All Colorado State University (CSU) researcher Laura Bellows wanted to do was make a difference in people’s lives. She ended up being recognized as one of the most promising young scientists in the country. On Sept. 26, President Obama selected Bellows to receive the 2011 Presidential Early Career Award for Scientists and Engineers (PECASE) in honor of her research into childhood obesity prevention. PECASE annually recognizes scientists and engineers whose work enters the frontiers of science and technology
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FallFest sponsors could be required to list the items they will distribute to students after pills wrapped in plastic bags were given as free samples Sunday night. Complete Nutrition, a nutritional supplement retail store, paid $250 for a table at FallFest
As I watered my garden this morning and admired my green, red and black kale  , I was struck by the simple importance of diversity. In the 1991 film, ” Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves  ,” a small white-skinned, English peasant girl sees her first dark skinned Muslim and asks him, “Why did God paint you black?” He smiles and answers, “Because Allah loves infinite variety.” The way Morgan Freeman  delivers that line makes me smile every time I hear it because life certainly does love — and depend upon — infinite variety. Diversity is not simply a politically correct term
Increasingly, consumers want to know where their food comes from, how it is produced, and what impact their choices are having on the environment. The standard “Nutrition Facts” label provides information on ingredients and calories, but says nothing about where a food came from, nor the energy and natural resources expended in its production. Is it time for an “eco-nutrition label” that provides information on both nutrients as well as the environmental impacts of production
wakame and quinoa salad That’s right, marathon-training season is upon us. While the right shoes, fancy pants, a committed running partner and clinic or training plan are key to a successful run we don’t often hear people ask ‘So, what are you eating?” Being a self-professed ‘Nutrition Nerd’, Jacqueline asked Georgia Morley ( lululemon founder Chip Wilson’s chef and holistic nutrition super star ) for some expert advice. Training for a marathon means essentially running a bunch of mini-marathons
If you regularly tune into nutrition news you probably hear and see words like antioxidant and glycemic index often, but do you really know what they mean?
Earlier this year, I was accepted into a program here at school called TRIO Student Support Services. I applied because they help students in the program pay for college; that was my primary reason for applying was to receive free money. However, there are also a lot of requirements I must fulfill each semester to stay a member of TRIO, including monthly meetings with a counselor/staff member and going to various workshops
by Monica Reinagel, M.S., L.D./N. A Nutrition Diva fan recently asked a question about how nutrition affects the brain and I thought this would make a great topic. Laura wants to know whether certain foods or nutrients “are important for good brain function, particularly for memory and critical thinking.” How Nutrition Affects Your Brain Your brain is a nutrition hog; it needs a lot of different nutrients in order to develop and function properly