I heard that changes are being made to school menus. What should I know?
Going out to eat is fun, but it can be expensive. However, going outside to eat is fun, too, and it’s easy on your budget.
My kids always ask for “sports drinks” even when they are watching TV. Do they really need them?
In the heat of the summer, don’t forget to keep your body hydrated. What you drink is as important as what you eat. Keep these 10 tips from www.choosemyplate.gov in mind as you beat the summer heat!
I have a hard time stretching my food dollars to last all month. How can I feed my family a balanced diet on a budget?
The NDSU Extension Service provides top tips for feeding families, healthy, nourishing food while sticking to a budget.
During June, National Dairy Month, enjoy some dairy products, such as low-fat milk, yogurt and cheese. Dairy products are some of our best sources of calcium and many are fortified with vitamin D, which helps build strong bones and teeth.
I have heard about vitamin D and its health benefits. Doesn't our body make it? What foods contain vitamin D?
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.
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.