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It’s lunch time. You’re hungry and you’re on-your-own to get something to eat. What are your choices? Even though all the ingredients are in the refrigerator is a salad something you’d make for yourself? Probably not.
 

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!
 
Food and Health, MyPlate

We're back with another Bite of the Week, and this week we want to focus on one of the most fun foods of summer: corn!
Cooking, Food and Health

Putting together an engaging and informative cooking demonstration is much harder than it looks. Don't worry, though, because our chefs and presenters have tons of wonderful cooking demonstrations under their belts. They've gotten all that work down to a science. In fact, Judy Doherty, PC II and founder of Food and Health Communications, Inc is going to share some of her top cooking demonstration guides here today -- everything from planning to execution.
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Wanna add a bite to your salads? Use radishes. Spring brings in many different types of radishes from local markets. Pictured above are watermelon radishes, daikon, European radishes, Easter Egg radishes, and radish sprouts. Pictured above is a new radish salad that I prepared after visiting a farmer's market...
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Whenever possible, green leafy vegetables should be on your plate. Consumption of green leafy vegetables is not only linked with a reduction in cancer and heart disease, but research suggests the consumption of lutein-containing vegetables (like spinach and kale) improves respiratory health. Lutein is a fat-soluble antioxidant that’s also...