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Healthy Upgrades for Every Meal

  By Caitlin Cammack & Rachel Sanders RD Do you often find yourself reaching for the same items at breakfast, lunch, and dinner? As students, we can become too busy to think outside of the box when it comes to creativity in the dining hall. Many students have their “go-to” meals, and let’s face it…… Continue reading Healthy Upgrades for Every Meal

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In Case You Missed It: Recovery Meals

A couple weeks back, we hosted a cooking class to celebrate the start of National Nutrition Month with the Liberty Sports Dietitian, Isaac Hicks, RD and Liberty Campus Dietitian, Rachel Sanders, RD.  The class focused on recovery meals accentuate the benefits of physical performance.  Liberty Dining’s Executive Chef, Sarah Falls, created a delicious recovery meal of chicken… Continue reading In Case You Missed It: Recovery Meals

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Journey Towards Better Ingredients

 Cleaning eating is a dietary choice that focuses on choosing foods that are almost exactly the way nature delivered them. The term clean characterizes foods that have undergone little to no processing. Clean is meant to characterize natural rawness. For example, a person who is choosing to eat clean will seek out vegetables that have… Continue reading Journey Towards Better Ingredients

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It’s Only 30 Days

By Rachel Sanders MPH, RD and Emily Crouch, Nutrition Intern, Liberty Dining by Sodexo When you think of the Whole30 diet, what comes to your mind? A quick fix? Difficult choices? Rules? A life changing experience? Or only eating whole foods? Well, the Whole30 diet, designed and launched in 2009 by Dallas and Melissa Hartwig,… Continue reading It’s Only 30 Days