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Living Well Eating Smart Newsletter - Plant-Based Eating

March 21, 2019 - May 15, 2019

When shifting to eating more plant foods, there is no metric — more matters! Although plant-based meals are created with a focus on plants, eating plant-based doesn’t necessarily mean switching to a vegetarian or vegan meal plan. It could be eating one meat-free meal a week such as Meatless Monday, packing plant-based snacks for work or aiming for one meatless meal a day. Choose what makes the most sense for you!

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Living Well Eating Smart Newsletter - Gut Health - January 10, 2019 - March 20, 2019

Much research is underway looking at how one's microbiome impacts overall health and well-being - including gut health.

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Living Well Eating Smart Newsletter - Holiday Hosting - 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.

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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. 

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Living Well Eating Smart Newsletter - Family Meals - July 12 - September 19, 2018

September is National Family Meals Month™! Raise Your Mitt to Committo 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.

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