Radio broadcasts on nutrition, food safety and healthy lifestyles from Chris Pasley.
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- Meal planning can save time and money for busy families, and also provide more nutritious meals and family time. University of Wyoming Extension Nutrition and Food Safety provides research-based information for Wyoming residents.
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- The overwhelming majority of hospitalizations from Salmonellosis occur in children under 5 years of age. The Partnership for Food Safety Education is a coalition of agencies interested in keeping Americans healthy and free of food-borne illness. For more information on food safety, call your county Extension office or your local food inspector or go to www.fightbac.org.
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- MyPlate is important for all of us, including the young athlete. Adapted from Feed your young athlete for maximum performance, by Tammy Roberts, Nutrition and Health Education Specialist, from the University of Missouri Extension.
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- Dairy is an important part of a healthy diet. It is the main food source for calcium, Vitamin D, and potassium. But how do I get enough?
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A salad can easily include all the five food groups, yet be colorful and delicious. So many opportunities to make a balanced meal, and yet keep the kitchen cool in the summer.
Adapted from an article by Bathany Schindler, Nutrition and Health Education Specialist, University of Missouri Extension, in MissouriFamies eNewsletter, May 13, 2013.