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Merchants Bank's Donation to Hunger Free Vermont Supports Cooking and Nutrition Education
vtdigger.org, Vermont - September 9, 2016

ts.“We are so grateful to Merchants Bank for supporting The Learning Kitchen,” said Hunger Free Vermont Executive Director Marissa Parisi, “Education on nutrition, cooking skills, and shopping tips makes such a difference for all Vermonters to successfully ...

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New York to spend $75M to boost senior nutrition, health
WCAX, Vermont - August 31, 2016

It will support programs to prevent and reduce chronic diet-related diseases such as diabetes and obesity, as well as efforts to boost senior nutrition through access to healthy foods.In some cases, the money will pay for healthy options at community meal sites ...

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Table Talk: The skinny on diet tips
BurlingtonFreePress.com, Vermont - May 15, 2016

A friend asked me to help with her diet. Sheâs healthy except for the slings and arrows of oldish age. Marie Osmond isnât her type, nor would she spend what shipped diet meals cost. Sheâs seen a doctor who referred her to a nutritionist. This isnât a federal ...

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Integrative Health: Nutrition tips from China
Barre Montpelier Times Argus, Vermont - April 18, 2016

In general a nutritional TCM diet consists of warm, cooked foods that one can easily digest. This would include cooked vegetables, soups, noodles, rice, stews and small portions of meat. Opt for whole-wheat grains that are well cooked and easily digested

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Summer nutrition programs expand to more children
vtdigger.org, Vermont - July 7, 2015

The numbers of students in Vermont's schools who qualify for nutrition help is growing â from 33 percent in the 2008-09 school year (about 31,000 students), to 42.5 percent (38,000 students) in the 2014-15 school year, according to Hunger Free Vermont.

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VTrendlines: Food, nutrition for older residents
BurlingtonFreePress.com, Vermont - May 26, 2015

ZH: Meals on Wheels clients have a variety of nutrition-risk-related issues. Nutrition is one of the major determinants of successful aging. Primarily, nutrition helps health and functionality. Almost 80 percent of older adults have one chronic condition and 50 ...

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Vermont diet venture fails in crowded marketplace
BurlingtonFreePress.com, Vermont - May 9, 2014

During the research on the program done at the University of Vermont by Jean Harvey-Berino, professor and chairperson of nutrition and food sciences, 65 percent of participants had clinically meaningful weight loss of 5 percent or more during the 12-week program.Jay ...

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Maroney: Keep the farm bill separate from food stamp nutrition funding
vtdigger.org, Vermont - July 22, 2013

Editor's Note: This commentary is by James H. Maroney, Jr. He graduated with a Masters in Environmental Law & Policy from Vermont Law School in 2012 and lives in Leicester, Vt. Perhaps someone who is not hysterical about having the nutrition title ...

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Vegan diet and the flu epidemic
Barre Montpelier Times Argus, Vermont - January 25, 2013

Each of us can help end animal farming and build up our own immune system against the flu by replacing animal products in our diet with vegetables, fruits and whole grains. These foods dont carry flu viruses or government warning labels, are touted by every major ...

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Drinking on a diet? Calories can add up fast
Barre Montpelier Times Argus, Vermont - January 11, 2013

Lisa McRee, a former âGood Morning Americaâ co-anchor who now publishes the popular recipe and diet tip site The Skinny, remembers being on a âno white foodsâ diet and being miserable since that included âno white wine.â These days she eschews fad

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Table Talk: Fulfilling the January mandate -- the diet
BurlingtonFreePress.com, Vermont - January 1, 2012

I have no training in the nutrition/diet professions, just a mountain of experience and common sense which, once a year, merits sharing. If one person in a family needs to lose a few pounds, others could probably benefit, too. My "secret" is just that.

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Greene: Proud Pickle History
Vermont Public Radio, Vermont - November 4, 2011

Tome, it sounds like pure bliss, but at the time, nervous socialreformers, politicians and xenophobes fixated on the immigrant diet andwere appalled. It was filled with too many highly spiced foods, whichmade newcomers too excitable and unstable to be good Americans. ...

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Commercial diet schemes 'beat NHS'
Rutland Times, Vermont - November 3, 2011

Diet programmes such as Weight Watchers, Slimming World and Rosemary Conley are cheaper and far more effective than those run by the NHS, according to new research.Offering patients counselling in diet and fitness via GP surgeries or pharmacies is "ineffective" ...

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United Way Volunteer Connection
BurlingtonFreePress.com, Vermont - November 3, 2011

This innovative peer-to-peer program aims to give seniors the tools and resources to learn about the importance of healthful eating, and how 3SquaresVT, a federal nutrition assistance program, can help them afford fresh, healthful foods. Do you have an interest ...

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English diet 'can help save lives'
Rutland Times, Vermont - November 3, 2011

Thousands of lives could be saved in Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland every year if people adopted the English diet, according to new research.Eight out of 10 unnecessary deaths from cancer, heart disease and stroke in Wales and Northern Ireland could be prevented ...

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