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Central Missouri Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics

Do you feel better when you eat better? Of course you do! JENNIFER BEAN, MS, RDN, LD, tells us about a study that looks into how food affects anxiety and depression. (Links below) Also, Carpet One Floor and Home's SCOTT BRADLEY has ideas if you're looking to install eco-friendly, durable, fade-resistant laminate flooring in your home. (4:11) June 11, 2019

Self-described 'head muggle' JENNIFER ROBERTS invites everyone to the Columbia Kiwanis Club's 7th annual Harry Potter Trivia Night - a fundraiser for Beads of Courage! Also, MICHAEL O'HALLORAN, RN, LD, tells us about the many ways we can keep our bones healthy this month - think calcium! - which is Osteoporosis Awareness Month. (4:21) May 17, 2019

Which category are you in? The one that says I eat a variety of foods or the one that says I eat the same 10 things all the time? JEAN HOWARD, RN, says that if you take the time to write down what you eat, "you'd be surprised how your food comes in just a few headlines." Also, NICK FOSTER tells us about Voluntary Action Center's early days, and how - after 50 years - it is still an important resource in our community. (4:00) April 9, 2019

'Magic Arts' is the theme of the next Second Saturday for Kids at Orr Street Studios in Columbia! CATHERINE PARKE says kids ages 5-15 are invited to come and participate and learn from featured artist Dennis Murphy! Also, JENNIFER SNAWDER, RN, challenges us to change something about our eating habits that perhaps has been bothering us for awhile - after all, March is National Nutrition Month! (3:10) March 6, 2019

The 9th annual Wild and Scenic Film Festival returns this Sunday to The Blue Note in downtown Columbia. Missouri River Relief's KEVIN TOSIE tells us about a couple of the featured films, including Sriram Murali's 'Lost in Light', a film about light pollution. Also, February is American Heart Month. Hy-Vee dietitian MICHAEL O'HALLORAN, RD, LD, says that by adding a little more fiber to our diet (specifically oats), we can help our body lower our LDL cholesterol. (3:29) February 5, 2019

'Tis the season to eat what we want - or is it? Dietitian GINGER MEYER says that one way to keep from over-eating during the holidays is to "hit the pause button" at meal time. Also, Missouri Symphony conductor KIRK TREVOR invites everyone to celebrate the season at the 8th annual 'Symphony of Toys' this Sunday at the Missouri Theatre. Your child might just be chosen to conduct the orchestra! (4:44) December 11, 2018

Dietitian LeANN ROBLEY, Central Missouri Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, tells us why we should be consuming both plant protein and animal protein in our daily diet. She says one benefit of plant protein is that it doesn't contain cholesterol. Also, ALEX GEORGE talks about all things 'Unbound'! Columbia's popular (and ever-growing!) book festival will return next April with keynote speaker author George Saunders. (4:32) November 15, 2018

Let your children's imagination run wild with a little help from local comedy troupe The Stable Boys this Saturday at Orr Street Studios in Columbia! It's all part of 'Second Saturday for Kids', and the theme this month is "Unscripted Improvisational Arts." Guests: CATHERINE PARKE and KATHLEEN JOHNSON | Also, KRISTEN EIFFERT, Central Missouri Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, invites parents with young children to a Halloween-themed 'Families in the Kitchen' next Saturday at the Columbia Public Library. Space is limited! (4:42) October 9, 2018

Central Missouri Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics' KATIE SHELTON and LAURA MAKAREWICZ share tips on how to stay hydrated during these hot summer days. Prevention is key! | Also, JOHN and JENNIFER WAMPLER recently lost their 10 year-old daughter Elizabeth to cancer. As a means of honoring her memory, the Lizzy's Walk of Faith Foundation is hosting a walk/run September 15th in Columbia. Proceeds will benefit St. Jude's. (4:26) August 9, 2018

If 'fast food from the garden' sounds like a tasty idea to you, don't miss dietitian JENNIFER BEAN's ideas to "build a better bowl." Also, LAURIE MATTHEWS stops by to tell us how easy it is to participate in this Saturday's annual Letter Carriers' Food Drive! (You should have received a paper sack in the mail by now.) (4:50) May 8, 2018

Today Paul Pepper visits with JENNIFER SNAWDER, RD, about National Nutrition Month! The theme this year is "Going Further with Food." How do we do that? Jennifer says it's as easy as making sure you eat a balanced breakfast, and/or that you're packing a light snack while out running errands. Also, find out more about an event (later this month) titled "Which Milk Is Right For Me?" At [4:22] MARILYN McLEOD invites everyone to a special candidate forum March 13th at the Columbia Public Library. This event, sponsored by the League of Women Voters, is your chance to hear from those running for public office ahead of the general elections on April 3rd. March 6, 2018

Today Paul Pepper visits with WALLY PFEFFER about the 16th annual Boone County Legislative Forum on Higher Education. This is your chance to visit with legislators like Sen. Caleb Rowden and Rep. Martha Stevens, among others, about the future of Mizzou. This event is open to MMA members, non-members and students - reserve your seat today! At [4:48] JENNIFER SNAWDER, RD, Central Missouri Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, shares tips on how to eat healthy during these cold winter months. Get her take on eating in versus eating out; and just what makes those green veggies so good for us? Watch! January 22, 2018

Today Paul Pepper visits with KRISTEN EIFFERT, Central Missouri Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, about mindful eating during the holidays. Kristen says that the average American gains 7-10 pounds between Thanksgiving and New Years. How can you avoid gaining all that weight? For starters, be aware of what you're eating and when you're eating it. At [5:27] MAKENZIE MABRY and JON CODY invite everyone to the next Science on Tap CoMo this Wednesday at Craft Beer Cellar in downtown Columbia! Graduate students Emily Sinnott and Eddie Ramirez with share their research on the Bobwhite quail and "introgression," respectively. December 11, 2017

Today Paul Pepper visits with musician JOHN HOWLAND about a free bluegrass/southern gospel benefit concert this Saturday in Jefferson City! Come see local band 'Missing Pieces' perform popular tunes like "I'll Fly Away," "Daddy Sang Bass" and "There Will Be A Fountain." Non-perishable food donations will be given to the First Presbyterian Church Food Pantry. At [5:12] JENNIFER BEAN, Central Missouri Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, reminds us to continue eating healthy, even during the winter months. How? One way is to find out if your local farmers market has an indoor location. Seasonal produce year-round! November 2, 2017 

Today Paul Pepper visits with ELIZABETH BRAATEN PALMIERI about GreenHouse Theatre Project's latest production, Henrik Ibsen's "Peer Gynt." Join the adventure outside Fretboard Coffee and Artlandish Gallery in the North Village Arts District this Wednesday through Sunday! At [4:54] HANNAH GARRAD tells us all about this Saturday's "Kids in the Kitchen" class at the Columbia Public Library. On the menu will be berry smoothies and salad kabobs (yes, salad kabobs) - register today! Sponsored by the Central Missouri Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. June 19, 2017

Today Paul Pepper and KRISTEN EIFFERT talk about the next 'Kids in the Kitchen' event, happening this Saturday at the Daniel Boone Regional Library. Registration is encouraged - watch for details! At [2:35] CINDY MUSTARD and ED HANSON invite everyone to a special event at the historic Columbia Cemetery on Memorial Day. Local actors will be "bringing the cemetery alive" by way of 3-4 minute vignettes based on the person whose grave they stand. For instance, Ed will portray University of Missouri president John Lathrop. Other notables include 'Blind' Boone and Jane Froman. It really will be fun for the whole family! May 18, 2017

Today Paul Pepper visits with KRISTEN EIFFERT, Central Missouri Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, about another 'Kids in the Kitchen' class happening April 29th at the Columbia Public Library! It'll be a Cinco De Mayo theme, so get ready to make four different Mexican-style recipes! At [3:12] HEATHER HARLAN, Phoenix Health Programs, Inc., sheds a little light on the recent opioid epidemic, and provides three myths. For some perspective, did you know 1,066 Missourians died of an opioid overdose in 2015? Do you know why? Heather says it's because there's been a "perfect storm of science and policy." April 19, 2017

Today Paul Pepper visits with JUDY ARNET, RD, about National Nutrition Month and healthy eating choices. If you're looking to change your diet but struggling with where to start, Judy offers easy and simple tips that don't upend everything you know! Looking for more? Come to 'Frozen Meals and More' at the Columbia Public Library March 28. At [4:44] CHRIS OLIVER is here with details on "Sinners and Saints: The Heroes and Villains of Broadway," also known as MU Theatre Department's Musical Revue. Songs from seventeen Broadway and Off-Broadway productions will be a part of this weekend's showcase at the Corner Playhouse in Columbia! Did your favorite make the cut? Watch! March 14, 2017

Today Paul Pepper visits with ERIN BROWN, an organizer of the first annual CoMo Wellness Conference. This event aims to inform participants about how you can "use food as medicine." Erin goes on to say that "what and how you eat is so very important to preventing...and treating diseases." Register today! At [4:13] JENNIFER BEAN, MS, RD/LD, Central Missouri Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, tells us about a new "coordinated" program at the University of Missouri that gives dietitians-to-be a choice when it comes to obtaining the necessary training and education. Watch! February 15, 2017

Today Paul Pepper visits with the Columbia Public Library's PATRICIA MILLER about the next 'Kids in the Kitchen' cooking class, hosted by the Central Missouri Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics! For the adults, be sure and join Mizzou grad student Hannah Turnbull for a presentation about incorporating avocados into your diet. It's all a part of 'Heart Healthy Month' and space is limited - watch for details! At [3:48] WALLY PFEFFER joins us with information about the 15th Annual Boone County Legislative Forum, presented by the Mizzou Alumni Association. Everyone's invited to come and visit with senators and representatives from this area tomorrow night at Grand Cru in Columbia. January 25, 2017

Today Paul Pepper welcomes back JENNIFER BEAN, Dietician with the Central Missouri Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics! Jennifer recommends that you spend your calories on what only comes around during the holiday season (i.e. Grandma's pie), because "you can have mashed potatoes any day of the year." Watch for more tips! At [5:25] ROSE VOMUND returns with information about Services for Independent Living's in-home services program. Are you in need of a nurse or direct support professional to come to you? If you're Medicaid-approved, SIL can help! December 13, 2016

Today Paul Pepper visits with ED HANSON, Artistic Director of Talking Horse Productions, about the 2nd annual "Starting Gate New Play Festival." This year's theme is Feast/Famine. Enjoy six 'wonderfully diverse' plays that 'celebrate the craft of playwriting' at THP starting tomorrow through Sunday! At [4:38] JANICE RAMBO, Central Missouri Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, stops by to "empower" grade schoolers to start snacking healthy! How do we get them to do it? Janice says we have to make it visible, convenient, effortless and great-tasting. Sounds easy enough... November 10, 2016

Today Paul Pepper visits with JENNIFER BEAN, Central Missouri Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, about how a person decides that they need to visit a dietitian. While most think that a dietitian's job only revolves around food, Jennifer says that, "most of the time, we're dealing with health and improving quality of life." If that sounds like you, don't miss this interview! At [4:35] NICK FOSTER, Executive Director of the Voluntary Action Center, talks about their popular Adopt-a-Family Christmas program. Nick says that he's seen more families than ever this year, so consider becoming a volunteer! Also, don't miss "The Voice Mid-Missouri," an important fundraiser for VAC starring you! October 11, 2016

Today Paul Pepper visits with Missouri Symphony Society Executive Director, JANE WHITESIDES, about auditions now underway for a new male and female youth choir called 'Columbia Conservatory Chorus.' There a just a few days left, so don't miss out! At [3:51] JENNIFER BEAN, from the Central Missouri Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, tells us about the benefits of coconut water. Never heard of it? It's basically liquid from a coconut that hasn't aged. Interesting conversation - watch! September 7, 2016

Today Paul Pepper and dietitian KRISTEN EIFFERT, Central Missouri Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, talk about the next "Kids in the Kitchen" cooking class. This time around your 3-9 year-old will learn how to make healthy back-to-school snacks! Registration opens tomorrow - watch for details. At [3:58] GLOVER BROWN and RHONDA SWEET tell us about the efforts behind the Historic Food District Memorial Project, and how you can get involved! Glover says, "we're trying to not let the memory of Lafayette Street be forgotten...it's one of the original streets in Jefferson City." August 1, 2016

Today Paul Pepper and KRISTEN EIFFERT, Central Missouri Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, celebrate National Ice Cream Month early by making homemade ice cream! Your kids can too, thanks to a class next month at the Columbia Public Library. Get details on that, plus an easy-to-make recipe you can do at home! At [3:38] LIZ SENSINTAFFAR invites everyone to help break ground on Woodhaven's planned age-in-place apartments this Sunday at Rock Bridge Christian Church. Make plans to attend this special dedication! June 22, 2016

Today Paul Pepper chats with JANICE RAMBO, Central Missouri Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, about eating fresh produce, and the best way to cook it - think you know? The answer may surprise you! At [4:47] GreenHouse Theatre Project's ELIZABETH BRAATEN PALMIERI invites everyone to come see an original production called "To the Sea." Elizabeth says, "it's all about life and death, but it's a comedy, too." Catch it starting June 1st inside Imago Art Gallery in downtown Columbia! May 26, 2016

Today Paul Pepper chats with DIANA MOXON, Executive Director of the Columbia Art League, about "Chromophobia." Are you afraid of certain colors? If so, perhaps you should stay away from this exhibit...or not! Find out how CAL artists interpret that subject in their work when the show opens next week! At [3:50] dietician JUDY ARNET tells us about Access to Healthy Food and their partnership with the Farmers Market. Did you know SNAP and WIC-eligible families can receive matching sums up to $25 on fruits and vegetables? Watch for details! April 19, 2016

Today Paul Pepper visits with DIANA MOXON, Executive Director of the Columbia Art League, about CAL's annual summer art camp for kids. Enrollment is now open for the one-week sessions - don't miss what's in store for this year. At [4:13] VICTORIA SAMTER and HANNA TURNBALL, Central Missouri Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, talk about new dietary guidelines for sugar. Did you know "added sugar" is now its own category? What does that mean? Watch! March 29, 2016

Today Paul Pepper visits with DR. SUZANNE BURGOYNE, director of MU Theatre's "Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead." Dr. Burgoyne takes us inside the making of this comedy, which - at it's most basic of descriptions - is 'theatre about theatre.' Don't miss it starting tonight in the Rhynsburger Theatre. At [4:28] JUDY ARNET, Central Missouri Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, encourages everyone to 'savor the flavor of eating right,' which also happens to be the theme of National Nutrition Month! February 24, 2016

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