October 17, 2017 – The science on food and nutrients and their relationship to disease is complex, especially related to cancer. Cancer in and of itself is a complex disease that is not fully understood. As consumers, we often find ourselves inundated with the latest nutrition “story of the day” and often that story conflicts with a headline we may have seen only a week before. This simply makes trying to differentiate science and nutrition guidance more confusing. Scientists at the UNC Nutrition Research Institute (NRI) are working very hard to understand the intricacies of diet, nutrients, and their relationship to cancer prevention and progression.
October 17, 2017 – Chef Megan Lambert, MS, RD, Senior Instructor in College of Culinary Arts atJohnson & Wales University, Charlotte, prepared healthy, delightful recipes while Steph Saullo, RD of the UNC Nutrition Research Institute, shared nutrition information on each recipe. The recipes from the October 17 Appetite For Life are available here for your cooking enjoyment!
April 1, 2017 • Cooking for Nourishment: Recipes from the March 16 Appetite For Life presentation by Chef Megan Lambert and Steph Saullo, R.D. […]