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We all know it. We try to fight it. But having a healthy diet does the body good.
March has been deemed National Nutrition Month® by the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics.
The purpose behind the academy’s campaign is to educate and inform people on why nutrition is so beneficial to the overall health of the body.
This year’s National Nutrition Month theme is “Enjoy the Taste of Eating Right.”
According to the website www.eatright.org, consumer research shows that taste usually tops nutrition as a reason to choose unhealthy foods over healthy ones.
While Christmas is spent opening gifts and spending time with loved ones, the day after can seem a bit chaotic.
Drive past any dumpster or neighborhood and what can be seen? Nothing other than piles and piles of trash consisting of wrapping paper and gift boxes stacked all over the place.
But this holiday season let’s try to focus on being a little greener in the waste department, and those goes for more than just your basic recycling items.
Sometimes hard work pays off big time.
Each year millions of Americans celebrate Halloween, also known as All Hallows’ Eve, by dressing up in a costume or passing out candy to children.
But here in Lincoln Parish with the many festivities we have surrounding the holiday, residents should all take a moment to make sure we have a healthy and safe Halloween.
Childrensdmc.org gave the following safety tips for candy.
• Avoid giving choking hazards such as gum, peanuts, hard candies or small toys as treats to young children.
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