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2021-2022 Talking Health

Celebrate the new season with a colorful plate rich in sweet and sumptuous fruits and crispy, crunchy greens. This National Fresh Fruit and Vegetables Month (June) and National Eat Your Vegetables Day (June 17) learn how you can make healthy food fun with your children. This is one rainbow you don't want to miss! 

·         Fruit Dissection Infographic

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This National Nutrition Month (March) learn about how you can participate in helping families and students develop habits for good nutrition. We are all wonderfully unique and require our own approach to nutrition and health. Getting all the nutrients, vitamins, and minerals, your body needs not only can help you maintain a healthy weight but also reduces the risk of diseases such as heart disease, diabetes, stroke, osteoporosis, and some cancers. Good nutrition can reduce high blood pressure, lower cholesterol, boost your immune system and increase your energy level. Check out these tips to personalize your plate:

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According to the CDC, heart disease, while largely preventable, is the leading cause of death in the United States - causing about 1 in 4 deaths. This American Heart Month (February) take some time to review tips to keep your heart strong and learn how you can help spread awareness by wearing red on National Wear Red Day (Friday, February 4th).  


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