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 200px-Adobe_PDF_Icon Food $ense April-June 2017

In this month’s newsletter, learn how to “Be aware of sugars”, learn how to limit your intake of sugars and to keep on the lookout for beverages or foods that have added sugars that will add unnecessary calories.

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200px-Adobe_PDF_Icon Food $ense – October-December 2016

In this month’s newsletter, learn to “Eat Healthy! Stay Well!”, including recipes for Santa Fe Stuffed Potatoes and Teriyaki Rice Bowl.

200px-Adobe_PDF_Icon Food $ense – July-September 2016

In this month’s newsletter, learn how to “Stay Healthy Over the Summer”, including recipes for Chicken Fajitas and Zesty Whole Grain Salad.

200px-Adobe_PDF_Icon Food $ense – April-June 2016

In this month’s newsletter, learn when to “Use a Recipe or Wing It?”, including recipes for Vegetable Pasta Soup and Easy Roasted Vegetables.

200px-Adobe_PDF_Icon Food $ense – January-March 2016

In this month’s newsletter, learn to “Enjoy Food From Many Cultures”, including recipes for Quick Pad Thai and Rice and Red Beans.

200px-Adobe_PDF_Icon Food $ense – October-December 2015

In this month’s newsletter, learn how to “Make Celebrations Fun, Healthy, and Active,” including recipes for Skillet Lasagna and Vegetable Pasta Soup.

Food $ense Feed

  • Added Sugar Shakedown May 16, 2017
    Added sugars are sugars and syrups that are added to foods and drinks when they are processed or prepared.
  • MyPlate Tip: Make Better Beverage Choices May 9, 2017
    What you drink is as important as what you eat. Many beverages contain added sugars and offer little or no nutrients, while others may provide nutrients but too much fat and too many calories. Here are some tips to help you make better beverage choices.
  • Add Water to Your Routine May 2, 2017
    Sugary drinks are everywhere! Unfortunately, they add excess sugar and calories that our bodies typically do not need
  • Identifying Added Sugars April 25, 2017
    If you are concerned about your intake, make sure that added sugars are not listed as one of the first few ingredients.

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