April is just around the corner, and I've got you covered! Check out the newest nutrition newsletter, packed with resources to make your job easier...
April 2018 for Premium Food and Health Communication Members:
Table of Contents:
- Read offline PDF
- Research update for professionals
- White label newsletter (.docx)
- Shareable articles and handouts
- Graphic of the month
- Special member-only discounts
- New resources from Nutrition Education Store
Here's the entire PDF edition of the April 2018 Newsletter, ready for you to download to read offline or distribute however you see fit!
- Research Update: Heart Diet Also Saves Brain by James J. Kenney, Phd RD, FACN
- White Label Newsletter: Here's the Microsoft Word version of the April white label newsletter that you can distribute however you'd like. You can even add your own logo! This is perfect to copy into emails, blogs, newsletters, and handouts.
Article Links With Handouts to Share with Your Clients:
- Salmon and Red Lentils by Judy Doherty, BS, PC II
- High-Fiber Lentil Soup by Judy Doherty, BS, PC II
- Ways to Eat to Improve Your Sleep by Lynn Grieger, RDN, CDE, CPT, CHWC
- Make Your Grocery Budget Go Further with a Whole Chicken by Lisa Andrews, MEd, RD, LD
- Should You Snack When You Have Diabetes? by Jill Weisenberger, MS, RDN, CDE, CHWC, FAND
- Fun Facts About Brown Rice by Lisa Andrews, MED, RD, LD
- Save the Bread for Last: Carbohydrate Timing Matters by Lisa Andrews, MED, RD, LD
Graphic of the Month:
Have you heard the news? The Dietary Guidelines for Americans are getting an update, and you can help shape them!
According to their press release, “For the first time, the departments will seek public comments on the proposed priority topics and supporting scientific questions that will guide the development of the upcoming 2020-2025 edition.” Want to give feedback? You can do so between now and March 30 – just go to the Federal Register at https://www.cnpp.usda.gov/dietary-guidelines.
The topics the DGA are planning to expand include life stages, adding data for pregnant and breastfeeding women along with children from birth to 24 months of age, and eating patterns, exploring “patterns of what we eat and drink as a whole, on average and over time.” Get more information at https://foodandhealth.com/2020-2025-dietary-guidelines-process-under-way-new-step-added/.
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Stephanie Ronco has been editing for Food and Health Communications since 2011. She graduated from Colorado College magna cum laude with distinction in Comparative Literature. She was elected a member of Phi Beta Kappa in 2008.