What’s in Season in Winter

In the late fall and winter months, seasonal vegetables can seem sparse and uninteresting after riding the coattails of summer’s avocado and tomato bounty. However, many varieties of satiating root vegetables and antioxidant-rich leafy greens are available, which are perfect for the cold winter months. Here is a handy list* of produce that is in

Roasted Brussels Sprouts + Toasted Walnuts with Dijon Vinaigrette

Walnuts provide healthy fats that are necessary to support a robust cardiovascular system. They also contain arginine, an amino acid that relaxes blood vessels and prevents build-up in the arteries. In this recipe, they are toasted over low heat to preserve their healthful fats and add a bit of crunch. Brussels sprouts are a nutrient-dense,

Alumni Spotlight + Recipe: Keiko Ichinose

My name is Keiko Ichinose, and I am a Natural Chef. Living in different cities throughout the U.S., traveling abroad, and exploring different cultures, I have always orbited around food. It was the point with which I centered my day. It was what I looked forward to the most. So, when I decided to leave

Bauman College Staff Holiday Gift Guide

Another year has flown by and the winter holidays are already upon us. For many, this season is dedicated to searching for the perfect gifts for loved ones. Heading into the cold and braving the holiday shopping craze is not for the faint of heart, nor is it easy on the budget. It can be

Fresh Herb Salad with Apples + Spiced Walnuts

Thanksgiving meals can be heavy with a plethora of rich flavors and satiating dishes like candied yams, roasted turkey, and dinner rolls. Adding this salad to your menu will round out the flavors of your meal. The crispness of the green apples, radishes, and scallions paired with the brightness of parsley, cilantro, and thyme meld

Emerald Collard Salad With Balsamic Vinaigrette

Just because summer is over doesn’t mean your love affair with salads has to end. With fall in full swing and winter drawing nearer it is time to embrace deep evergreens, blood red, and crisp autumn yellow colors – in our food that is (not just our wardrobe). Try this delicious collard green salad to titillate your

Student Spotlight + Recipe: Mollie Lowery

My name is Mollie Lowery and I am enrolled in the Nutrition Consultant Training Program. I am originally from a small town in the Sierra Nevada mountains. My family moved to the Bay Area when I was a teenager. I have always been passionate about health and have felt destined to be a healer. While

Finding Your Blood Sugar Sweet Spot

By Lila Volkas, N.C. We have entered the season of pumpkin-spiced treats, when these drinks, cookies, pies, and breads take over our kitchens and fill the counters of every cafe on every corner. We know that they are hard to resist, but they can wreak havoc on your blood glucose levels, making you feel moody,

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