Resources by Melanie Alene Staples
|Eat Smart, Move More at Home: Right Size Your Portions||
A serving size is what is recommended on a Nutrition Facts label, but what you actually eat is called your “portion.” Portions served at restaurants have gotten larger over the years. Here’s an easy guide to using your hand to estimate a smart size portion.
|Feb 1, 2016||HNFE-255NP|
|Fruits and Vegetables: How Much Do I Need?||
Fruits and vegetables are good for you. They are full of fiber, vitamins, minerals, and thousands of powerful things called antioxidants and phytochemicals. These things give fruits and vegetables their colors, flavors, and smells. When you eat antioxidants and phytochemicals, they also help to protect you from many different diseases, like heart disease and cancer.
|Aug 13, 2015||HNFE-266P|
|Virginia SNAP-ED Works; Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program Education||May 20, 2015||HNFE-301(HNFE-343NP)|