• G is for Green Beans

    I know, I know….we skipped the letter ‘F’. Actually, it works out that ‘F’ and ‘I’ go together in this series. Stay tuned a couple more weeks to find out the scoop (pun intended). In the meantime, let’s look at…

  • E is for Eggs

    The bad rap suffered by eggs in the media for the past few decades is completely unwarranted. Eggs are the culinary “multi-tasker”. They can go from a quick, savory breakfast to a sweet, satisfying dessert with ease. To top it…

  • D is for Dill

    Dill adds a unique, delicate flavor to recipes. When looking for dill in your grocery store, make sure that the stems and fronds (leaves) are crisp. If you aren’t going to use fresh dill right away, make sure to wrap…

  • C is for Cottage Cheese

    Before I dive into cottage cheese, I want to give you a little background on why I chose cottage cheese for the letter ‘C’ above the plethora of other yummy ‘C’ foods. Growing up I would be classified as your…

  • B is for Berries

    Every time I step into the grocery store and see those small plastic containers filled with fresh red raspberries, I’m instantly transported back to the memory of picking berries with my grandparents. It’s July, the sun is warm on my…

  • A is for Avocado

    Avocado is a great addition to any meal or snack. Haas avocados are a good source of Folate (vitamin B9) which has been found to support brain function. They also assist the body in the transport of vitamins A, D,…

  • Series : Food Fun from A to Z

    Introducing a new series here on the Nutrition Anthropology blog – Food Fun from A to Z! After all, food is meant to be enjoyed and we want to show you fun ways to enjoy foods throughout the alphabet (Spoiler…

  • What is Nutrition Anthropology?

    Before we jump into Nutrition Anthropology specifically, I think it would be a good idea to define anthropology itself. According to Merriam-Webster, anthropology is “the science of human beings; especially: the study of human beings and their ancestors through time…