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200px-Adobe_PDF_Icon Food$ense July-Sept 2017

In this month’s newsletter, what is up with processed foods? Learn how to have a list ready for grocery shopping and plan your meals ahead. Did you know that you can control what products and produce are stocked in your local grocery store? Learn about how cost and demand can impact your shopping experience.

 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.

200px-Adobe_PDF_Icon Food $ense January-March-2017

 

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

  • Food for Thought…Healthy Retail September 12, 2017
    Did you know that you have a role in the kinds of food that are offered at your local grocery store or corner store? The type of foods that are offered depends on cost and demand.
  • Turkey and Cucumber Sandwich September 5, 2017
    Cucumber and dill add great crunch and flavor to this sandwich.
  • Dear Sue Keeney… August 29, 2017
    Dear Sue, I have a very limited budget for food. I try to purchase foods that are low cost, can go a long ways and are easy to prepare. I know these are not the most healthy options. How can I eat healthy and not go broke? Carl Full Spender
  • Nutrient Dense Foods August 15, 2017
    Achieving a healthy eating pattern means shifting typical food choices to more nutrient-dense options—that is, foods with important nutrients that aren’t packed with extra calories or sodium.

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