Tune into KY3 early in the morning on Friday, December 20th for a special Christmas Mug Cake cooking demo with dietetics faculty member, Natalie Allen and KY3 anchor, Paul Adler. This fun recipe is a great way to celebrate the holidays with family! … [Read more...] about Christmas Mug Cake Cooking Demo with Paul Adler
For our annual recipe contest in BMS 430, Sports Nutrition, students voted a surprising dish as their favorite. Spaghetti Squash Pizza Casserole was a hit. The dish was prepared by MSU softball player, Darby Joerling, who is an Kinesiology major with a minor in Nutrition. Good luck to Darby and the softball team in their upcoming season. This main dish is a great dinner … [Read more...] about Training Table Best Recipe
Are you a dietetics major researching dietetic internships? MSU’s dietetic internship has several unique options for students. Dietetic interns design a 6-week rotation in one of our community-based concentration areas of rural health or public affairs. Within this experience, interns fulfill nutrition needs in the community. In addition, students have the opportunity to … [Read more...] about MSU’s Dietetic Internship Study Abroad Opportunities
There are so many types of milk to choose from nowadays. From cow's milk to soy milk to almond milk and more, how do you choose the best milk to drink? Natalie Allen, a registered dietitian and clinical instructor of biomedical sciences at Missouri State University, offers some helpful information to The Washington Post. … [Read more...] about What type of milk is best for you?
Learn how to make three easy and delicious goodies from Natalie Allen, registered dietitian and clinical instructor of biomedical sciences at Missouri State University. Quick and easy salsa This item has a fun, spicy twist for the holidays. It’s a great option for people trying to go easy on desserts over the holidays. Ingredients 2 cans of Original RO-TEL 1 28-oz … [Read more...] about Make your own food gifts for the holidays