantry.
If you’re looking for a healthy, hot meal in a hurry, you’ll love this quick and easy chili from the Kendall Reagan Nutrition Center.
Kendall Reagan Nutrition Center encourages CSU to celebrate healthy eating for March’s National Nutrition Month
Using less than 10 ingredients, this is a quick and easy ice cream recipe that only takes five minutes.
Start your day with an antioxidant-rich breakfast, try dark leafy greens in the winter and fresh tomatoes and zucchini in the summer.
The Kendall Reagan Nutrition Center is putting on an eight-week weight management and mindful eating program.
Appreciate the spicy flavors of gingerbread as a savory holiday side dish, in this recipe from the Kendall Reagan Nutrition Center.
White beans add protein and fiber while dark chocolate and cranberries add antioxidants to give this common fall favorite a nutritious boost!