Hi everyone. I am currently a recent graduate with a bachelors of science in public health. I absolutely love public health and the idea of prevention. With that said, I found two masters coordinated programs nearby me. However, one is an MS and the other is an MPH. I am really torn. They are both the same price, so cost isn't a factor. The MPH program is about 1 hour and 15 minutes of a commute
At some point in my career I'd like to become an educator. I'm not sure what I should be doing to set myself up for success or where I should start looking for experiences to add to my resume in that area. I would love any guidance or suggestions :) Thank you!
From what I can find everywhere, quinoa flour has about 5-6 times as much carbs as protein. However a maker of quinoa snack chips shows per serving protein 9g, carbs 12g, fat 6g. The ingredients are quinoa flour, potato starch, corn starch, sunflower oil, sugar, salt -- or something like that. Definitely no other source of added protein. If this is actually some type of quinoa protein concentra
I never really paid attention, but the other day I happen to look at the nutritional value and it said .5mg of protein per serving!
I was shocked. Beans are usually a good sorce of protein. I then tried looking it up and some sites mention how its such a good source of lean protein, while others concur with the virtually no protein.
anyone know why such a descrepensy and which is right?
I am a student of Carnegie Mellon University and I am working on a project where I want to design an app that helps people with specific diet needs or diet plans find grocery store products that best match their diet needs. It would be absolutely wonderful if you could answer a few questions and help me understand your field better.
1) Do your clients ask you for grocery store produ
I'm currently a state employee at a local WIC clinic & have been working for WIC as an RD for almost 1 yr. I'm looking into different options of expanding my experience/knowledge base so I've been researching information on joining the military as a reservist. However, there's so much information & links to different sites on the military websites that it's a bit overwhelming.