March is National Nutrition Month. Celebrate By Paying More Attention To What You Eat.
Eating healthy can be done without spending a lot of money. Find out how by reading Eating Right on A Budget.
Breakfast is one of the most important meals of the day. Click here to learn how to Power Up with Breakfast.
Learn how to pick healthy snacks. Take a look at Smart Snacking for Adults and Teens.
Celebrate National Nutrition Month by trying to make something different. Here are four healthy recipes.
See how much you know about nutrition by completing this Nutrition Word Search.
Additional information about diabetes can be found on the American Diabetes Association Website at http://www.diabetes.org/diabetes-basics/For individuals with diabetes, eating healthy is important. One way to do this is by eating whole grains to assist in building a healthy plate. Find out more about ways to add whole grains into your diet at http://www.choosemyplate.gov/food-groups/downloads/TenTips/DGTipsheet4MakeHalfYourGrainsWhole.pdf.
Mushroom Barley Soup is a diabetic friendly food. Try the recipe http://recipefinder.nal.usda.gov/recipes/mushroom-barley-soup
Discover how much you know about diabetes by trying this crossword puzzle. http://www.p-h.com/diabetes/pdfs/dia072allpuz.pdf?NS_cid=31
Broccoli Slaw with PearSweet & Savory Kale Sauteed ApplesBlack Bean BrownieHeart Healthy Cooking for African Americans (very large 3.5 Mbpdf)Best Bowl of Oatmeal (covers different types & basic cooking) (small pdf)Blueberry Oatmeal Muffin (small pdf)Apple Crumble (small pdf)Pasta with Sun Dried Tomatoes (small pdf)
Keeping CleanProper Hand Washing (medium sized 500KB pdf)Food Safety - Is In Your Hands (large 2.5MB pdf)
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