Nutrition

  • November 1, 2015

    Agriculture: America’s Next Recession?

    By Chef Greg Reith Recent studies continue to show the state’s rapid population growth with a dramatic contrasting decrease in agriculture water rights, lands, and products. If public and private sectors continue to reduce farmlands in favor of commercial and residential real estate, we can be sure our agricultural integrity...

  • November 1, 2015

    Ten Reasons to Eat Well During the Holidays

    By Emily Fonnesbeck RD, CD While the holidays are known for being a time of celebration, reflection, gratitude and love, they are also known to be busy and stressful.  It’s easy in the rush to forget yourself and your self-care practices.  I consider eating well–meaning eating regular, balanced meals–a very...

  • September 1, 2015

    Making a Case For Carbohydrates and Fats

    By Emily Fonnesbeck, RD, CD I’ve found that the decade of life you started dieting likely dictates what macronutrient you are afraid of.  The ‘90s were all about fat-free (which was miserable) and today fat is a dieter’s friend and carbohydrates are the enemy (equally as miserable).  I’m certainly glad...

  • September 1, 2015

    Agriculture Update with Chef Greg: We Rise In Fall

    By Chef Greg Reith Every summer for the last four years, I have expanded micro-farming projects all throughout the city and deep in to our rural agricultural communities. Originally, the goals were to provide sustainable, low maintenance, minimal land use, “micro-farms” that our community could come to rely on for...

  • July 3, 2015

    Feeding Your Family: Division of Responsibility

    By Emily Fonnesbeck RD, CD Family mealtimes can be so overwhelming. Many things can contribute to that: picky eaters, lack of time, sporadic or conflicting schedules among family members, to say nothing about concern over preparing nutritionally adequate meals for a large variety of people. It is easy for meal...

  • July 3, 2015

    DXATC Debut of Culinary Program

    By SGHW Magazine Staff DXATC is cooking! Literally. The College is pleased to announce the opening of its Culinary Academy. With expert chefs Greg Reith and Jessi Cox as directors, residents of Washington County now have access to big city caliber cooking classes. Chef Greg and Chef Jessi have extraordinary backgrounds....

  • July 3, 2015

    Fresh, Healthy Eats at George’s Corner Restaurant

    What’s better than spending some time in Ancestor Square, where locals gather to enjoy entertainment, community and fresh local produce? Spending time at Ancestor Square after grabbing a healthy bite to eat at George’s Corner of course! George’s eclectic mix of fresh foods is sourced locally whenever possible (often grown...

  • July 2, 2015

    Agricultural Update: A Conversation with Chef Greg and Niki Warner

    Two of our columnists got together to bring their respective backgrounds and perspectives to a classroom at Dixie High School, teaching students the science and economics of uber-healthy, instantly gratifying, micro-green production.  These two self-proclaimed agricultural geeks are passionate about food and crazy about nutrition. Here is their follow-up conversation: ...

  • July 1, 2015

    The Cure for the Modern Plague: Combating and Controlling Type...

    By Amber M. Rich and Teri Koenig, MS It’s been ingrained in us since they put the food pyramid on our milk cartons, and piped “Chicken Fat” into school gymnasiums. Still, eating right and exercising ranks right up there with flossing and helmets as the most neglected common sense on...

  • May 13, 2015

    Summer Nutrition: Take it Outside

    By Mary Brown, Registered Dietitian What are some of your favorite summer activities? They might include going for a hike, growing a garden, having a picnic or garden party, or inviting friends over for a BBQ. All of these fun activities include enjoying food while outdoors. Here are a few...

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