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Prairie Fare: Workplace Phones and Desks are Germy Spots   ( 2007-10-04 )
We can take steps to stay healthy by keeping our work environments a little cleaner.
Prairie Fare: Sometimes You Must Avoid Certain Foods   ( 2007-09-27 )
Those with celiac disease must avoid all foods containing a plant storage protein commonly called “gluten.”
Prairie Fare: Fall is Prime Time for Apples   ( 2007-09-20 )
The type of fiber apples contain, called pectin, has been linked with lowering blood cholesterol and potentially reducing the risk of heart disease.
Prairie Fare: Focus on Food Handling During National Food Safety Education Month   ( 2007-09-13 )
Hair in food certainly grabs the attention of guests.
Prairie Fare: Give Your Menu a Makeover During Cholesterol Education Month   ( 2007-09-06 )
I usually don’t talk to my TV, not often, anyway.
Prairie Fare: Nourish Your Brain for Learning   ( 2007-08-30 )
Researchers have linked good nutrition with better academic performance.
Prairie Fare: Add Flavor Without Fat, Sodium and Calories   ( 2007-08-23 )
When using herbs for meal preparation, timing is everything to maximize the flavor of fresh herbs.
Prairie Fare: Put Family Meals on Your Calendar   ( 2007-08-16 )
As families close out the summer and gear up for the busy fall, there’s one thing that should have priority on your calendar: making time for family meals.
Prairie Fare: Recent Canned Food Recalls Put Focus on Botulism Risk   ( 2007-08-09 )
This has been the summer of botulism outbreaks.
Prairie Fare: Grocery Stores Are Arranged to Promote Purchases   ( 2007-08-02 )
My daughter was a prime example of "pester power," which is a marketing term that relates to the power of kids influencing purchase decisions.
Prairie Fare: Catch These Fishing Tips   ( 2007-07-26 )
Fish are high in protein, rich in vitamins and minerals, and low in saturated fat, depending on how you prepare them.
Prairie Fare: Eating Breakfast May Extend Your Life   ( 2007-07-19 )
Having no time is one of the biggest excuses for skipping breakfast, but there are solutions.
Prairie Fare: Competitive Eating Takes the Cake   ( 2007-07-12 )
With about two-thirds of U.S. adults classified as overweight, competitive eating doesn't exactly promote portion control.
Prairie Fare: Make Half Your Grains Whole   ( 2007-07-03 )
To carry the title "whole-grain bread" or "whole-wheat bread," the product must contain 51 percent or more whole-grain ingredients.
Prairie Fare: Mayo Has Had a Bum Rap   ( 2007-06-28 )
Julie says mayonnaise does not make a great hair conditioner.
Prairie Fare: Enjoy a North Dakota Road Trip   ( 2007-06-21 )
Head into the great backyard of North Dakota this summer to view the wildlife, the lush green pastures, and colorful badlands.
Prairie Fare: Video Games Offer Challenges   ( 2007-06-14 )
Researchers have studied the role of video games as it relates to many areas of mental and physical health.
Prairie Fare: Ponder the Lore of the Fruit of the Season   ( 2007-06-06 )
Since ancient times, strawberries have been promoted for their healing properties.
Prairie Fare: Focus on the Sunshine Vitamin   ( 2007-05-31 )
Getting a little sun, but not too much, has potential health benefits.
Prairie Fare: Don't Get Bugged by Foodborne Illness This Summer   ( 2007-05-24 )
Humans make some common mistakes during grilling season.
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