September is Spotlight on Malnutrition Month

Malnutrition is defined as inadequate nutrition (over or undernutrition) and it is prevalent in our communities. As nutrition professionals, it is our responsibility to identify when patients/clients are malnourished or at risk for malnutrition. Proper nutrition can reduce length of stay in the hospital setting, improve quality of life, and reduce the risk for nutrition... Continue Reading →

Healthy Summer Recipes & Nutrition Facts

With this summer heat wave, it’s important to keep cool and stay hydrated. Out in the garden at Stony Brook Heights Rooftop Farm, all this sunlight has been feeding our lovely produce to flourish: herbs like mint, basil and cilantro, fruits like strawberries and watermelon, to vegetables like swiss chard and zucchini. Here are some fun recipes... Continue Reading →

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