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To many people, a snack is a handful of chips or a few cookies. Unfortunately, snacks like these simply add unwanted calories, sugars, and fats. Nutrition experts look to snacks as a way of fitting in missing food groups and nutrients. Snacks also help to add structure to an...
 
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It’s a common refrain among the public: healthful food costs more. However, this isn’t necessarily true, especially if you consider the cost per nutrient. Sure, an apple that costs about a dollar is more expensive than a serving of potato chips ($0.23) or a serving of peanut butter cheese...
 

Health fair prizes or incentives can move games, presentations, and activities from good to great!
 

Looking for compelling nutrition posters to brighten your walls with motivation and education? You have come to the right place!
 
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Pizza Baked Potato: What You Need: Baked potato, low-fat and low-sodium pasta sauce, steamed vegetables, nonfat cheese, & nonfat sour cream or Greek yogurt. What You Do: Split a baked potato in half and fill it with 1/2 cup of pasta sauce. Add steamed vegetables and microwave on high for 2-3 minutes until heated through. ... 12 Great Quick Meals
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Having diabetes does not mean that you need to purchase ?special? food! Snacks for people with diabetes are foods that can work for the entire family. While watching quantity and portion size is important for people with diabetes, it doesn?t mean that what you eat has to taste bad. Here are some simple, inexpensive snacks for people with diabetes.
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No time to make breakfast? It’s actually possible to dine out healthfully -- if you know what foods to choose. Here are some breakfast ideas that are lower in saturated fat and calories. Simply mix & match for a quick treat on the go! McDonald’s: Egg McMuffin (300 calories)...