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How Eggs Can Provide Sustainable Nutrition to Fight World Hunger
AgWired, Missouri - October 11, 2018

By Mickey Rubin, PhDExecutive DirectorThe Egg Nutrition Center (part of the American Egg Board)According to the World Health Organization, millions of children around the world suffer from stunting and wasting as a result of insufficient nutrition. In other words ...

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Cape Girardeau elementary school adopts calf for nutrition education
KFVS, Missouri - September 19, 2018

Blanchard Elementary adopted a calf named Molly. (Source: Mike Mohundro/KFVS) By Mike Mohundro | September 19, 2018 at 5:47 PM CDT - Updated September 19 at 5:48 PMCAPE GIRARDEAU, MO (KFVS) - Blanchard Elementary in Cape Girardeau announced that they adopted ...

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Neman: When your diet goes on vacation
STLtoday.com, Missouri - August 22, 2018

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With school back in session, focus on nutrition
News-Press Now, Missouri - August 22, 2018

Nutritious meals usually aren’t a high priority for parents and their children in the summer months.Ice cream takes precedence over a healthy dinner, and vacations tend to prompt overindulging in some rather fatty foods.But with school back in session, now ...

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Fruits and Vegetables nutrition decline
FOX2now.com, Missouri - August 3, 2018

× Fruits and Vegetables nutrition decline ST. LOUIS- Eating fruits and vegtables are a necessity for staying healthy. According to a new study, many people are not as nutritious ...

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Daily diet of drought stories
AgWeb (blog), Missouri - August 2, 2018

Skip to main content By:Dan HueberThe Hueber Report is a grain marketing advisory service and brokerage firm that places the highest importance on risk management and profitable farming.« Previous Blog PostingAug 02, 2018Click here for ...

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Daily diet of drought stories
AgWeb (blog), Missouri - August 2, 2018

Skip to main content By:Dan HueberThe Hueber Report is a grain marketing advisory service and brokerage firm that places the highest importance on risk management and profitable farming.« Previous Blog PostingAug 02, 2018Click here for ...

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Have a problem with my Diet Coke habit? After a gulp, I’m happy to respond
Kansas City Star, Missouri - July 17, 2018

I’m blaming the crushing heat for turning people into weirdos because I’ve had a few “Did that just happen?†moments lately. The strangest was at a QuikTrip on a Tuesday afternoon when the heat index was 102.It all started when I attempted ...

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Nutrition tip of the week: What do those labels really mean?
Lakenewsonline.com, Missouri - July 5, 2018

Wednesday Jul 4, 2018 at 10:00 AM Getting through the grocery store can be a chore, especially when you are trying to make better choices and read food labels. Consumer demand for information has resulted in more food label ...

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Nutrition tip of the week: Whos afraid of lectins?
Lakenewsonline.com, Missouri - June 20, 2018

Wednesday Jun 20, 2018 at 10:35 AM Plant proteins called lectins are emerging as the next food trend to cause confusion and fear about what to eat. Lectins are protein compounds found in a long list of foods including grains ...

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Cameron Nutrition Center could face closure
News-Press Now, Missouri - May 10, 2018

Cameron senior citizens and elderly shut-ins could possibly lose a valuable asset if the Cameron Nutrition Center closes its doors at the end of the month.The possible end began last year when the Area Council on Aging did not award any money to the Cameron Nutrition ...

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Cameron Nutrition Center forced to close doors
News-Press Now, Missouri - May 10, 2018

Cameron senior citizens and elderly shut-ins could possibly lose a valuable asset if the Cameron Nutrition Center closes its doors at the end of the month.The possible end began last year when the Area Council on Aging did not award any money to the Cameron Nutrition ...

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Cameron Nutrition Center forced to close doors
News-Press Now, Missouri - May 10, 2018

Cameron senior citizens and elderly shut-ins could possibly lose a valuable asset if the Cameron Nutrition Center closes its doors at the end of the month.The possible end began last year when the Area Council on Aging did not award any money to the Cameron Nutrition ...

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Bringing the magical legume into your diet
Jefferson City News Tribune, Missouri - May 2, 2018

Adding legumes to your diet is a great healthy habit to begin. Legumes (also called pulses, or dried beans) include all types of peas, beans, lentils and chickpeas. They are nutrient rich foods — containing lots of fiber, protein, B vitamins, iron, zinc ...

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Monsanto Fund partners with Africare to improve nutrition in Kenya
St. Louis American, Missouri - April 10, 2018

Monsanto Fund, in partnership with Africare, has pledged $5 million over a five-year period to improve nutrition and access to healthy food for women and young children in Turkana County, Kenya.Africare, based in Washington, D.C., works in partnership with African ...

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