Success in the Marshall Islands has inspired educators with hope for the Pima tribes of Arizona. Food, not genetics, will turn the diabetes epidemic around.
Kathryn Pollard, MS
Highly nutritious pulses, or dried legumes, are honored by the United Nations as an essential part of the human diet.
Autumn months bring forth cooling temperatures and a desire for thick, warm, satisfying soups. This split pea soup highlights the root vegetables of fall.
The T. Colin Campbell Center for Nutrition Studies presents: Tip of the Day by Kathy Pollard, Instructor for our courses.
C-reactive protein is a molecule produced in the body that is used as a non-specific marker of inflammation. This molecule can be measured in the blood and, although it doesn’t identify the source of inflammation, be it from an infection, injury or virus, its levels rise in response to inflammation in the body.