What are some top spring foods of dietitians? Dietetics faculty member, Daniela Novotny, RD, shares her favorite spring foods. It’s spring and that means many fresh produce is in season. Daniela Novotny, a registered dietitian and biomedical sciences instructor at Missouri State University, shares two of her favorite spring foods with Southern Living … [Read more...] about Spring Foods
As is our tradition, we have a new winner for the BMS 430 Training Table Potluck. Lauren Pavel, an MSU swimmer and dietetics major, created the winning recipe. Students voted her "Black Bean and Feta Salsa" their favorite dish, which would be good for an athlete, as it is high in fiber and protein, with a good balance of carbohydrates too. Black Bean and Feta … [Read more...] about Sports Nutrition Recipe Winner!
This post, Holiday Survival Guide, was written by Mary Chiles, a graduate assistant in the Office of Web and New Media and re-posted with permission. Posted on December 13, 2016 by Mary Chiles The holidays can be a time of joy and happiness as you relax around a brightly lit Christmas tree. You’ve bought perfect presents and toiled selflessly over homemade candies. … [Read more...] about Holiday Survival Guide
Hands-down, we had a favorite in our annual BMS 430 Sports Nutrition "Training Table Potluck." The Honey Ranch Chicken Wrap, developed by student Fatima Washington, was the winner of "best recipe" for the majority of students. This wrap is an excellent combination of meat, grains, and vegetables--a delicious, nutritious choice! The Honey Ranch Chicken … [Read more...] about Eating to Win: Honey Ranch Chicken Wraps
In the Southwest Missouri region, about 16% of people are food insecure. Almost 67% of people in the Ozark region have to make the decision between buying groceries or paying for utilities. Ozarks Food Harvest (OFH) is a food bank that helps combat this food insecurity by providing food from various donors to the community. MSU Care is a clinic affiliated with Mercy. It … [Read more...] about MSU Care Clinic and Ozarks Food Harvest