Food Safety and Health & Nutrition
Don’t eat carbohydrates. Don’t eat meat. Don’t eat sugar. Don’t eat too many brussel sprouts. Who is right? There is a never ending stream of information regarding nutrition and how what you eat can make you unhealthy. Good nutrition is vital to health but understanding all the claims and newest miracle cures can confuse anyone. Research can prove a variety of claims, but is the research accurate? At this site, we strive to provide the most up-to-date and reliable information we can find. Please join us on Facebook and within these pages, to improve our personal health and well being by eating right and keeping food safe!
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People with prediabetes talk about how type 2 diabetes can be prevented or delayed by making lifestyle changes that include weight loss and more physical activity.
Cooking for One Recipes
Family and Consumer Sciences Recipes
as seen on Orange TV.
- Baked Acorn or Butternut Squash (See the video)
- Chicken Pot Pie (See the video)
- Couscous Salad (See the video)
- Extra Crispy Oven Fried Drumsticks (See the video)
- Green Bean Apple Salad (See the video)
- Honey Sweet Tea
- Leftover Roast Beef Stroganoff (See the video)
- Lentils with Brown Rice and Kale (See the video)
- Low Fat Bread Pudding with Bananas (See the video)
- Main Dish Salad (See the video)
- Raw Vegetable Pasta with Tomatoes and Herbs (See the video)
- Tilapia Packet (See the video)
- Walnut-Crusted Salmon (See the video)
- Special Video to make awesome Jams and Jellies (see the Video)