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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.

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  • Cutting Back on Saturated Fats February 14, 2017
    To reduce your risk for heart disease, cut back on saturated fat and trans fat by replacing some foods high in saturated fat with foods that contain unsaturated fat or oils.
  • MyPlate Tip February 7, 2017
    Use the Nutrition Facts label to limit foods high in saturated fat.
  • Energy In = Energy Out January 31, 2017
    Eating, like other aspects of life, is a balancing act. All foods should be enjoyed yet some foods have more calories than expected. When calories are not used up the body often stores those calories for later (aka – weight gain!). Remember, foods higher in fat have more calories per gram than other foods.
  • Shopping for Oils January 24, 2017
    Oils can be part of a healthy eating pattern. They provide essential fatty acids and vitamin E. Since they are a high source of calories it is recommended that oils should replace solid fats in a diet.

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