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Become a grillmaster by using a food thermometer

MSU extension office Meat quality and the overall eating experience can be improved by using a food thermometer to determine doneness and improve safety at the same. At first inquiry about using a thermometer to measure the degree of doneness in meat and poultry products, it’s common to glean a lot of blank stares, or […]

Try these tasty spud substitutes to take a break from potatoes

MSU extension office It is hard to imagine meat without potatoes. Many of us grew up eating potatoes at most meals, and we likely continued the tradition when we started cooking for ourselves. However, due to change in taste, health or family preferences, we might be searching for alternative side dishes to serve. When you […]

Healthy eating: Preserving zucchini

Lindsey Pung-Terry, MA Supervising & Staff Development Educator Michigan State University Extension At a recent food preservation class, the topic of preserving zucchini was discussed. Participants asked why canning zucchini was not recommended. Recommendations for canning summer squashes, including zucchini that you may have seen in past United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) bulletins, have […]

U.S. Surgeon General Believes the Physical Therapy Profession is a Key Player in the Fight against Opioid Misuse

Dr. Ed Enriquez, PT, DPT, COMPT, CSCT, DN Cert., Dip. Osteopractor, CSMT, FAAOMT. The physical therapy profession has an important role to play in improving public health on multiple fronts and you won’t get any arguments from U.S. Surgeon General Jerome Adams, MD, MPH. In fact, you might get the rhetorical equivalent of a high-five. […]

Do food cues really have an influence on our food intake?

Lindsey Pung-Terry, MSU Ext Have you noticed that holidays, events, celebrations and even family and friends can have an influence on the food choices we make? Whether these choices are impacting our diets in positive or negative ways, we can always be more conscious about the influences that may be impacting us. Being able to […]

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