Going Gluten-Free

If you’ve been told by your doctor to remove gluten from your diet, it can be confusing as to what that actually means. It also depends on why your doctor is recommending you to do so. If you have been diagnosed with Celiac disease (an autoimmune disease that affects <2% of the population) you will […]

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A Day in the Life of a Nutrition Student

Hi everyone, I’m Caitlin! I’m a sophomore at CCBC and my field of study is Health Science with a focus in Community Health. After I receive my bachelors, I will be studying to become a Registered Dietitian. I’ll be transferring to Towson University in the Spring of 2019. I moved to Baltimore, Maryland from West […]

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Favorite Farmer’s Market Recipes

Summer time means that Farmer’s Markets are open and offer some of the most fresh and delicious local produce. These recipes are inspired by a recent trip to the Fallsway Market on Sunday mornings in Baltimore and feature ingredients like fresh corn, blueberries, and peaches.  Corn and Blueberry Salad  Ingredients   6 ears fresh sweet corn, husked   1 ½ cups fresh […]

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Family Vacations-How to Indulge Without Guilt

What kind of vacation do you go on in the summer?  Is it a caramel popcorn, Thrasher fries, Candy Kitchen, and ice cream trip to the beach?  A hamburger and hotdog, family restaurant trip to the lake? Maybe it’s a jet setting adventure that includes airport food and tasty local cuisine.  Wherever your vacation destination […]

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