DATE: CATEGORY: Alumni

Sourcing Flavorful + Healthy Extra Virgin Olive Oil

By Claire McCann, Bauman College Alumni + Kitchen Manager My name is Claire McCann and I am the Kitchen Manager at Bauman College. My passion for food and desire to change our society’s relationship with food brought me to the Natural Chef Training Program in the fall of 2015. Around the same time, I started … Read More

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DATE: CATEGORY: Alumni

Alumni Spotlight: Heidi Buttery

This month’s Alumni Spotlight Video features Nutrition Consultant grad, soon-to-be Natural Chef student, and triathlete, Heidi Buttery. Since graduating from Bauman College in 2015, Heidi has started her own business, Nutrition by Heidi, where she provides private nutrition consultations to athletes to help them enhance their performance and recovery. We’re excited to see what this … Read More

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DATE: CATEGORY: Recipes

Student Spotlight: Amber Cooney

Our Natural Chef students are reaching the end of the Spring 2017 term, which means it’s time to demonstrate all of the knowledge that they’ve gained during the past 6 months! At the end of our Natural Chef Training Program, students are required to present a final 45-minute presentation and write a report about a … Read More

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DATE: CATEGORY: Gluten-Free

Seasonal Pesto

In an aromatic sauce like pesto, a little goes a long way in terms of flavor and nutrient power. You can vary the herb or nut choice to support different health conditions. For example, cilantro can be used to aid in chelating heavy metals and walnuts can be used for added omega-3 fats to combat … Read More

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DATE: CATEGORY: Cancer

Boost Your Nutrition with Turmeric

By Jaime Askew, Nutrition Consultant Instructor Booster Foods A term coined by Bauman College founder, Dr. Ed Bauman, “Booster Foods” refer to nutrient-dense foods that are rich in vitamins, minerals, and phytonutrients. These foods are all well known for their therapeutic qualities and the nutritional depth they bring to the diet. Booster Foods Primarily Include: Herbs … Read More

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DATE: CATEGORY: Student Spotlights

Announcing the Donna Kellogg Scholarship Winners!

The Donna Kellogg Scholarship was established in memory of Nutrition Consultant student, Donna Kellogg, who passed away in the Oakland Ghost Ship fire on December 2, 2016. Three $3,300 scholarships have been awarded for the Nutrition Consultant Training Program to the following individuals who intend to use their education to develop or support programs which … Read More

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DATE: CATEGORY: Plant-Based

Nut + Seed Brittle with Mesquite

This high-protein treat uses a natural sweetener, a variety of nutritious nuts and seeds, and mesquite, which comes from the bean pods of the mesquite plant. The beans are ground into a powder and are a great source of soluble fiber, which helps to maintain blood sugar. For tasty variations, substitute different nuts and seeds. … Read More

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DATE: CATEGORY: Uncategorized

Creating Healthy Recipes for Kid Chefs

by Ashley Moulton, Founder, CEO, and Nomster in Chief of Nomster Chef Nomster Chef is a digital library of illustrated recipe storybooks that help kids cook with their parents. I’m on a mission to raise a healthier generation of kids and a happier generation of parents by helping families cook together, and I’m thrilled to share … Read More

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DATE: CATEGORY: What's in Season

What’s in Season in July

Sweet Peppers Though both members of the capsicum family, sweet peppers contain less capsaicin—the molecule responsible for spiciness and heat—than chile peppers, which gives them a comparatively mild taste. A colorful addition to any farmers’ market booth, sweet peppers can be green, orange, red, purple, or even white and brown, based on variety and maturity. … Read More

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DATE: CATEGORY: Alumni

Top 5 Business Building Tips

By Mira Dessy, Board Certified Holistic Health Practioner and Bauman College Alumn There’s an excitement that goes along with graduating from school as a holistic nutrition professional. With that, comes some hesitancy as well. The self-questioning, the worry about being ready, being good enough. For some, the fear of the unknown leads them to become … Read More

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