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Avocado Season

By Francisco T Rodriguez, DTR, CSUN Dietetic Intern

Now that football season has come to an end, you probably spent Sunday evening yelling, crying, and laughing hysterically at your television.  Let’s now shift our focus from football and talk about the foods you ate.  If you attended a football party, you were most likely surrounded by an array of delicious foods that you probably ate without hesitation and are now regretting such as Nachos, hot dogs, guacamole and chips, hamburgers- the list goes on.  But before you feel guilty about Sunday’s splurge, let me brighten your day up just a little bit.  Continue reading

Making Healthier Choices When Eating Out

  By: Itzel Dzul H., B.S., CSUN Dietetic Intern

Oftentimes, our busy schedule makes it difficult to make time to prepare home cooked meals. We might also find that our weekends involve going out to eat for special occasions and socializing. Next thing you know, we are eating out more often than we should. Throughout the years as a student, I learned that it is possible to make healthier choices when going out. Continue reading