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1. Once known as the love apple, I am a great source of lycopene. Because of my lycopene I can help prevent prostate cancer and help lower risk of stomach and lung cancer too. Botanically I am a fruit, but legally I am a vegetable. Name that Vegetable: ___________...
 
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Week 1: Build a Better Breakfast-Add Fiber! Day 1: Starting today, drink eight cups of water daily. You need to drink plenty of fluids when you add fiber to your diet. Begin your morning with a cup of refreshing ice water or hot herb tea when you wake up....
 

The purpose of nutrition month is to help the public become aware of the importance of good nutrition and a healthful eating plan.
 

With these incredible kits and resources, all you have to do is place your order, then sit back and wait for your materials to arrive.
 
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What if the New Year brought something that promises to help you lose weight, prevent cancer, keep your heart healthy and your bowels running smoothly? You’d probably be eager to buy the book or pop the pill. But you won’t find a best-seller on the subject. It’s not as flashy as phytochemicals, not as trendy ... Fiber
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Eat more citrus fruits! The winter months can be bleak and dreary, but the lively colors and flavors of citrus fruits can brighten any day! The citrus season is a good time to remind ourselves that these edible beauties are nature’s bundles of healthful nutrients. Citrus fruits contain fiber, almost no fat, no sodium, and ... Citrus
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Vivian Brake, MS, RD, Eat Well and Keep Moving Project,  says that students in the cafeteria seem to eat fruits much better when they are cut up. For instance, orange wedges were more popular than whole oranges. Maryjane Knight, MS, RD, is always adding fruits and vegetables to something....