Food and Health, Kids

The recently released Scientific Report of the Dietary Guidelines Advisory Committee marks the first time that added sugars are addressed for infants and toddlers younger than 2 years old. The recommendation is simple: no added sugars from any source.
 
Cooking, Kids

A healthy diet with optimum amounts of vitamins, minerals, fiber, healthy types of fats and proteins is crucial for infants and toddlers younger than age 2 to support growth and development...
 

Putting together a comprehensive and engaging cooking demonstration is hard work -- but that's about to change.
 

Health fair prizes or incentives can move games, presentations, and activities from good to great!
 


I usually think of dried cranberries and raisins as interchangeable in recipes. The other day, I was talking with some folks about adding dried cranberries instead of raisins to a broccoli salad. We were trying to liven up the color, flavor, and nutrition. Someone commented that “we shouldn’t add cranberries because they have so much ... Cranberries, Raisins, and Added Sugars
Cooking

In addition to being hard on us physically, red meat intake is also hard on the environment. This year, the Scientific Report of the 2020 US Dietary Guidelines Advisory Committee explores the environmental impact of red meat consumption along with its effects on health. Check it out! Environmental Impact of Red Meat Consumption Increased methane ... Red Meat and the Health of the Earth
Food and Health, Prevention

Have you read the scientific report of the 2020 Dietary Guidelines Advisory Committee? You can find it in its entirety here. This report is now open for public comment, and there will be an online meeting on August 11 to discuss thoughts on the report. We've been steadily working our...