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Who is a Natural Chef?

People bring therapeutic cooking into their lives for many reasons. Whether you or a loved one experience a sudden illness that makes you think twice about what you eat or you just notice more and more stories coming out about the health benefits of certain foods, there seems to be something to the notion of … Read More

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Curious about what’s really in the food in your supermarket aisles?

Curious about what’s really in the food in your supermarket aisles? Tune in to Dr. Michael Smith’s Healthy Talk show today at 12:00pm PST on RadioMD.com as he and Bauman College Graduate Mira Dessy let us know how to navigate our supermarket’s shelves of packaged foods to find the food that is actually healthy for us. They also will let … Read More

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Eating Tips for Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD)

By Mira Dessy, Certified Nutrition Educator As the days get shorter, some people also transition into Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD), a form of depression that may affect as many as seven out of ten Americans. Believed to be caused by the reduced exposure to sunlight and a drop in serotonin levels, SAD may be further fueled by our … Read More

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A Salad That Makes The Cut

Last Saturday, Dr Ed Bauman and some of our graduates, Chef Tina Green, Nataliya Bryantsev, N.C., Annaka Karle, N.C., and Nancy Chiao, N.C. cooked up some delicious food at the San Francisco Greater Good Fair. Here’s an easy salad that made the cut: Quinoa Kale Tabouli Salad Ingredients 2 cups quinoa, rinsed thoroughly 4 cups vegetable stock or water … Read More

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Sunday Soup

Brought to you by Bauman College Natural Chef graduate, Erin Weldon: Creamy Tahini Zucchini Soup 1 sliced leek 5 chopped zucchini 2 smashed garlic cloves a few twigs of fresh time vegetable broth a can of chickpeas a tablespoon of tahini smoked sea salt a pinch of white pepper Simmer the following until soft : … Read More

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Eat Your Beans

A little nutrition lesson + recipe from Bauman College Natural Chef graduate, Gina Gibbons:   Beans are extremely low in fat content (typically about 1-2%). They contain cholesterol-lowering fiber which also helps prevent blood sugar spikes, making them a great food for people with diabetes, insulin resistance or hypoglycemia. They contain significant amounts of antioxidants, folic acid, … Read More

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Texas Fit Chicks

Combining fitness with healthy food passion, Bauman College grad Jessica Apodaca is bringing a holistic workout program to the women of North Austin through Texas Fit Chicks.

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The Organic Gypsy

Bauman College graduate Bridgett Blough is bringing holistic nutrition to Michigan via her Organic Gypsy food truck.  

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Bauman College on An Organic Conversation – Healthy Junk Food

Check out Bauman College Nutrition Program Director Jimmy Wilson on An Organic Conversation where she joins the radio team to discuss the topic of Healthy Junk Food: Satisfying Your Cravings Naturally. An Organic Conversation is hosted by Helge Hellberg, Mark Mulcahy, and Sitarani Palomar. It’s a weekly inspiration for anyone who eats. On this week’s show … Read More

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Saying “I Love You” With Chocolate Just Got Better

Author: Jodi Friedlander, NC, is a Bauman College graduate, NANP Board Certified as a Holistic Nutrition Consultant. She is the Nutrition Curriculum Consultant for Bauman College: Holistic Nutrition and Culinary Arts, as well as the author and co-author of their textbooks and many articles that can be found on the school’s website and in its publications. In addition, she maintains … Read More

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