Food and Nutrition

Accessibility


Search results

45 items matching your search terms.
Filter the results.
Item type













New items since



Sort by relevance · date (newest first) · alphabetically
Mix Up Your Breakfast Menu
Do you eat breakfast on most days? If you do, you might notice that when you miss breakfast, you feel less energetic.
Located in News
Deciphering "Sell By" Dates
I'm very confused by the dates on food packages at the grocery store. I was reading the "sell by" dates on an egg carton, milk carton, and yogurt container in my refrigerator. All the dates have passed. What do these dates mean? Do I need to toss the foods?
Located in News
Fuel Your Empty Tank With Breakfast
Do you ever skip breakfast? People have lots of reasons. Maybe they hit the "snooze" button once too many times on their alarm clocks and they didn't have time to grab something. Maybe someone ate the last of the cereal and left the empty box in the cupboard. Maybe they just weren't feeling hungry. Others might be trying to cut some calories out of their diet to lose weight. Some might think that breakfast is only important for kids.
Located in News
Turkey Leftover Ideas
We always enjoy a traditional turkey for Thanksgiving, but we get tired of it before we eat it all. Do you have any ideas?
Located in News
Prepackaged Fruits and Veggies
My kids only eat prepackaged fruits and veggies for snacks. Do these snacks need to be washed before my kids eat them?
Located in News
Promote Family Mealtimes
The NDSU Extension Service is launching a new program called "The Family Table".
Located in News
Practice Portion Control this Holiday Season
I tend to overeat during the holidays. Do you have any tips to help me enjoy the special foods but manage my portions and calories?
Located in News
10 Tips to Stay Active This Winter
When cold winter temperatures keep us indoors, what can we do to stay fit?
Located in News
June is Dairy Month
School's out, so daytime milk breaks have ended for kids. Keep dairy on your menu this summer, but not just for kids. We all need calcium and vitamin D to keep our bones strong, and potassium and protein to keep our heart and muscles working properly.
Located in News
Stretch Your Food Budget by Trimming Your Food Waste
Have you ever tossed leftover food because it became moldy in your refrigerator? Perhaps you tasted something at the grocery store and bought a large package of it. Then you discovered that your family didn't like it or became tired of eating it.
Located in News
Creative Commons License
Feel free to use and share this content, but please do so under the conditions of our Creative Commons license and our Rules for Use. Thanks.