Tag: Nutrition

Candy That’s Good For You

Berries are like nature’s candy: sweet and delicious.  However, unlike regular candy, they are a powerhouse of nutrients for good health.  Berries are low in calories and contain vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, fiber, and water with no fat, cholesterol,… Read More

2019 Small Ruminants Production Conference

Join us on Thursday, May 16, 2019 for an information packed session on caring for your goats and sheep.  Topics will include nutritional requirements, common diseases of small ruminants, pasture management, toxic weeds and plants, marketing for meat,… Read More

2019 Diabetes Self-Management Education

Join us for this 2019 six-session series on diabetes self-management education. UF/IFAS Marion County Extension and One Health Center present an educational mini-series on diabetes self-management.               Location: One Health Center 1714… Read More

Does the Thought of Eating Produce Make you Sick?

If the thought of eating fruits and vegetables gives you a sour face, you are in the majority. According to a recent poll by the CDC, 90% of Americans are not getting the recommended servings from fruits and vegetables in their diets. Coincidentally, almost… Read More

Research helps parents “give milk” to improve nutrition and livelihoods in Rwanda

by Judy Kimani, International Livestock Research Institute ◊ Gabura Amata Mubyeyi, translated from Kinyarwanda, means “Parents, Give Milk.” This phrase communicates one of the core messages resulting from an ongoing research project in Rwanda. Many parents and other… Read More

Home Canning Basics Classes in April

Food preservation is a nutritious and economical way to turn fresh foods into pantry staples!   This 2-part series will introduce the fundamentals of canning and build the skills you need to safely preserve food at home. Part 1:  Basics of Home Canning  – Tuesday, April 16, 2019… Read More