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Look for Color!
It is recommended to eat five fruits and vegatbles every day for a better health by consuming fiber and antioxidants. However, these benfits apply only if you eat as many differently colored varieties as possible. You can achive this goal by coloring your plates with a rainbow. Try to eat fruits and vegetables from different colors, such as green, yellow and red. A fruit salad with orange, cgerries and kiwi is beautifully colorful and extremely healthy.
Latest News
Dean Nahla Hwalla has been awarded the 2014 Susan Bulkeley Butler Leadership Excellence Award, by the International Breast Cancer and Nutrition (IBCN) group at Purdue University.
Congratulations to our executive committee member Mrs. Sawsan Wazzan for receiving the 2014 Business of the Year Award from BLC bank.
Nutrition and Dietetics, Coordinated Program (NDCP), Department of Nutrition and Food Science at FAFS has received an accreditation from the Accreditation Council for Education in Nutrition and Dietetics (ACEND) in the US.
Latest Events
Series of Lectures by Professor Michael Zimmermann
4/27/2015 5:00 PM - 4/29/2015 6:00 PM
American University of Beirut - Faculty of Agriculture and Food Sciences - Room Agriculture 102
Professor Micheal Zimmerman is the Head of Human Nutrition Department on Switzerland and the Chair of Iodine Global Network. He will be presenting a series of three lectures concerning health and ntrition, each one at 5 pm for one hour.
The Annual Congress of the Lebanese Society of Critical Care Medicine will address nutrition-related issues for critically ill patients.