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Last week we briefly discussed inflammation and provided an overview of arthritis. If you never have to deal with OA, gout, or other forms of arthritis, consider yourself lucky! Arthritis is all too common for so many. This week, we’ll dive a little deeper and talk about the “heart...
 

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

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

The face of school snacks is changing. With the new USDA regulations, healthful foods are replacing cookies and candy as the snacks available to kids. But how will this impact your school event? Let’s take a look...
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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The Pursuit of Deliciousness at the Intersection of Health, Sustainability, and Cultural Discovery The Global Plant-Forward Culinary Summit 2020 covered a vast number of topics from very creative people who are so passionate about sustainability and creativity. It was so impressive to see the wonderful community who could make...
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Farmer's markets are stocked with late-spring, early-summer produce. Most of the vendors keep the public cordoned away from the food and they select items for you. It might feel a little strange not being able to pick your own food, but chances are that each item is very fresh....