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Super Foods are typically plant-based, unprocessed foods that are high in antioxidants and other nutrients that can help lower cholesterol and blood pressure. These natural foods – such as broccoli, blueberries, tomatoes and oranges – also help lower the risk of ailments such as heart disease and cancer. Among the other health benefits, they can even help improve your mood.
“Savor Super Foods” was the theme set by the St. Jude Clinical Nutrition staff as it celebrated National Nutrition Month with a series of events in March.
St. Jude Senior Executive Chef Miles McMath launched the celebration March 3 with a food demonstration. McMath explained ways to prepare healthy snacks with ingredients that can be found in the common home. During National Nutrition Month, Clinical Nutrition recognized Registered Dietitian’s Day, which took place March 10. Registered Dietitian Whitney Orth discussed the benefits of Super Foods and presented food samples and handouts to the audience. St. Jude Wellness Coordinator Kendra Cox of WellWorX hosted an exercise class March 17 for participants who were ready to break into the spring season with a workout plan.
The month-long recognition concluded with a performance by the “Salad Sisters,” comprised of Anna-Catherine Booth of Food Services and Patricia Carreras. Through their performance, Booth and Carreras explained the benefits of eating super foods and offered tips on how to prepare them.