Healthful eating chat with IU Health dietitian Stacey Matavuli Mar. 10, 2015 - MODERATOR: Good morning and welcome to today's health chat with Stacey Matavuli. Stacey is an Indiana University Health Bloomington dietitian and with March being ... Planning for St. Patrick's Feb. 9, 2015 - Cabbage is a food often associated with next month—March—and more specifically, St. Patrick’s Day. We thought we’d give you a jump on your planning by selec ... Health Benefits of a Citrus Blast Jan. 12, 2015 - Citrus fruits come in many colors and sizes. Oranges, limes, lemons, grapefruits, tangerines—all are well-known for their vitamin C content.
According to information gathere ... All Hail Kale Dec. 8, 2014 - Packed full of nutrients, this super green makes a tasty addition to soups and salads, or simply sautéed for a stand-alone side dish. Kale is easy to find at the FarmersR ... Recipe Remakes Nov. 14, 2014 - Holidays are a time we celebrate, come together with our families and friends and enjoy some great food. There are several ways to enjoy the holiday season and still stick to your ... Latest on Salt Nov. 10, 2014 - High levels of daily salt intake, usually over 12,000 milligrams, could shorten a person’s life span and raise risk for heart disease, kidney disease, and high blood pressure ... Fresh Pick Nov. 10, 2014 - An apple a day keeps the doctor away. Well, as long as it’s not an apple pie a day.
Apples are so commonplace, they’re often pushed aside for more glamorous fruits, suc ... Fresh Picks Oct. 13, 2014 - Parsnips are one of the few vegetables that you don’t want to harvest before a frost. Cold weather helps convert some of the starch to sugar, which makes them sweeter. They l ... Go Meatless on Mondays Oct. 13, 2014 - A global effort now popular in 35 countries brimming with countless health and environmental benefits is about to take hold locally: introducing Meatless Monday!
Touted by organiza ... Fresh Pick Sept. 8, 2014 - Green beans are among vegetables in season from June to September. Although they’re called green beans, they also grow purple and white.
According to Bon Appetit magazine, gr ... Nutrition chat with dietitian Stacey Matavuli Aug. 19, 2014 - MODERATOR: Good morning and welcome to today's nutrition chat with Indiana University Health Bloomington dietitian Stacey Matavuli.
Thanks f ... Fresh Picks Aug. 11, 2014 - August is prime season for eating fresh cantaloupe, and Indiana is a prime place for growing the fruit, also called muskmelons.
According to the website nutrition-and-you.com, it ... Food of Summer July 14, 2014 - Two highlights of summers in Indiana are freshly grown tomatoes and sweet corn.
Today’s topic is the latter.
Prime season for sweet corn in Indiana is July 5 to Aug. 31, acco ... Fire Up Your Grill June 9, 2014 - It’s a classic summer scene: a family gathered for an outdoor meal, waiting for grilled food to come out from the smoke with a sizzle, crispy texture, and if done without cau ... Super Berry June 9, 2014 - Blueberries are on anyone’s list of superfoods.
WebMD.com lists the tasty fruit as one of those foods powerful enough to help lower your cholesterol and reduce your risk of ... One Bell of a Time May 12, 2014 - Bell peppers can add color and unique flavors to many recipes. They also can be served raw, which makes them perfect for salads or as a complement to dips. As you can see at your l ... Fresh Picks Mar. 10, 2014 - Chives are among the herbs in season in March. Many sources cite the tiny onion as their favorite herb for cooking.
According to Bon Appetit, chives should be uniformly green, cris ... Fresh Picks Feb. 10, 2014 - Jicama:
The pronunciation of this bulbous root vegetable is “HEE-cah-mah.” It’s similar in texture to the turnip, but tastes a little like an apple. Cooking Light ... Vitamin Cabbage Jan. 13, 2014 - What vegetable could possibly contain more vitamin C than an orange? Would you guess cabbage?
Cabbage, part of the brassica family, also known as cruciferous vegetables, is one of ... Beneficial Brussels Dec. 9, 2013 - If you look at a brussels sprout and think, “Well, that looks like a tiny cabbage”—you’re right! The brussels sprout is in the cabbage family and a cousin o ... Nutrition and more Nov. 15, 2013 - QUESTION: MODERATOR: Good morning, and welcome to today's health chat with Stacey Matavuli, an Indiana University Health Bloomington dietitian. It's always the ...