With social activity limited and stress levels high during the COVID-19 pandemic, keeping up a nutritious diet can be difficult but is important to maintain.
Despite the easy access of high calorie, high fat, and sugary options available to college students, establishing better nutrition habits could be easier than you think.
Schools are an important source of childhood nutrition, but having healthful foods available is only part of the solution to childhood obesity.
Some love it. Some hate it. How does boba compare to other sweetened beverages?
Rumors of people using food stamps to purchase lobster and steak paint the picture that life on SNAP is luxurious and easy. The truth is often the opposite.
A college student browses the aisles of Safeway and Trader Joe’s as their shopping persona takes over — they touch all the items lined up on the shelves and slowly peruse all the cereals and snacks lined up on the walls. However, knowing they can’t purchase them with food stamps leaves them merely imagining what they taste like.
by Rachel Crowley Students challenge themselves to make healthy nutritional change after learning about the nutritional content of foods around campus March 1st marks the beginning of a campus wide attempt to limit the intake of added sugar: the commencement of the 21-Day Sugar Savvy
By Melanie Tina Mascarenhas As we all know, summer typically brings us days of cloudless skies and up to fifteen hours of warm sunshine. This beautiful weather often comes with temperatures in the upper 80’s and 90’s and often times surpasses 100 degrees for a
By Sukhbir Kaur Riding northbound from Fremont to Downtown Berkeley on Bart, I must have passed at least a dozen billboards advertising everything from lottery tickets to the latest smartphones. However, one sign in particular stood out to me. The front end of the billboard
by Nisha Sarla Chandra A new study published in the New England journal of medicine in early February 2013 definitively shows the effect that diet can have on one’s cardiovascular health. The 5-year long study, which took place in Spain, used participants who were at