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Prairie Fare: Walking for Healthy Bones   ( 2007-05-03 )
About 10 million people in the U.S. are estimated to have osteoporosis and 34 million have low bone mass.
Prairie Fare: Enjoy Foods that Tantalize Your Taste Buds   ( 2007-04-26 )
Name the five tastes that your tongue can detect and your brain can decode.
Prairie Fare: Think Food Safety When Eating Out   ( 2007-04-19 )
People expect safe food, and restaurants have a vested interest in providing safe food.
Prairie Fare: Think Food Safety When Eating Out   ( 2007-04-12 )
People expect safe food, and restaurants have a vested interest in providing safe food.
Prairie Fare: American Public Eats Out More Than Ever   ( 2007-04-05 )
Americans spend about 46 percent of their food dollar on food away from home.
Prairie Fare: Men, Did You Know that More Matters?   ( 2007-03-29 )
National studies have shown that men are less likely than women to alter their diets to prevent health problems, even when a health issue has been diagnosed.
Prairie Fare: Take Pride in North Dakota Agriculture   ( 2007-03-22 )
North Dakota provides the country and world with lots of nutrition.
Prairie Fare: Some Weight Loss Ads Take the Cake   ( 2007-03-15 )
With about two-thirds of Americans overweight or obese, the companies that sell weight loss programs have plenty of potential customers.
Prairie Fare: Where There’s Smoke, There May Be Fire   ( 2007-03-08 )
According to a 2004 report from the National Fire Data Center, more than 156,000 kitchen fires occurred in the U.S. in 2002.
Prairie Fare: Foods Can Bind Generations to Each Other   ( 2007-02-28 )
Julie Garden-Robinson decides to buy lard and make doughnuts!
Prairie Fare: Latest Food Recall Prompts Food for Thought   ( 2007-02-22 )
As of Feb. 14, 288 cases of salmonellosis in 39 states were linked to contaminated peanut butter.
Prairie Fare: Soy Foods Offer Variety and Potential Health Benefits   ( 2007-02-15 )
We didn’t widely use soybeans in the U.S. until the 1800s, but the popularity of soy-based foods has grown. Prairie Fare: Soy Foods Offer Variety and Potential Health Benefits.
Prairie Fare: Chocolate Has Some Heart Health Benefits   ( 2007-02-08 )
The good news: Several studies show some health benefits associated with moderate chocolate consumption.
Prairie Fare: Set Heart Healthy Cooking Goals in February   ( 2007-02-01 )
Preparing healthy meals and eating with others is worth your time on many levels.
Prairie Fare: Sharing Friendship by the Slice   ( 2007-01-25 )
Friendship bread batter is a type of starter culture similar to the sourdough starters used by the pioneers of the Old West.
Go Nutty for Nut Nutrition   ( 2007-01-18 )
The good news: the fat in nuts is mainly monounsaturated and polyunsaturated, which are heart-healthy.
Prairie Fare: Enjoy Some Outdoor Winter Activities   ( 2007-01-11 )
Despite all the fun you can have during mild winter weather, think safety when sledding, skiing or even walking on icy sidewalks.
Prairie Fare: Don’t Rob Yourself of this Vitamin   ( 2007-01-04 )
Don’t rob yourself of folic acid’s potential health benefits.
Eggplant Adds Variety to Menus   ( 2006-08-11 )
In my research on the eggplant, I learned some interesting things.
Prairie Fare: It’s Time to Retire Great-grandma’s Canning Recipes   ( 2006-08-10 )
Great-grandma’s famous canned tomato recipe might have dire results using today’s tomato varieties.
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