Did you know that someone can be food secure and still be nutrition insecure at the same time? We define nutrition insecurity, give its causes, and possible solutions.
Subscribe Leave this field empty if you’re human: https://youtube.com/watch?v=/2yHpMc2_A9I?feature=share Food Rx in Arkansas Well Fed and the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences (UAMS) East Regional Campus in Helena-West Helena are partnering to combat nutritional insecurity through a food prescription program and research study called Good Food Rx. The program works with UAMS patients who […]
The heart is one of the most important organs in the human body. Yet while it single-handedly gives us life, it is the most common leading cause of death in the United States. Ana, a dietetics graduate student, will help you discover the risk factors and what can be done to prevent them.
Children who eat poorly are more likely to develop certain long-term health problems later down the road. Hear from our dietetics intern as she explains the importance of childhood nutrition and what Well Fed is doing to help!
Bad puns aside, when was the last time you thought about your kidneys? Unless you’re one of the 37 million people in the US with some form of chronic kidney disease, you probably haven’t given them much thought. Make two fists with your hands right now. Don’t worry if you’re in a public space, pretend […]
What determines our health? Dr. Bortz likes to explain it using the life of a car. There are 4 factors that determine the life of a car. It’s the same with humans. This is the biological determinants of health.
Arkansas has some of the highest barriers to accessing SNAP Benefits. We dive into a study done by the AHRA and UAMS that interviewed actual SNAP participants.
Subscribe Leave this field empty if you’re human: 4 minute read Covid-19 did a number on people with food insecurity If asked what the trending health issue was between 2020 and 2022 there’s no doubt the answer would be Covid-19. The economic impact after the lockdowns and the increased number of hospitalizations and deaths […]