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Building resilience through nutrition - Daily Reflector
Greenville Daily Reflector, North Carolina - November 21, 2018

Dear readers: Happy Thanksgiving. I am thankful that Chris Crotty a soon to be physician and former service member volunteered to share his story of Building Resilience Through Nutrition. As you gather with family and friends this holiday season, share your tips ...

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Letter: Help protect the planet with a vegan diet
Mountain Xpress, North Carolina - October 14, 2018

Thanks to Richard Fireman for creating dialogue regarding climate change in his letter “City Council Needs Missionary Zeal†in the Sept. 19 issue of Mountain Xpress. I would add we all need missionary zeal around protecting our planet, and Ashevilleans ...

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Robeson County residents line up for disaster food and nutrition benefits
WLOS, North Carolina - September 28, 2018

People spent hours in line Friday at the Robeson County Department of Social Services applying for the Disaster Food and Nutrition benefits program. (Photo credit: WLOS staff)ROBESON COUNTY, S.C. (WLOS) — South Carolina's Robeson County was declared a ...

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Asheville VegFest celebrates vegan diet
WLOS, North Carolina - September 2, 2018

ASHEVILLE, N.C. (WLOS) — Eating healthy with a plant-based diet: For the third year in a row, Asheville Mayor Esther Manheimer proclaims "Vegan Awareness Week" in the city.There are been educational, informational and just plain fun activities to highlight ...

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Good nutrition helps in healing
Greenville Daily Reflector, North Carolina - August 22, 2018

Q: I would like to tell your readers about the role healthy eating and physical activity play in recovering from an illness or injury. — H.P., GreenvilleA: Holly Pittard is a Brody medical student who has an interest in physical medicine and rehabilitation ...

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Plant-based diet has benefits and risks
Greenville Daily Reflector, North Carolina - August 15, 2018

Q: I had a heart attack recently, and my health care provider is trying to get me to go vegan. I never paid much attention to my diet, but I am willing to try to make some changes. I might be able to be a lacto-ovo vegetarian, but I don’t see myself giving ...

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Farmers' market visitors and vendors sold on nutrition program
Greenville Daily Reflector, North Carolina - June 16, 2018

The Leroy James Farmers’ Market teems every Saturday with vendors selling fresh vegetables, fruit, eggs, juice, flowers, plants, baked goods and other wares. Planted among their stalls, at a station of her own, is Magen Flanagan, coordinator of the Pitt ...

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Exercise and a healthy diet help prevent Type 2 diabetes
Mountain Xpress, North Carolina - February 10, 2017

âWe have epigenetic coaches that work with clients and read their genetic data, looking at 500 genetic variations and working with sleep, stress, nutrition, exercise and human movement ⦠environment, thoughts, etc. So we're venturing into all realms

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Iredell kids get their fill in summer nutrition programs
Statesville Record & Landmark, North Carolina - June 26, 2016

Kids who are hungry over the summer donât have to look far to find meals in Iredell County this year.North Carolina Department of Public Instructionâs School Nutrition Services staff and statewide partners are hosting âMeet Up and Eat Up,â a summer nutrition ...

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At gyms, nutrition advice is now on the menu
Jacksonville Daily News, North Carolina - April 7, 2016

Others are creating package deals that combine workout routines and custom diet plans designed by certified nutritionists.Aliza Norcross has found a great recipe for Moroccan lentil soup, but it didn't come from a foodie website. Her go-to source for dinner ideas ...

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The Market Place chef William Dissen talks child nutrition with Congress members
Mountain Xpress, North Carolina - October 31, 2015

âThere's a direct correlation between nutrition and ability to learn, and that shouldn't be something just for wealthy people,â Chef William Dissen says. âIn a country as advanced as ours, the childhood nutrition â especially in the school system

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Child nutrition substitutes needed
Jacksonville Daily News, North Carolina - August 27, 2014

Onslow County Schools Child Nutrition Department is looking for additional Child Nutrition Substitutes for the 2014-15 school year.Substitutes will work no more than 20 hours a week between the hours of 7 a.m. and 2 p.m. Duties include reading recipes and directions ...

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No Time To Clean? Try The Clutter Diet
WFMY News 2, North Carolina - July 9, 2014

No, we're not going to give you a timelines for cleaning your drapes or your baseboards. These are practical everyday routines for keeping your house clean and clutter free from the creator of The Clutter Diet, Lorie MarreroGREENSBORO, NC -- We couldn't do a maintenance ...

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Swansboro offers Nutrition 101 class
Jacksonville Daily News, North Carolina - June 10, 2014

Nutrition 101 class sorts out all the nutrition information out there from 6 to 7 p.m. June 12 at the Swansboro Recreation Center located at 830 Main Street Ext.Topics of discussion include organic versus conventional foods; carbs or no carbs, and how much you ...

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Asheville City School Board to hold nutrition meeting
Mountain Xpress, North Carolina - June 1, 2014

Approval of a parent-led nutrition steering committee is one topic to be discussed at a special work session and meeting of the Asheville City School Board at noon on Monday, June 2. The district-wide committee would work with the Child Nutrition ...

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