Kimchi Avocado Quesadilla Recipe

Who loves kimchi and avocados? This recipe combines both kimchi and avocados in a tortilla. A kimchi-avocado quesadilla! This easy recipe could be made in just 15 minutes! The ingredients are simple. Here’s the recipe! Ingredients 2 tbsp of butter 1 cup of cabbage kimchi (drained and chopped) 2 flour tortillas 1.5 cups of gratedContinue reading “Kimchi Avocado Quesadilla Recipe”

Make room for the shrooms!!

By Lisa Aparicio, UC Davis Nutrition Peer Counselor ❌ Myth: Only hippies eat mushrooms. ✔️ Truth: Mushrooms have many health benefits for everyone! Have you ever tried mushrooms? Yes, the brown/white earthy button looking fungi.  I understand if you might feel a little uncertain about them or look at them in disgust. I was onceContinue reading “Make room for the shrooms!!”

Abandon Culture for “health”?

By Veronica Gomez, UC Davis Nutrition Peer Counselor We always hear about eating “healthy” in the context of the American diet. When we think of changing our eating habits, the average student will envision a diet completely different than what they are accustomed to. Suddenly, this student has to cut out all cultural foods andContinue reading “Abandon Culture for “health”?”

5 ways Meditation can make you a MORE EFFICIENT student!

By Lisa Aparicio, UC Davis Nutrition Peer Counselor Welcome Back Aggies! Fall quarter 2022 has just begun and we are ready to start it off right by prioritizing our mental/physical health and wellness. Cheers to another year of progress towards our goals! We are back again this year providing you with information and tips surroundingContinue reading 5 ways Meditation can make you a MORE EFFICIENT student!”

3 Important Nutrients for College Students

By Elisha Aispuro, UC Davis Nutrition Peer Counselor The life of a college student is hectic, unpredictable, and caffeine-driven for many. Long hours of studying with so many other responsibilities make it difficult to prioritize mental and physical well-being. This lack of time, in addition to other barriers, such as limited access to nutrient-dense foods,Continue reading “3 Important Nutrients for College Students”

Vitamin D, “The Sunshine Vitamin”

By Angela Feng, UC Davis Healthy Aggie What is the “Sunshine Vitamin” you may ask? It’s your friend vitamin D! You might be thinking, “Oh, now they are going to educate me on foods high in vitamin D.” Actually…not quite. The best way to get vitamin D is from the sun! By being exposed toContinue reading “Vitamin D, “The Sunshine Vitamin””