• Top 12 Hot Nutrition Education Topics for 2020

    Are you looking for a hot topic for your next class, workshop, or client consultation? Or for Nutrition Month (R)? As much as consumers want a magic bullet for their health, teachers want a magic topic that will engage, educate, and motivate their audience. Here we have assembled all of the best and hottest topic […] Tags:
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  • 2019 Catalog and Handout Is Here

    The 2019 Nutrition Education Catalog is here! It features over 50 new products along with a great winter salad recipe and handout. All of our current customers who have purchased items from us will receive one and you can download one here. Some of our new products include:   Related PostsBe Carb Smart Teach the […] Tags:
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  • Easy Health Fair and Nutrition Presentation Theme Chooser Introduced By Nutrition Education Store

    Nutrition Education Store has launched a “Theme Chooser” in the online store navigation. The theme chooser allows customers to view health fair and nutrition education materials by theme.  The theme chooser makes it easy to choose the perfect theme by topic and then have an entire display or presentation that matches with exciting, professionally designed […] Tags:
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  • Diabetes & COVID-19

    While having diabetes doesn’t make you more likely to catch the novel coronavirus, it does increase your chance of getting very sick if you do become infected. So how can we help people with diabetes who are anxious and afraid of COVID-19? The American Diabetes Association has lots of helpful, practical information: Be prepared. Take precautions. […] Tags:
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  • Diabetes & Fear

    When talking about diabetes, it’s tempting to spout statistics. The numbers are scary, but will hearing scary statistics over and over cause the average American to take action so that they don’t become a statistic? Or will it overwhelm and scare them into not doing anything at all? Of course, it’s important to get the […] Tags:
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  • Moving Through the Pandemic

    The coronavirus pandemic is changing our exercise habits, for better and for worse. Personally, I’m biking around my neighborhood more because there are fewer cars on the streets. But my 23-year old son misses his gym routine. And a friend recently posted on Facebook that her rear end hurts from sitting so much! With many […] Tags:
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  • COVID-19 Goals: It’s Time for a Do-Over

    Raise your hand if, when the COVID-19 shut down began, you vowed to use this time at home to do big things — like cook from scratch with only unprocessed foods every night; organize those boxes of family photos; workout twice a day; or learn a foreign language. We had good intentions, but our goals […] Tags:
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  • Snapshots of the American Diet

    The Dietary Guidelines Advisory Committee has held five public meetings over the past year. At each meeting, subcommittees present updates on their research. (You can get all the details here.) A subcommittee called the Data Analysis and Food Pattern Modeling Cross-Cutting Working Group has presented some interesting snapshots of the American diet. Although the Advisory Committee’s report […] Tags:
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