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In 1937, grocer organizations started sponsoring “National Milk Month” to help distribute extra milk during the warm summer months. By 1939, June became the official “dairy month.” National Dairy Month reminds us of the health benefits dairy can provide.

 

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We are all unique and one of a kind!

We are unique with different bodies, goals, backgrounds, and tastes. How you reach your healthy lifestyle is different than someone else. Mindful eating is essential to meeting health goals. It puts the power into your hands, allowing you to find a balance between eating nutritiously and occasionally indulging.

 

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Highlights of the New 2020-2025 Dietary Guidelines for Americans

The USDA and HHS (Department of Health and Human Services) recently released the new 2020-2025 Dietary Guidelines for Americans. These guidelines are updated every five years to ensure the guidance follow the ever-changing scientific studies. Consistent with past guidelines, the primary emphasis promotes a diet rich in fruits, vegetables, whole grains, and lean proteins.

 

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Can a Pear a Day Keep the Doctor Away?

Yes! Although apples get a lot of attention for their health benefits, pears pack a punch when it comes to healthful foods. Pears are one of the highest fiber filled fruits, providing six grams per medium-sized fruit helping you meet nearly 25% of your fiber daily requirement. A diet high in fiber has many health benefits, including reducing cholesterol levels, preventing colon cancer, and reducing constipation to name just a few. Pears also contain a fair amount of vitamins C, K, B2 (riboflavin), B3 (niacin), and B6 (pyridoxine) and minerals calcium, magnesium, potassium, copper, and manganese; all of these are important in supporting your immune system and preventing disease.

 

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Eat Right Bite by Bite

The 2020 National Nutrition Month theme promotes making mindful choices with small goals and changes that will positively affect your health. Good nutrition doesn’t have to be restrictive or overwhelming; every little bit of nutrition is a step in the right direction. Try these small steps to have a cumulative healthful effect.

 

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