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February 2021 for Premium Food and Health Communication Members:
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We’re already into the second month of the New Year and our Positive Resolutions for 2021 project.  The goal is to achieve one new thing each month – a positive goal -- and then add on to that each month. At the end of the year you’ll have twelve new habits and a healthier lifestyle.

Last month, we talked about Fostering Happiness. This month’s topic is finding a path to better sleep....

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Zinc is an essential mineral for a healthy immune system.

You might have heard about using zinc lozenges to help decrease the duration of a cold. Zinc, one of the essential minerals that we must get from food or supplements, plays several important roles in health. It's involved in...

Protein synthesis
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A normal sense of taste and smell
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Research has shown that keeping out gut microbiome healthy may be beneficial to our immune systems, waistlines, and risk for chronic disease. Our gut microbiome may even impact our sleep!

A new study from Japan, conducted on mice, included a control group and experimental group. The experimental group was given a concoction of antibiotics for 4 weeks that depleted their intestinal bacteria. Res...

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Oysters contain more zinc per serving than any other food. Red meat and poultry provide the majority of zinc in the American diet. Other good food sources of zinc include legumes (dried beans and peas), nuts, some types of seafood, whole grains, fortified breakfast cereals, and dairy products.

Here are some examples of how much zinc is in common foods...

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The RDA (Recommended Dietary Allowance) is the average daily amount that is sufficient to meet the requirements of nearly all healthy people.

Check out the list below to find how much zinc you need each day...

Age 7 months to 3 years: 3mg for males and females
Age 4-8 years: 5mg for males and females
Age 9-13 years: 8mg for males and females
Age 14-18 years: 11mg for males, 9 mg f...

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