Good for You! Newsletters
Fall/Winter 2018-- Contents: Smaller Plate, Lower Weight?
Spring/Summer 2018 -- Contents: Time to Rethink Your Drink!
Fall Winter 2017 -- Contents: Fighting Food Waste-We Can Make A Difference
Spring/Summer 2017 -- Contents: Be Safe at the Plate - and the Park!
Fall/Winter 2016 -- Contents: Praise for Pulses!
Spring/Summer 2016 -- Contents: 10 Reasons to Shop at a Farmers Market
Fall/Winter 2012 -- Contents: Make Every Day Moving Day!; Why is increasing our daily physical activity so important?; I don't have the time or the money to go to a gym or join a class. How can I fit more movement into my day?; I'm older, and I can't move as well as I used to-are the physical activity guidelines really aimed at people like me?; Are my kids active enough? Spanish
Fall/Winter 2011 -- Contents: Let's eat for the health of it; Build a healthy plate; Cut back on foods high in solid fats, added sugars, and salt; Eat the right amount of calories for you; Be physically active your way; Use food labels to help you make better choices Spanish
Spring/Summer 2011 -- Contents: Satisfying, Affordable Fruits and Vegetables; Fruits and Veggies -- More Matters!; Get More Value With Your Food Dollars; 37 Least-expensive Veggie; 25 Least-expensive Fruits Spanish
Fall/Winter 2010 -- Contents: Keep Food Safe....Keep Families Safe; Fruits and Vegetables Need Washing; Steps to Good Handwashing; Good ideas! Sanitize Cutting Boards and Counter Tops, Wash Reusable Cloth Shopping Bags Spanish
Fall/Winter 2009 -- Contents: "Eat Healthy to Be Healthy" Tips; Fruits and Vegetables Every Day; Whole Grains Add Flavor; Lowfat Milk Has Vitamin D; Good Sources of Lean Protein; Sweetened Beverages and Juice Add Extra Calories. Spanish
Spring/Summer 2009 -- Contents: Breakfast Food is Good Any Time; Turn "breakfast food" into a healthy snack!; Recipe- Trail Mix; Milk - Plain, Flavored; Bread - Fresh, Toasted; Save on your groceries; Instant Oatmeal Packets; Quick and healthy choices for breakfast; What can you buy for a dollar?; True or False?; Recipe: Scrambled Eggs in a Mug; Recipe: Grilled Cheese & Fruit Sandwich; Balance What You Eat with Physical Activity. Spanish
Spring/Summer 2008 -- Contents: You Can Eat Well on a Tight Food Budget; Sensational Six-Layer Dinner; Sensational Six-Layer Dinner is Healthy AND Affordable!; How Can I Use My Vision Card to Stretch My Food Dollar?; Wash Melons Before Cutting Spanish
Spring/Summer 2007 -- Contents: Berries! A Rainbow of Colors; My Pyramid recommendations; Berry Fun Facts; How to...Buy, Store, Rinse, Freeze Berries; Berry Good Fruit Salad; Super Fruit Slushie; Store Dried Fruit; Kid's Corner...
Fall/Winter 2006 -- Contents: Root Vegetables: Nutritious Bargains for the Fall and Winter Seasons!, An Underground Guide to Selecting Root Vegetables, Build Your Own Root Vegetable Soup!, Canned Vegetables: Taste Great, Easy to Serve and Ready to Use! Spanish
Spring/Summer 2006 -- Contents: Add a Little Cruciferous Crunch to Your Day!, Meet the Cruciferous Family, How Do I Shop For Cruciferous Vegetables?, Delicious Collard Greens, Cruciferous Kitchen Tips. Spanish
Fall/Winter 2005 -- Contents: Focus on Fruits Vary Your Veggies!, Do Different People Need Different Amounts of Fruits and Vegetables? Fruits and Vegetables--Sweet or tart, crunchy or soft..., Three Bean Bake. Spanish
Spring/Summer 2005 -- Contents: How expensive is it to eat fruits and vegetables?, Do fresh fruits and vegetables cost more than canned, frozen or dried ones?, What can I do to reduce the expense of fruits and vegetables?, Did you know that many fruits and vegetables cost less than 50 cents for a cup ready to eat? Spanish
Fall/Winter 2004 -- Contents: How can I make eating plenty of fruits and vegetables easy?, How can I get more fruits and vegetables for my money?, How can I remind myself to eat more fruits and vegetables?, How much is a serving? Spanish
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