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  • Nutrition Articles

    - Are Artificial Sweeteners Fattening?
    - Low Vitamin K2 Linked to Calcified Arteries and Weak Bones
    - How to Make a Nutrition Handout
    - 3 Cancer Risk Reduction Strategies
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    - Are You Increasing Your Cancer Risk?
    - Low GI Diet, Cardiovascular Disease Risk, and Insulin Resistance
    - How Do Minerals Work: Part Two
    - Be Good to Your Heart for Heart Month: Display Ideas

  • Handout Articles

    - Whole Food Diet for Heart Health
    - A New Spin on Beets
    - MyPlate Activity Ideas
    - Fruit and Diabetes
    - Enjoy Summer Produce!
    - The Skinny on Protein
    - Dietary Consistency
    - Make Dessert Delightful!
    - Women and Iron: What You Need to Know
    - The Skinny on Sugar

  • Practitioner Ideas and News

    - MyPlate Activity Ideas
    - Enjoy Summer Produce!
    - Beverage Calorie and Exercise Presentation
    - How to Make a Nutrition Handout
    - Activity Idea: Swat the Fly
    - Be Good to Your Heart for Heart Month: Display Ideas
    - Client-Generated Motivation
    - Physical Activity Guidelines and You
    - Diabetes Display with MyPlate
    - Model Cholesterol Damage in Your Hallway

  • Food Cooking

    - A New Spin on Beets
    - Fruit and Diabetes
    - Enjoy Summer Produce!
    - Make Dessert Delightful!
    - Women and Iron: What You Need to Know
    - Beverage Calorie and Exercise Presentation
    - The Skinny on Sugar
    - Spritz Up Your Salad!
    - New Salad Look: Stack It
    - Egg Shopping Cheat Sheet

From The Kitchen

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A Cook Can Make All The Difference Annual savings for cooking dinner at home: $12,804.20 - for cooking at home for dinner for four versus going out to eat 182 hours - for cooking dinner at home instead of eating out 134,685 calories- for ONE person for cooking at home for dinner versus eating out [...]

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