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10 Tips to Stay Active This Winter
When cold winter temperatures keep us indoors, what can we do to stay fit?
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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.
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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.
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Tips to Help Children Eat More Veggies
My preschool and elementary-age children love fruit, but I have a hard time getting them to eat their vegetables. Do you have any tips?
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Have a Healthy Holiday!
Spending time with family and friends and enjoying special food is part of most holiday celebrations. However, you may leave the gathering thinking you ate too much. If you are planning any holiday gatherings, try these tips to keep your holidays festive and also focused on good health.
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Starting a Garden
Some of my friends are talking about gardening. I would like to try gardening with my kids, but I don't know where to begin. Can you help?
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How Much Should My Kids Get for an After School Snack?
My kids are always ready for a snack after school. How big of a snack do they need?
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10 Tips for Smart Snacking
Whether you are a child or an adult, most of us enjoy snacks. Well-chosen snacks can boost your nutrition and keep you energetic at home, work or school.
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