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Help your picky eater become a vegetable eater.

Help your picky eater become a vegetable eater.

Somewhere between the ages of two and five, many young children become “fussy eaters,” temporarily refusing to eat all but a few favorite foods and rejecting other choices–especially vegetables.

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Be smart when choosing yogurt.

Be smart when choosing yogurt.

Everyone knows yogurt is nutritious, especially if it’s made from low-fat or fat-free milk and fortified with vitamin D.

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Eating well when eating alone.

Eating well when eating alone.

Wisconsin had nearly 645,000 single-person households as of the 2010 Census. That’s a significant number of people who may regularly cook and eat meals on their own.

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Healthy habits can save you money!

Healthy habits can save you money!

Milwaukee, WI– We know that not smoking, being active and making healthy food choices are good for our bodies. But what about our wallets? Research shows that healthy habits can save us money.

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Don’t let winter weather derail your fitness plans!

Don’t let winter weather derail your fitness plans!

Milwaukee, WI–The cold, snowy days of winter can make it a challenge to keep active and eat healthfully. Susan Nitzke, nutrition specialist with the University of Wisconsin-Extension and professor emerita of nutritional sciences at the UW-Madison, offers these tips to help you stay fit when it’s hard to get outdoors.

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Avoid foodborne illness when preparing convenience foods.

Avoid foodborne illness when preparing convenience foods.

Our freezers are often stocked with convenience foods such as microwavable pizzas or frozen dinners. They’re quick and easy to use, but when convenience foods are not prepared properly, they can also make you ill.

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