DIY Kombucha

By Lila Volkas, Nutrition Consultant Alumna + Owner of Kombucha to the People What is Kombucha? Kombucha is the bubbly, sometimes sweet, and tangy drink that has taken over grocery store refrigerators across the country. This trendy beverage has been around for hundreds of years and is made by fermenting tea with sugar using what

We Need Your Help

We are preparing to write an exciting new chapter in the incredible Bauman College story, but we cannot do it alone. Please read about the journey on which we are about to embark, and if you’re able, we humbly ask that you donate to help us to help those in most need. You can donate by clicking here or by reading

Inflammation 101

By Lila Volkas, Nutrition Consultant Alumna The internet is chock full of “anti-inflammatory” foods, beverages, herbs, and supplements. But what is inflammation and why do we want to reduce it? The word “inflame” means to “light on fire.” When our bodies encounter something harmful, like injury, infection, or stress, they react with the “heat” of inflammation. Inflammation

Nutrigenetics: Genetics + Personalized Nutrition

By Alla Marinow, B.A., N.C., Bauman College Alumna Genetics + You Genetics is the new buzzword in the health industry. Initially, taking a genetic test satisfied our curiosity about our ancestral roots. Now, many people take genetic tests to determine whether they have predispositions to diseases. Some fear that the results from genetic testing are

5 Benefits of Attending Nutrition School

By Salima Saunders, Nutrition Consultant Alumna I’ve always been passionate about nutrition and enjoyed sharing health tips and tricks, but I never thought I could turn this pastime into a career. Then, as a second-year MBA student, I decided to simultaneously pursue my passion for nutrition by enrolling in Bauman College’s Nutrition Consultant Program. After

We’ve Partnered with Phat Beets Produce

The Bauman College Natural Chef Program is thrilled to announce a new partnership with the amazing, Oakland-based organization, Phat Beets Produce! Our culinary students will now be learning to create Eating for Health® dishes using their produce. Phat Beets provides seasonal veggie boxes to the local community sourced from farmers they select based on specific

Peanut Butter Zucchini Quick Bread

This easy-to-make quick bread is not only gluten- and grain-free, but it is also high in healthy fats and protein! A perfect nutritious and delicious snack.   Save Print Peanut Butter Zucchini Quick Bread Author: Bauman College Serves: 12   Ingredients 1 cup peanut butter, unsweetened 2 large eggs 1 Tbs vanilla ⅓ cup + 1 tsp coconut

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