Tag: Healthy Cooking on a Budget

Getting your seafood fill without breaking the (ocean) bank

By Nicole St. Louis, Senior Nutrition & Health Major, Sargent College Seafood is a great way to get in your protein, healthy omega-3 fats, vitamins and minerals. Millions of people depend on it as their primary source of food. But, as many species increase in demand including salmon and tuna and fisheries get overwhelmed, there is […]

Trick or Treat? Making Sense of the Nutrition Facts Label for Processed Foods

By Nicole St. Louis, Senior Nutrition & Health Major, Sargent College  When you walk into the grocery store, it is very easy to get overwhelmed by all of the options, whether it be in canned foods, pasta, sauces, dairy . . . the list goes on. Halloween is coming, and with that comes the endless aisles […]

Healthy Cooking on a Budget: Quinoa and Vegetable Pilaf

By Emma Balek, Sargent Choice Nutrition Center Practicum Student & Senior Dietetics Student and Sarah Butler Mazerall, MBA, MS, RD, LDN, SCNC Registered Dietitian Recently in the SCNC’s Healthy Cooking on a Budget Class we took on the challenge of making a one dish wonder that gives us all the grains and vegetables we need […]