You don’t have transportation to the grocery store. You’re traveling. You need something quick and healthy to eat. But it’s not always easy to find healthy and affordable food.
Now there is a tested, generic recipe that allows for creativity without giving up safety.
Many people are taking a closer look at what they eat these days. Parents are also concerned about what their babies eat.
In recent years even more evidence supports the fact that starting your day with breakfast benefits people of all ages, especially children.
At one time uncooked eggs were used to make ice cream, but now we know in order to reduce the risk of Salmonella poisoning, a custard-based recipe, an eggless recipe or a recipe using an egg substitute should be used.
If hand washing is not possible (no running water, soap, etc.), what is the next best option for cleaning hands before eating or handling food?
If you use well water for cooking and drinking, you should regularly test the water for contamination.
Using herbs instead of salt can help us achieve the lower sodium recommendations.
The following are general-interest nutrition and health Websites from the University of Missouri. Browse the menu on the left for sites on more specific nutrition and health topics.
The following are general-interest nutrition and health publications. Browse the menu on the left for more specific nutrition and health publications.
- MX996, Better Living Magazine - Cooking Edition
- N714, Teen Parents: Take a Taste for You and Your Baby Recipes
- N751, Healthily Ever After DVD
- N760, Food From the Farm
- N761, From the Farm to You
- N762, From the Farm to You DVD
- N763, Tomas Truck Stickers (From the Farm to You)
- N764, From the Farm to You Coloring Book
- N952, Body Cues Poster
- N993, Two Meals for $10 (IV)
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The following are general-interest nutrition and health courses. Browse the menu on the left for courses in more specific nutrition and health areas.