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Prairie Fare: Latest Outbreak Puts Spotlight on Tomatoes   ( 2008-06-12 )
 
Prairie Fare: Nutritious Foods and Supplements Promote Health   ( 2008-06-05 )
I look at vitamin-mineral supplements as a bit of inexpensive nutrition insurance, but I never consider them a replacement for a variety of nutrient-rich foods.
Prairie Fare: Nourish Your Bones   ( 2008-05-29 )
Our bodies are like buildings in some ways.
Prairie Fare: Homegrown Produce Encourages Kids to Eat Their Veggies   ( 2008-05-22 )
Research shows that children are more likely to eat their fruits and vegetables if they’re homegrown.
Prairie Fare: Have Your Blood Pressure Checked   ( 2008-05-15 )
High blood pressure is a risk factor for heart disease, stroke, heart failure, kidney disease and eye damage that could lead to blindness.
Prairie Fare: Men’s Replies to Nutrition and Health Survey Sometimes Surprising   ( 2008-05-08 )
The health issues for men of greatest concern were cancer, heart disease, high cholesterol, high blood pressure, prostate health, overweight and joint/bone health.
Prairie Fare: Seek Nutrition Information from Qualified Sources   ( 2008-05-01 )
Consider the source of your nutrition information.
Prairie Fare: Prepare Food Safely for Upcoming Celebrations   ( 2008-04-24 )
With approaching graduations, weddings and other celebrations, cooking tasty and safe meals for groups is on a lot of minds.
Prairie Fare: Walking Adds Healthy Years to Your Life   ( 2008-04-17 )
People who get regular, moderate activity, such as walking 30 minutes a day, may live 1.3 years longer than those with a very low level of physical activity.
Prairie Fare: Tame Your Grocery Bill   ( 2008-04-10 )
The increase in grocery prices has prompted consumers to seek out inexpensive recipes.
Prairie Fare: Grow Herbs All Year   ( 2008-04-03 )
Herbs add flavor without adding fat or sodium to your favorite dishes.
Prairie Fare: A Pinch of Cinnamon May be Good for Our Health   ( 2008-03-27 )
While we may associate cinnamon with apple pie and other desserts, in many cultures cinnamon is used to create savory meat and seafood dishes.
Prairie Fare: Be Patient with Picky Eaters   ( 2008-03-20 )
Families play an important role when it comes to food and eating.
Prairie Fare: Spring Clean Your Way to a Safer Kitchen   ( 2008-03-13 )
Even though spring brings us warmer outdoor temperatures, we need cold storage temperatures in our kitchens.
Prairie Fare: Snooze Your Way to a Slimmer Waistline   ( 2008-03-06 )
Research has shown that getting enough sleep is one of the keys to managing appetite.
Prairie Fare: Spring Toward Better Health   ( 2008-02-28 )
With spring just around the corner, we’re inundated with advertisements for weight loss supplements and programs.
Prairie Fare: Be Prepared for Disastrous Situations   ( 2008-02-21 )
Our basement storeroom and pantry were wading ponds.
Prairie Fare: Don’t Fall Prey to the 5-Second Rule   ( 2008-02-14 )
If you drop food on the floor, toss it in the trash.
Prairie Fare: Pay Attention to Food Labels During American Heart Month   ( 2008-02-07 )
If you are interested in health, all the information you need to make wise choices is on the food label.
Prairie Fare: Enjoy Comforting, Heart-healthy Oatmeal   ( 2008-01-31 )
The foods that are considered “comfort foods” vary from person to person and from one region of the country to another.
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Spotlight on Economics: Spotlight on Economics: We Enjoy Environmental Services Without Paying for Them  (2018-01-17)  The benefits of nature-based recreation should be accounted for when making public-policy decisions on public lands and environmental programs.   FULL STORY
BeefTalk: BeefTalk: Healthy Soil Buffers Human Inadequacies  (2018-01-18)  Production practices that reduce soil disturbance, increase plant diversity, add animal diversity and maintain living roots are a positive step.  FULL STORY
Prairie Fare: Prairie Fare: Is Romaine Lettuce Safe to Eat?  (2018-01-18)  To avoid foodborne illness, be aware of food recalls and handle all food safely.   FULL STORY
 
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