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Cookie dough balls made healthy

These vegan chocolate chip cookie dough balls not only taste great and satisfy that sweet tooth, but they are also packed with protein and serve as a healthy alternative to store-bought, highly-processed cookie dough.

By Elizabeth Dye

March 17, 2014

Cookie dough is arguably every woman’s best friend — and immortal enemy. While cookie dough can provide a world of comfort for a stressed student during midterm week, once that first bite is taken, it can be difficult to ever stop. And, with the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics’ National Nutrit...

Dish of the Week: Colorful edamame salad

Colorful edamame salad, a recipe from the University of Illinois Wellness Center’s Recipe Box, is a healthy dish to try during March, which is Nutrition and Dietetics’ National Nutrition Month.

By Stephanie Kim

March 3, 2014

With shredded carrots, spinach leaves, cherry tomatoes and more, this colorful edamame salad will give you a fresh start to Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics’ National Nutrition Month.   It may even revive short-lived New Year’s resolutions related to healthy eating. Whatever the case may be, one thing...

Illini challenged by Louisville, look to build off comeback victory

Illinois' Shayla Mutz fights for control of the ball during the soccer game against Gonzaga at the Illinois Soccer and Track Stadium on Friday, Aug 19, 2011. In their game against Louisville on Sunday, Mutz said Illinois' defense was tested and ultimately pulled through.

By Dan Longo

August 29, 2011

The Illinois soccer team "battled from behind":https://www.dailyillini.com/index.php/article/2011/08/illinois_soccer_comes_from_behind_in_first_offensive_test_of_season Sunday to beat Louisville in extra time 2-1. With the first three games of the season being blowouts, Illinois’ new high-powered offens...