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
By Guest Contributor Audrey Bamford, Health Promotions Major at Liberty and heptathlete It’s no secret that Liberty University trains Champions for Christ. But what fuels champions? The new Training Table at the Food Court at Reber-Thomas is one of the new additions to food services on campus. With menus created by Sodexo’s Registered Dietitian Nutritionist… Continue reading Table of Champions
Robin Quay, MS, RDN, registered dietitian nutritionist for Sodexo A few weeks ago, I was down in North Carolina, and I went to this great place for breakfast called Foster’s Market. I ordered a grits bowl, which was grits, topped with a fried egg, black beans, salsa and cheese. I also got a side of bacon.… Continue reading “Grits Bowl”-a Great Breakfast Idea!
Robin Quay, MS, RDN, Registered Dietitian Nutritionist for Sodexo It seems like yellow squash is in abundance this summer. It’s a healthy vegetable providing a good source of vitamin C and many B vitamins. It also has anti-oxidant, anti-inflammatory and anti-cancer properties. It’s anti-oxidant properties are especially important for eye health, as they help protect… Continue reading Squash Muffins!
By Robin Quay,MS, RD, Sodexo Dietitian I’m always looking for new, fun and fresh ways to serve healthy foods. I ran across this idea as part of The Daniel Plan (danielplan.com), and I thought I’d try them as a unique, interesting and healthy side dish. Apples are a good source of Vitamin C, heart healthy… Continue reading Baked Apple “Fries”
Robin Quay, MS, RD, Dietitian for Sodexo People often tell me that the main reason they don’t eat foods that are beneficial for them is because nutritious foods cost more. Yes, fresh vegetables, fruits, whole grains and lean protein are expensive, but so are unhealthy foods. As I did my shopping last week, I noticed… Continue reading Tips for Affordable, Healthful Grocery Shopping