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Shauna Schultz, RD, Public Health Nutritionist, sent a game idea she uses that is quite popular. It teaches clients that high-sugar beverages are not satiating but add extra calories, which can add up too fast and are not compensated for later! It also allows them to make visual comparisons...
 
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Label reading lessons Supplies: assorted food packages as named here or ones you find on your own. Use in class or for bulletin boards and newsletters. Food label reading is one of the most popular topics according to our survey to more than 400 nutrition and food professionals for...
 

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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Debbie Walls, RD, LD, CDE, makes a variety of positive display boards. We are happy to share the themes and their content here: • Go for the Whole Grain. Display food labels and packages for items that are whole grains and for those that are not. Items that are not include wheat bread, wheat crackers, ... Positive Messages
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Cathy Fitzgerald, MS, RD, and the MFit nutrition staff at the University of Michigan Health System would like to share some activity ideas that they have done with small groups of up to 30 people. “Moo-ve” to Lowfat Milk Several WIC Projects in Wisconsin are initiating a campaign to get their WIC participants to realize ... Move to Lowfat Milk or Skim Milk
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Betty Kenyon, Panhandle Community Services, writes, “One of the best things I have done on various subjects--weight loss, diabetes, general nutrition information, etc. -- is to use actual packages and refer to food labels. I have quite a collection of packages in my office to use as I see...