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Making nutrition education look and taste great - when you need to look your very best right now!
Making nutrition education look and taste great - when you need to look your very best right now!

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Farm to Table Lesson For College Students In 30 Minutes - Michelle Nelson, MHA, is a college educator who wanted to bring a farm to table lesson to students at Charleston Southern University. She purchased our farm to table banner and handout items. She called us to ask us for ideas for making an engaging lesson with a 30 minute time limit. The first idea we [ ]
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Spring Kale Salad - Spring Kale Salad Here is a lively salad that has a lot of crunch. Serve it for lunch or dinner with a grilled protein item.  2 cups sliced fresh kale (chopped, rinsed, dried) 2 cups mixed greens (chopped, rinsed, dried) 1 cup sliced c...
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Asparagus Bruschetta - Asparagus Bruschetta 1 pound of thick asparagus Olive oil spray 2 cloves of garlic, peeled and sliced 1/4 cup sliced red onion 2 tablespoons fresh basil, chopped 1 tomato, cored and cut into small wedges Red wine vinegar Bal...
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Focus on Healthy Foods for Weight Control - It has been suggested that variations in genetic makeup make it easier for some people to lose weight than others when it comes to certain diets. Interest in genomic testing and dietary advice based on one’s genes is increasing. And we are not talk...
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May 2018 - April is just around the corner, and I've got you covered! Check out the newest nutrition newsletter, packed with resources to make your job easier... April 2018 for Premium Food and Health Communication Members: Table of Contents: Read offlin...
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Inside the Microbiome - The bacteria in our guts is responsible for metabolizing nutrients from food, acting as a protective barrier against infections in the intestine, and making fat-soluble vitamin K (which is needed to make proteins that help clot blood). Researchers ar...
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Frozen Vegetables: Tips and Tricks - When it comes to produce, you really can’t go wrong with more veggies.  Rich in fiber, beta-carotene, potassium, vitamin C and phytochemicals, vegetables are great, and a high vegetable intake has been associated with lower rates of heart disease ...
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Diet and Dementia - Today we're going to take a closer look at which foods are associated with an increased risk of dementia, and which foods may help prevent risk of developing dementia... Alzheimer’s is the most common form of dementia, which is a general term fo...
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Protein: Do Veggies Have Enough? - Vegetables contain protein, but is it possible to obtain enough protein from only vegetables? Protein is found in every part of our body, including muscle, bone, skin, hair, organs, and enzymes. A vegetarian or vegan diet can meet the nutrient sta...
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Farm to Table - The farm to table movement is here to stay   Farm to table, or purchasing local, seasonal foods from farmers we know and trust for our families; as well as restaurants and other institutions promoting local foods and developing relationshi...
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