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Ultra-processed foods are taking over grocery shelves with their added flavor, affordable prices, and long shelf-life. Ultra-processed foods including pre-packaged meals, breakfast cereals and bars, and packaged rice and pasta mixes are excessively processed through the addition of sugar, sodium, fat, preservatives, and other additives. An easy way to...
 

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

Looking for compelling nutrition posters to brighten your walls with motivation and education? You have come to the right place!
 
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Truth be told, I mispronounced quinoa for years as que-noah. This powerhouse of a grain is considered a ‘pseudocereal’ related to spinach and amaranth and deserves more respect. Its correct pronunciation is keen-wah and it’s worth getting to know its health benefits. Quinoa originated in South America in the Andes region and was initially used ... Keen on Quinoa
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While zoodles’ (zucchini noodles) are popular among the low-carb diet folks, good old-fashioned noodles aren’t going anywhere. Noodles are an inexpensive, versatile, complex carbohydrate that is enjoyed across the globe. And they should be. Noodle 101 The noodle has come a long way. While noodles originated in China, Italy is often cited as their birthplace. ... Use your noodles!
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If you’ve never eaten tabbouleh, you’re missing out. Tabbouleh (pronounced tah-bully) is a Middle Eastern salad made of bulgur, fresh tomatoes, cucumbers, fresh mint, and fresh parsley in a lemon and olive oil vinaigrette. It is the epitome of Mediterranean cuisine. Sure, you’ve likely had all those veggies and...
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We’ve been discussing how inflammation impacts your risk for arthritis, cancer, and heart disease, but most people don’t consider the impact on your brain. Most recently, you may have heard reports of how COVID19 survivors suffer “brain fog” and memory loss after recovering from the virus. Experts suggest this...