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Prairie Fare: How to Stay Cool and Hydrated in the Heat   ( 2016-07-21 )
Extreme heat can have dire health consequences on every organ of your body.
Prairie Fare: Food Costs Prompt Renewed Interest in Gardening   ( 2008-07-17 )
Gardening is back in style.
Prairie Fare: Have Some Comfort Food During Cold Snaps   ( 2009-01-15 )
Comfort foods, those simple, familiar foods that conjure the image of “home,” are showing up on menus across the U.S.
Prairie Fare: Sweet Potatoes Provide a Bushel of Nutrition   ( 2008-12-31 )
Curious about the differences between yams and sweet potatoes, I looked up some information.
Prairie Fare: Make Some Memories With Picnics   ( 2017-07-06 )
July is National Picnic Month, so make some picnic memories this month and all summer.
Prairie Fare: Feeling Guilty About Throwing Food   ( 2014-10-02 )
According to a 2014 report from U.S. Department of Agriculture Economic Research Service, about 31 percent of the 430 billion pounds of food available is lost annually.
Prairie Fare: Limit Your Holiday Stress   ( 2014-12-04 )
Simplifying expectations, eating a healthful diet, getting plenty of exercise and scheduling time for relaxation can help you cope.
Prairie Fare: Tailgaters, Are You Ready to Get Grilled About Food Safety?   ( 2018-08-23 )
Keep food safety in mind when having tailgating parties and picnics.
Prairie Fare: Naturally Blue Foods Have Antioxidant Power   ( 2014-07-10 )
According to a U.S Department of Agriculture study of more than 40 fruits and vegetables, blueberries ranked high in antioxidant activity. A 1/2-cup serving of blueberries had as much "antioxidant power" as five servings of other fruits and vegetables.
NDSU Juneberry Search Continues   ( 2008-03-27 )
NDSU researchers still want the public’s help in finding Juneberry plants that could be the basis for new commercial varieties.
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: Right-size Your Portions   ( 2008-12-11 )
Does the size of the plate make a difference in how much food people eat?
Prairie Fare: Plan and Shop for Good Nutrition   ( 2008-11-06 )
When your job is to help people recognize healthy food selections and handle them safely, you feel compelled to follow your own advice.
Prairie Fare: Give Broccoli a Chance   ( 2008-09-18 )
Broccoli is a nutrition-packed, colorful addition to our plates.
Prairie Fare: Don’t Forget to Eat Some Blueberries   ( 2008-07-24 )
A U.S. Department of Agriculture study showed that aging rats fed antioxidant-rich blueberry, strawberry or spinach extracts showed improvement in short-term memory.
Prairie Fare: Try Using Smaller Plates and Spoons   ( 2009-10-08 )
Try using smaller plates and smaller serving spoons to help people serve themselves more moderate-sized portions.
Prairie Fare: Don’t Wilt in the Heat of Summer   ( 2018-08-16 )
We all need to stay cool and hydrated, and protect our skin in the sunny, hot days of summer.
Prairie Fare: Do You Need to Perk Up the Iron in Your Diet?   ( 2009-05-28 )
Iron deficiency anemia is a common nutritional deficiency worldwide, especially among children.
Prairie Fare: Unusual Containers for Preparing Food Not Always Safe   ( 2009-05-07 )
Containers that are “food grade” must meet higher standards for sanitation and safety.
Prairie Fare: Trick or Treat Season Calls for Moderation   ( 2015-10-22 )
Candy and other sweetened treats usually provide calories without significant amounts of vitamins, minerals and other nutrients.

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