Spring Out on These Vegetables

Written by Lyssandra Guerra, Nutrition Consultant graduate This article was originally featured on Lyssandra’s Native Palms Nutrition blog. It has been re-posted with permission from the author. If you haven’t noticed, it’s spring! Spring in the Bay Area is so predictably unpredictable. One day it’s hot and sunny and the next it’s drab and windy. Read More

What Are Macronutrients?

Macronutrients are nutritional components that are required by the body in large amounts and also provide calories (or energy) [1]. Every food we eat contains a combination of 3 macronutrients: carbohydrates, protein, and fat. Each macronutrient is important and has a specific job to perform in the body. Carbohydrates Carbohydrates are converted into the body’s Read More

Edible Answers to Insomnia?

A Search for Nutritional Solutions for Sleepless Nights Written and illustrated by Lila Volkas, Nutrition Consultant student This article was originally featured on KQED’s Bay Area Bites blog. It has been re-posted with permission from the editor. Darn. It’s the third night in a row that I’ve woken up at 3am feeling wide-awake. And I’ve done Read More

Smoothie Bowl 2018 Instagram Contest

We’re celebrating Super Bowl LII the Bauman College way with our #SmoothieBowl2018 Instagram contest starting January 20th! We want to see your beautiful, colorful smoothie bowls, but with a Bauman College twist. Health-Supportive Smoothie Ingredients Smoothies are a delicious way to add more healthy fruits and vegetables to your diet, but can often become low-fiber, Read More

Boost Your Nutrition with Turmeric

By Jaime Askew, Nutrition Consultant Instructor Booster Foods A term coined by Bauman College founder, Dr. Ed Bauman, “Booster Foods” refer to nutrient-dense foods that are rich in vitamins, minerals, and phytonutrients. These foods are all well known for their therapeutic qualities and the nutritional depth they bring to the diet. Booster Foods Primarily Include: Herbs Read More

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