- Complete April 2015 Newsletter
- April Practitioner Resources
- April Handout Set
Bonus -- White Label Newsletter:
- This is the newsletter that you can distribute as your own!
- It's in Word format.
- Feel free to make changes or add your logo.
- You can save it as a PDF when you are ready to distribute it.
- Use it in email, websites, blogs, or as a handout.
NEW -- Articles for April:
New U.S. Dietary Guidelines to Drop Cholesterol Limits - by James J. Kenney PhD, FACN
Activity Ideas: Nutrition Facts Memory and Healthful Cooking Project - by Judy Doherty, PC II
Recipe: Beet Orange and Green Salad - by Judy Doherty, PC II
Recipe: Radish Salad - by Judy Doherty, PC II
Handout: Energy Myths - by Lynn Grieger RDN, CDE, CPT, CWC
Handout: The Skinny on Grains - by Beth Rosen, MS, RD
Handout: Egg Shopping Cheat Sheet - by Cheryle Jones Syracuse, MS
Handout: 3 Cancer Risk Reduction Strategies - by Judy Doherty, PC II
April Monthly Theme Card:
Links for April:
Calendar Ideas for April:
Alcohol Awareness Month: Alcohol: Is Wine Really the Best?
Cancer Control Month: CPE: Fiber, Fruits, Vegetables, and Risk of Cancer
Counseling Awareness Month: Dietary Counseling and Its Impact on the Heart
Florida Tomato Month: Pasta with Roasted Marinara Sauce
Garden Month: 3 Ways Adding Vegetables to Your Diet Can Help You Save Calories
Humor Month: Food News: Funny Names
Irritable Bowel Syndrome Awareness Month: Do Gut Microbes Impact Health?
Pecan Month: Maple Pecan Scones
Soy Foods Month: Soy Smoothie Step-by-Step Cooking Demonstration
Stress Awareness Month: Relax with Savory Teas
National Public Health Week (April 6-12): Healing Foods for a Healthy Life
TV Turnoff Week (April 12-18): "Limit Screen Time" and Other Highlights of the Dietary Guidelines for Americans
Check out the fantastic Cancer Control Month resources in the Nutrition Education Store!
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