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Event date: Aug. 4, 2021
Event time: | 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
New research is constantly released on how the food we eat impacts diabetes risk and management. Learn the latest on the role of artificial sweeteners and sugar on your health from a Registered Dietitian.Interested participants need to register ...
Bring Performance Nutrition: The Competitive Edge to your area to help your athletes improve their performance and stay healthy. Performance Nutrition is a multifaceted program that covers precompetition and post-competition nutrition and other ...
Encourage your community’s residents to make healthy lifestyle changes by bringing Strength in Numbers to your area. Strength in Numbers builds upon memberships in existing community activities — such as service clubs or church groups ...
Every five years the U.S. Departments of Agriculture and Health and Human Services publish the Dietary Guidelines for Americans. These guidelines are developed by an expert panel of nutrition and health professionals to help all Americans consume a ...
Summer is a great time to “green up” your diet by eating more fresh or cooked greens. Green leafy vegetables are in season in Missouri in the early summer and then again in the fall. This includes those greens most commonly seen in grocery ...
COLUMBIA, Mo. – Few vegetables elicit less excitement from the average gardener than beet. Once relegated to pickling or making borscht, beet is enjoying greater respect due to its reported health benefits, said University of Missouri Extension ...
Provides consumers with a broad range of nutrition information, including tips, videos, articles and recipes.
Source of sound nutrition information for sports performance and physical activity.
Focuses on proper nutrition to help athletes perform their best and avoid injury.
Community-based program that helps participants achieve healthy lifestyle goals.
Strength in Numbers