Learn all about carbohydrates, proteins and fats with this easy read, short handout.
The USDA recommends 2300 mg of sodium or LESS daily, which is about a teaspoon. Although this limit may vary, it is still important that you roughly know the salt content of your favorite foods by reading the label.
Learn how sodium affects hypertension and how we can make small changes to decrease sodium in our diet.
How does my digestive system work?
It’s very important to understand how to read nutrition labels and be able to make informed decisions about the nutrients you are consuming.
Want to know what foods contain high levels of a certain vitamin or mineral? Download this useful handout!
Infographic highlighting several foods high in vitamin D to incorporate in a vegetarian diet.
Learn all about Vitamin D; Why we need it, how much we need of it, and where to get it.
Easy recipe to make your own electrolyte drink. For those who are active and need to hydrate quickly to replenish nutrients lost through sweat.