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Prairie Fare: Does Timing of Meals Affect Health?   ( 2017-03-02 )
Studies demonstrate the importance of a morning meal.
Prairie Fare: Have You Enjoyed an Egg Lately?   ( 2017-02-23 )
Eggs are among nature’s most nutritious foods.
Prairie Fare: Does Being Healthy Make Us Happy?   ( 2017-02-16 )
We have many options to improve our physical and mental health.
Prairie Fare: Men, I Have an Invitation for You   ( 2017-02-09 )
Let Extension know what you’d like to learn about nutrition, fitness and health.
Prairie Fare: Cook it Quickly With Canned Foods   ( 2017-02-02 )
Canned fruits and vegetables can help us meet our nutrition requirements.
Prairie Fare: Do You Need a Vitamin Pill?   ( 2017-01-26 )
Do your homework before taking vitamin supplements.
Prairie Fare: January is National Hot Tea Month   ( 2017-01-19 )
Studies indicate drinking tea may be good for our health.
Prairie Fare: Enjoy More Slimming Soup This Winter   ( 2017-01-12 )
Eating more soup can help prevent weight gain.
Prairie Fare: What’s in Artificial Sweetener Packets?   ( 2017-01-05 )
Artificial sweeteners can help cut calories.
Prairie Fare: Stay Active and Healthy in the New Year   ( 2016-12-29 )
Physical activity helps maintain a healthy heart, and strong muscles and bones, and ease stress.
Prairie Fare: Can Alcohol-containing Beverages Fit in a Healthful Diet?   ( 2016-12-22 )
If you consume alcohol, moderation is key.
Prairie Fare: Set Holiday Foods on a Smaller Table This Year   ( 2016-12-15 )
Here are 10 tips to help you avoid weight gain during the holidays.
Prairie Fare: Prepare Yourself for Winter Snow Removal   ( 2016-12-08 )
Here are some tips to help you when removing snow.
Prairie Fare: Here’s How to Dine Out Healthfully   ( 2016-12-01 )
You can cut calories and still enjoy eating out.
Prairie Fare: Try an Unusual Fruit This Season   ( 2016-11-23 )
Be adventurous with the food you buy.
Prairie Fare: Make Good Use of Leftover Food   ( 2016-11-17 )
Don’t let leftovers go to waste.
Prairie Fare: Keep Thanksgiving Meals Memorable for All the Right Reasons   ( 2016-11-10 )
Be sure to follow food safety guidelines when preparing your Thanksgiving dinner.
Prairie Fare: Try Some Squash This Fall   ( 2016-11-03 )
Squash is an excellent source of vitamins A and C.
Prairie Fare: Mix the Wild Side of the Menu With Some Greens   ( 2016-10-27 )
Wild game is a good source of protein and is lower in fat and calories than some types of domesticated animal protein.
Prairie Fare: Tame Your Sweet Tooth During Trick-or-treat Season   ( 2016-10-20 )
Keep moderation in mind.
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