Tag Archive: Nutrition

NUTRITION CHALLENGE

Sanitize all your food prep surfaces when you clean up after meals. It can help kill germs that can cause foodborne illness. Salmonella, E. coli, and other harmful bacteria can grow on all… Continue reading

WEIGHT CHALLENGE

Portion control is a great way to help you manage your weight. When it comes to proteins, let your palm be your guide. Try to limit your portion of protein to the size… Continue reading

NUTRITION CHALLENGE

Write down how many servings of fruit and veggies you eat for one week. Tracking your daily intake can help you see if you’re falling short. Current guidelines suggest eating 1.5 to 2… Continue reading

WEIGHT CHALLENGE

Cutting calories can help you manage your weight. Being more active can, too. Doing both is the best way to achieve healthy weight loss. Eating smaller portions can help you consume fewer calories.… Continue reading

NUTRITION CHALLENGE

Have you been thinking about eating less meat and switching to more of a plant-based diet but aren’t quite ready to make the change? It might help to write out all the reasons… Continue reading

NUTRITION CHALLENGE

Eating less saturated fat may help support healthy cholesterol levels. That can help support a healthy heart and blood vessels. Can you think of just one source of unhealthy fat you can nix… Continue reading

NUTRITION CHALLENGE

Do you tend to eat the same fruits and veggies day in and day out? It’s an easy pattern to fall into. But eating just one or 2 kinds of produce each day… Continue reading

WEIGHT CHALLENGE

When it comes to your weight, there may be lots of reasons why you want to watch it. It may help you lower your risk of heart disease and other chronic conditions. It… Continue reading

NUTRITION CHALLENGE

Nuts are high in fiber and protein, and they are loaded with healthy fats, which can help support heart health. One yummy choice when it comes to nuts is pecans. You can eat… Continue reading

NUTRITION CHALLENGE

Fruits and veggies from the farmers’ market can be delicious. That’s partly because they are grown locally. That means they aren’t packed, then shipped long distances, and stored for days in a warehouse… Continue reading

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