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Journal EntrySnacking for success
Does the word “snack” bring visions of junk food, candy, and chips? Think again! Nutritious snacks are a great way to boost your mind and body.
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Journal EntryFueling for performance
HPRC has a new section on frequently asked questions about performance nutrition to help you achieve your performance goals.
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Journal EntryWhat’s cooking? Food safety for summer
Have fun in the sun and stay safe at the grill or in the kitchen with these summertime food safety tips.
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Journal EntryChoose a better granola bar
There are hundreds of granola bars on the market, but not all are created equal. “Raise the bar” on yours for better nutrition and satisfaction.
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Journal EntryCan you spice up your weight loss?
Capsaicin gives certain foods their spiciness. It’s also being sold as a dietary supplement. But will it help you lose weight? Read more in the latest OPSS FAQ.
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Journal EntryDon’t be holi-dazed & confused about food safety
The kitchen can be hectic during the holidays. Here are some helpful tips to keep your food, your family, and your holiday guests safe.
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Journal EntrySo, what’s in your snack drawer?
Learn how to choose healthy snacks so the next snack attack doesn’t ambush you and your healthy eating plans.
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Journal Entry Troff documentSpice up your diet!
Learn how adding a little spice to your diet can enhance performance and improve health.
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Journal Entry text/texmacsFocus on food, not supplements
When it comes to nutritional value, dietary supplements just don’t measure up. Choose whole foods such as fruits and vegetables instead to fuel your performance.
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Journal Entry C headerIt’s National Fresh Fruits and Vegetables Month!
During the warm months of summer many fresh fruits and vegetables are at their peak. Here are some tips to help you include more fruits and vegetables in your family’s diet.
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