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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...
 
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If preventing diabetes, heart disease and weight gain haven’t convinced you enough to bump up your fiber intake, chew on this fact. A higher fiber diet protects one of the most important systems in your body, your immune system. With over 210,000 deaths due to COVID, it’s important 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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Despite the rising number of COVID cases in the US, heart disease remains our number one threat with up to 650,000 deaths per year. COVID19 is a contagious, airborne virus that is preventable through social distancing, mask compliance, consistent hand-washing, and disinfectant. Scientists are also racing for a vaccine, but timing and accessibility are not ... Happy, healthy hearts
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If it’s one thing we as Americans are good at, it’s yo-yo dieting. Wouldn’t it be nice to lose it and keep it off? Last week we discussed how a high fiber diet can aid in weight reduction and weight maintenance. After all, it’s one thing to lose weight, but more meaningful in the long ... Fill up on fiber to prevent diabetes
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F is for Fiber With the popularity of fad diets low in carbohydrates, nutrition experts and health professionals are concerned with the F word. Not fat. FIBER. When you drastically reduce a macronutrient from your diet (i.e. carbohydrate), which is a major source of dietary fiber, the consequences are...