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Food Safety and Nutrition Information
 

Food Safety and Nutrition Information

Nutrition

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Let’s make Meatless Meals: Includes two meatless recipes.

Making Snacks with Children: Food safety tips to teach your children. Includes four snack recipes to make with your children.

Tips for Baking and Serving Food with less Fat: Gives tips on how to substitute items lower in fat for those high in fat.

Tips for Preparing and Serving Meat with Less Fat

Beans: How to keep beans safe and three bean recipes.

Chicken: What you need to know and favorite recipes.

Eggs: What you need to know and favorite recipes.

Food To Go: Visual of how many teaspoons of fat are in a variety of fast food options.Eat Breakfast!

Emphasizes the importance of breakfast and includes a couple easy breakfast recipes. Also includes tips for breakfast on the go.

Simply Good Eating- Nutrition material from University of Minnesota Extension

Let’s Get Our Kids Moving: Describes the fitness requirements for children. Lists several activities to keep your kids active.

Physical Activity and Your Health: Describes how to balance calories with physical activity.

Let’s Get Moving: Tips for adults about how to stay active.

Healthy Eating on a Budget

One Dish Meals: Shows how to make quick, inexpensive, one dish meals.

Shopping Tips to Stretch Your Food Dollar

Healthy Eating on a Budget

Nutrition Labels

Tips on reading a nutrition label.

Nutrition Label: How to read a nutrition label.

Your Baby: Bottle Feeding and Tooth Decay: Describes how to prevent tooth decay in baby’s teeth.

Nutrition for the Preschool Child

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Julie Garden-Robinson
Food & Nutrition Specialist
E. Morrow Lebedeff 351
NDSU Dept. 7270, P.O. Box 6050
Fargo, ND 58105
Tel. (701) 231-7187
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