National Nutrition Month Eating Tips

The theme for this year’s Nutrition Month is: “Fuel for the Future”.

We all know that food is the fuel that keeps our body running smoothly throughout our life, so we must give the nutrients it needs to meet each life stage.

Here are some of the helpful eating tips provided by Bragagnini, the national Academy Spokesperson during National Nutrition Month and all year long:

1. “Eat with the environment in mind by enjoying more plant-based meals. Purchase foods with minimal packaging. Buy foods in season and shop locally when possible. Start a garden to grow food at home.”

2. “Plan your meals and snacks to stay nourished and save money. Check your pantry before buying more food, use a grocery list while shopping and shop the sales. Educate yourself about community resources and governmental programs such as the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, the Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants and Children and local food banks.”

3. “Eat a variety of foods from all food groups whether fresh, frozen, canned or dried. Include your favorite cultural foods and traditions in your meals. Avoid fad diets that promote unnecessary restrictions and practice self-love.”

4. “Learn how to make tasty foods at home with new flavors and foods from around the world. Find creative ways to use leftovers instead of throwing them away. Create happy memories by eating with friends and family when possible.”

Here at Nutrition Thyme RD, we can help you meet your health goals as well as prevent your risk of diet-related chronic diseases by creating a personalized nutrition meal plan for you and give you dietary tips. So take a step towards a healthy life now and we will guide you. Speak to us now!

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