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Eating For Life Alliance

AMY GARDNER / October 17, 2011

We’d like to spread the word about a great local resource for universities, their students and families.  The Eating for Life Alliance is an organization dedicated to connecting colleges communities to eating disorder information, protocols and national experts in the field.  We encourage you...

Is Your Toddler Getting Enough Iron?

AMY GARDNER / July 26, 2011

Iron is an essential nutrient for toddlers.  Yet, it’s often deficient in their diets.  Unfortunately, the foods toddlers typically prefer (i.e. crackers, yogurt, cheese and fruit) are not great sources of iron.  A pediatrician recently mentioned that many parents misperceive milk as...

Going Greek with Your Yogurt?

AMY GARDNER / July 20, 2011

Have you noticed the transformation in the yogurt selection over the past few years?  If not, you probably don’t eat much yogurt.  It’s hard to miss the Greek yogurt trend.  So, what makes this yogurt so special?  Here’s an article summarizing it’s...

Edamame Succotash

AMY GARDNER / June 10, 2011

This dish is always a big hit so I thought I’d share it.  It’s a very easy, flexible recipe that evolved out of a hodgepodge of ingredients I had in my kitchen and some inspiration from an edamame dish I had at Whole...

Mood Boosters

AMY GARDNER / May 18, 2011

Need a little pick-me-up?  I imagine we all could use one in this weather.  Thankfully, it looks like the sun is finally making an appearance.  Unfortunately, many people struggle with more than just the rainy day blahs.  Depression effects over 18.8 million Americans and is most...