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CHS Nutrition delivering tons of donated feed to Lodgepole Complex fire victims
KRTV Great Falls News

CHS Nutrition delivering tons of donated feed to Lodgepole Complex fire victims

KRTV Great Falls News - July 29, 2017

The fires have burned more than 270,000 acres and destroyed at least 16 homes in Garfield County and the surrounding area.CHS Nutrition staff said volunteers ...

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Studying connection between weed issues, animal's diet
Sidney Herald Leader, Montana - May 23, 2017

It is a given that every year agricultural producers are going to have to deal with weed problems.  Iâve often wondered though, how much of the weed issues our livestock producers fight is brought on by the diet their animal eats. In doing some research, I ...

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Nurse's Notes: Tips for better nutrition in 2017
The Missoulian, Montana - January 3, 2017

Instead of âgoing on a diet,â consider small daily changes you can make to create long-term lifestyle changes â new habits. âGoing on a dietâ puts us in a vicious cycle. A typical diet is a short-term solution. Once we start, we'll likely be back on a

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FLASH IN THE PAN: Your ideal diet is dictated by your genes
The Missoulian, Montana - May 18, 2016

This mismatch between diet and genes is the underlying premise behind the concepts of precision medicine and precision nutrition, which, Brenna and his time is the way of the future. â[Precision nutrition/medicine] means making recommendations on a person b

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SHAPE UP MONTANA: Check out 'buffet' of accurate, flavorful nutrition information
Billings Gazette, Montana - May 10, 2016

As another Shape Up Montana season wraps up, I hope you have enjoyed this yearâs focus on nutrition resources you can use. Itâs been a pleasure to share my RDN (registered dietitian nutritionist) colleagues' work with you. Our national association â the Academy ...

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SHAPE UP MONTANA: Mobile apps can help you reach nutrition goals
Billings Gazette, Montana - April 12, 2016

The go-to nutrition app for my RDN colleagues is Calorie Counter and Diet Tracker by My Fitness Pal, which networks well with a long list other apps and fitness-tracking devices including FitBit. The basic app is free with premium features for added costs.

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