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Journal EntryHow to equip your kitchen for cooking
Learn what you need to equip your kitchen for everyday cooking.
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Journal Entry Troff documentFood: Waste not, want not
Find out how to stretch your food budget by making use of foods you might otherwise toss out.
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Journal Entry“Smart snacking” for adults
Make sure the next snack attack doesn’t ambush your healthy eating plans. Learn more.
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Journal EntryHelp reduce food waste
Roughly 40% of food in the U.S. goes uneaten. Learn how to cut down on food loss and waste.
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Journal Entry D source codeEating abroad
Learn how to practice food safety and avoid illness—whether you’re preparing for an overseas deployment, PCS move, humanitarian aid mission, or vacation.
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Journal Entry PS documentRaise healthy eaters—Part 2: Age-specific tips
Part 2 of HPRC’s “healthy eater” series explores age-specific tips to get your kids to eat healthy.
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Journal EntryRaise healthy eaters—Part 1: For kids 2–18
It’s important to teach children about acceptable eating behaviors and how to control their eating impulses. In this two-part series, HPRC offers tips to help your kids eat healthy.
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Journal EntryCan Olympians motivate your eating?
Many of us will be glued to our TVs, watching the Olympic Games over the next several days. What can we learn about nourishing our bodies from these elite athletes?
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Journal EntryFood tips for your PCS
Is a move on your horizon? Add an “eating plan” to your checklist.
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Journal Entry“Smart snacking” for kids
In the past 25 years, young children have greatly increased the number of snacks they consume. Try these “smart snacking” tips to help keep your kids healthy.
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