Healthy eating can be affordable

Whole grains, vegetables, fruits, fish, low-fat milk. These foods are basic to good health, yet most children and their families don’t eat enough of them, says Gayle Coleman, nutrition education program specialist with the University of Wisconsin-Extension.

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Eat More Kale

Want to be trendy in 2014? Eat more kale. This dark leafy green vegetable is considered to be a “nutritional powerhouse” and is high on the list of nutrition trends for the new year, according to Sarah Francis, an Iowa State University assistant professor and Extension and Outreach nutrition specialist. To read the entire article, please click “Read More”.

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