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Proposition 65, officially known as the Safe Drinking Water and Toxic Enforcement Act of 1986, was enacted as a ballot initiative in November 1986. The proposition protects the state's drinking water sources from being contaminated with chemicals known to cause cancer,...

This is a wonderful toolkit for urban gardeners who want to grow their own foods or just adding a garden of cool shady green spaces in the community. It is available in our library and you can click here to access it. 

"New" is a little misleading. It's not entirely new because I am reusing an old website to transform it into this new project. I have been thinking of how to integrate My Community Nutrition with the new information that I am getting from my new training in Traditional...

A new version of the Physical Activity Guidelines for Americans is added to our Resource Library. You can access it here

I am so humbled to be among this group of awesome people to embark on our 4+ years journey of Traditional Chinese Medicine at Yo San University. 

Written by Megan L Chavis

The word diet has come to mean many different things. Many people think of passing fad diets that have come and gone over the years, just hearing or reading the word. I bet at least four popped into your head just after reading that first sente...

 Seed Library of Los Angeles is expanding their outreach to South Los Angeles area. I've been collaborating with them on many projects. For this particular event, I was there to help promote their community meet and greet activities. I took pictures and interviewed the...

An updated version of the Eat Healthy, Be Active community nutrition workbook is now available on our website. This is a valuable  resource for community educators to lead nutrition workshops on issues like healthy eating and physical exercise. 

One of my clients forwarded me an article about the effects of processed foods on the human microbiome. I usually don't read and blog about any article that anybody sends my way. This particular article caught my attention because there are lots of buzz out there about...

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