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    - Do New Studies Refute the Benefits of Reducing Salt?
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  • Handout Articles

    - Inflammation: What You Need to Know
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    - Probiotics: Good Bacteria for a Healthy Gut
    - Substitute Your Way to More Whole Grains
    - A Fresh Take on Tuna
    - September is Chicken Month and Potato Month
    - 10 Portion Control Tips
    - Nuts About Nuts: Part Two
    - 6 Easy Steps for Healthful Eating

  • Practioner Ideas and News

    - Model Cholesterol Damage in Your Hallway
    - Offer a Fruit and Vegetable Challenge!
    - Cooking Demonstration Tips
    - The Lowdown on Energy Drinks
    - Nuts About Nuts: Part One
    - Battle the Buffet: Display and Activity Ideas
    - Embrace Summer Grilling!
    - Food Science Lab 101 — Making Sense of Scents
    - Heart Smart Cooking
    - Activity Ideas: Finding Fiber and Grab a Lunch

  • Food Cooking

    - Reboot Your Chili
    - Probiotics: Good Bacteria for a Healthy Gut
    - Substitute Your Way to More Whole Grains
    - A Fresh Take on Tuna
    - September is Chicken Month and Potato Month
    - Nuts About Nuts: Part Two
    - 6 Easy Steps for Healthful Eating
    - Celebrate All-American Breakfast Month!
    - Cooking Demonstration Tips
    - Meet Sardines

Twister Salad

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WHAT YOU NEED: -Markers -Two Posterboards - Darts On each posterboard, draw a pie with slices big enough to write in because you are going to write the letters nice and big so everyone can read them from far away. The number of slices you must draw is up to you- you will fill in [...]

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