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National Nutrition Month is my March madness. Yep, when most people are wrapped up in Men’s Division I Basketball, I (along with other members of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics) get wild with efforts to spread the news … Continue reading
Two noteworthy health campaigns, National Nutrition Month and National Colon Cancer Awareness Month, share the month of March. I am committed to blogging about National Nutrition Month throughout March, but I don’t want to miss the opportunity to discuss colon … Continue reading
Somethings in life just seem to go together. Take for instance bread and butter, cake and ice cream, soup and salad, and dinner and a movie. The same holds true for exercise and nutrition; they go hand-in-hand. With the use … Continue reading
Source: handletheheat.com via Diane on Pinterest Today Americans’ have a hardy appetite for eating out. When I was growing up in the 70′s (the dinosaur age as my kids refer to it) eating out was rare. It was considered … Continue reading
Yippee! This month is National Nutrition Month! Every March, the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics (formerly the American Dietetic Association), magnifies their efforts to reach the public with practical nutrition advice, tips, recipes, and more. This year’s theme, “Get Your … Continue reading