Living Well Eating Smart® Newsletters
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November 14, 2018 - January 9, 2019
Top tip for staying on top of your hosting game during the holiday season: Choose sensibly when grocery shopping, Opt for convenience and quick meal solutions while keeping health in mind.
Living Well Eating Smart Newsletter - Diabetes Awareness - September 20 - November 14, 2018
Diabetes and prediabetes are on the rise without any indication of letting up. For this reason, the top question we receive from shoppers has to do with how to eat once diagnosed. You may be surprised by our recommendation: Everyone, whether or not they are diagnosed with prediabetes or diabetes, should eat as if they are diagnosed. This means managing carbohydrate intake over the course of the day while incorporating vegetables, protein-rich foods, milk products, fruits and whole grains into meals and snacks.
Living Well Eating Smart Newsletter - Family Meals - July 12 - September 19, 2018
September is National Family Meals Month™! Raise Your Mitt to Commit™ to coming together as a family and sharing one more meal at home each week. Research shows the more frequently families enjoy meals together, the less likely children are to have risky behaviors or use tobacco, alcohol and illegal drugs, and the better their academic performance.
Living Well Eating Smart Newsletter - Men's Health - May 17 - July 11, 2018
How often do you take time for yourself? In the United States, women outlive men by 4.9 years. 2 With both heart disease and cancer being the leading causes of death for men in the United States, it’s easy to pinpoint self-care as an important factor in this gap. Make your health a priority and celebrate National Men’s Health Week from June 11 - 17, 2018.
Living Well Eating Smart Newsletter - Easter Entertaining - March 22 - May 16 2018
As Your Family Comes Together for the Holiday, Accentuate the Warmer Spring Weather with New and Creative Offerings for Your Guests. From Mango-Centered Desserts to Mocktails Made With Tea Concentrates, Emphasize the Playfulness that Flavor and Creativity can Bring to Holiday Recipes.