September 9, 2020
Summer is a great time for outdoor picnics and barbecues, but it also brings a potential for food poisoning if those outdoor treats aren’t kept at a safe temperature. University Medical Center dietician Suzanne Henson said there are several ways to keep potential problems at bay, and she explains how to keep food safe in the summer.
Meat is an important source of protein and iron, but there have been times during the COVID-19 pandemic where meat processing plants were temporarily closed, and meat may not have been as readily available. University Medical Center dietician Suzanne Henson said there are easy ways to incorporate protein and iron into your diet without meat, and she explains how to prepare healthy – and meatless – meals.