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Do You Know How to "Bite Into a Healthy Lifestyle"?
March is National Nutrition Month, and that's a great time to take steps to develop a healthful eating plan as we move toward spring.
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Let Thanksgiving Inspire More Family Meals
Sharing a meal can promote a healthful diet and a chance to connect and build relationships.
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Gardening with Children
My kids try to avoid vegetables, but I'm working on encouraging them to try some new vegetables. We have a community garden near us. When can we start planning?
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Stretching Your Meat Budget
My family likes grilled steak, but sometimes my food budget doesn't stretch that far. Do you have any tips?
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Try Container Gardening
Gardening has become very popular, but not everyone has a big backyard to grow a large garden or the time to tend it. If you are short on space, consider container gardening.
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Summer Activity Ideas for Kids
School is almost over, and I’m wondering how to keep my kids busy during the summer without spending a lot of money on activities.
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Do kids really need "sports drinks?"
My kids always ask for “sports drinks” even when they are watching TV. Do they really need them?
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3 Tips to Healthier Spring and Summer Celebrations
Celebrations often are exciting and memorable times filled with family, friends, and food.
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Make Fruits and Vegetables Affordable
I feel like I can't afford lots of fruits and vegetables for my family, even though they like them. Do you have any tips for me?
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July is National Picnic Month
Try this quiz if you are ready to keep your family and friends safe from foodborne illness during hot summer months. "Perishable" means a food will be "go bad" if it is kept out too long at room temperature. We need to keep perishable foods out of the temperature danger zone (40 to 140 F) to keep them safe.
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