November 2020 for Premium Food and Health Communication Members:
Table of Contents:
- Read-offline PDF newsletter
- Research update for professionals
- White label newsletter
- Shareable articles and handouts
- Graphic of the month
- Special member-only discounts
Here's the entire PDF edition of the November 2020 Newsletter, ready for you to download to read offline, print for your next meeting or presentation, or distribute however you see fit! Click the image to download it.
- Research Update: High-Dose Vitamin D is Bad for Bones by James J. Kenney, PhD, FACN
- White Label Newsletter: Here's the White Label edition of the November 2020 newsletter that you can distribute as your own. You can even add your logo! This is perfect to copy into emails, blogs, newsletters, and handouts.
Article Links to Share with Your Clients:
- Maple Roasted Friendsgiving Chicken Recipe by Judy Doherty, BS, PC II
- Apple Butter Recipe by Judy Doherty, BS, PC II
- Crafting a Salad Starter Kit by Cheryle Jones Syracuse, MS, Professor Emeritus, The Ohio State University
- Could a Mediterranean Diet Stave Off Cognitive Decline? by Lisa Andrews, MEd, RD, LD
- A Closer Look at Cognitive Health by Lisa Andrews, MEd, RD, LD
- Update: No Added Sugars for Toddlers by Lynn Grieger, RDN, CDCES, CPT, CHWC
- Toddlers and Added Sugars: What You Need to Know by Lynn Grieger, RDN, CDCES, CPT, CHWC
This month we focus on how to enjoy a smaller holiday meal for folks who are downsizing their tables in the pandemic. And we are highlighting the new research for sugar and toddlers. PLUS there are more reasons to eat fruits and vegetables to combat cognitive decline in aging. And Dr. Kenney is sharing research about Vitamin D and bone health.
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Stephanie Ronco has been editing in a professional capacity for the past 10 years. In addition to her work as an editor, Ronco has also served as a ghostwriter and writing tutor. A voracious reader, Ronco loves watching language evolve and change. When she’s not delving into her latest project, Ronco can be found teaching acting classes, performing in community theater, or sailing with her husband.