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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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Put Your Best Fork Forward During March, National Nutrition Month
Do you make every bite count? Try these tips to add more nutrition to your day.
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Canned Food "Can" Save Time and Money
When you are deciding what to make for dinner or another meal, do you open your cupboards and check what's there?
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Promote Family Mealtimes
The NDSU Extension Service is launching a new program called "The Family Table".
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Watch Your Weight While Watching TV
When the weather is cold, I just want to stay in my house and watch TV. I usually snack when I watch TV, and I often gain weight during the winter months. Do you have any ideas?
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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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New Ways to Enjoy Pumpkin
My family enjoys pumpkin-flavored foods, but I keep making pumpkin pie and pumpkin bars. I know those recipes are high in calories. Do you have any new ways to enjoy pumpkin?
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Eat a Rainbow of Colorful Fruits and Veggies
Did you know that one simple dietary change can save lives and medical costs? The change: Add more colorful fruits and vegetables to your plate.
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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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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.
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