Health Benefits of Vegetables

People who eat fruit and vegetables as part of their daily diet have a reduced risk of many chronic diseases. USDA’s My Plate encourages making half your plate fruits and vegetables. Vegetables are an important part of healthy eating and provide a source of many...

Substitutions for Foods your Child will not Eat

Fruit Vegetables, raw or cooked; if your child won’t eat fresh fruits, try dried fruits such as apricots, pears, raisins, cherries, mango, pineapple, and bananas, and gradually introduce fresh fruits; make pureed sauces for yogurt with fresh or frozen fruit and...

Drink Water & Milk

When you’re really thirsty, cold water is the best thirst-quencher. And there’s a reason your school cafeteria offers cartons of milk. Kids need calcium to build strong bones, and milk is a great source of this mineral. How much do kids need? If you are younger than 9...

Smart, Safe Food Storage

Avoiding food-borne illness is your first priority when you refrigerate, freeze, or store food, though keeping things fresh and tasty is important, too. The No. 1 rule of food safety: When in doubt, throw it out. Food Safety and Storage Basics When it comes to food...

Food Safety and Flavor

Refrigerator shelves offer the most uniform temperature, but air can’t circulate if you overload them. Don’t store perishables on the doors, and always keep eggs in their original carton and on a shelf. If your fridge has special compartments for meat and cheese and...
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