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Prairie Fare: Grocery Shopping Options Are Changing


Read food nutrition labels and comparison shop to make the best choices wherever you buy groceries.

Prairie Fare: Electric Pressure Cookers Can Speed Meal Preparation


Electric pressure cookers let you make everything from main courses to desserts, but don’t use them for canning food.

Prairie Fare: Gentlemen, Maintain Your Bodies With New ‘Healthwise for Guys’ Resources


A website includes fact sheets and links to a wide range of research-based health information.

Prairie Fare: Immune System, Put On Your Boxing Gloves


You have several ways to help your immune system resist colds and flu.

Prairie Fare: Is Romaine Lettuce Safe to Eat?


To avoid foodborne illness, be aware of food recalls and handle all food safely.

Prairie Fare: 10 Tips to Help Pare Off Some Pounds


An extra 100 calories per day may result in a 10-pound weight gain in a year.

Prairie Fare: Be Ready for Extreme Cold This Winter


Here are tips for staying nourished, safe and warm this winter.

Prairie Fare: New Long-term Study Shows More Benefits of Family Mealtimes


Here are tips to help make eating meals as a family a reality.

Prairie Fare: Try This 5-step Strategy for Health Goal Setting


Set goals that are specific, measurable, attainable, realistic and timed.

Prairie Fare: Mrs. Claus Comments on Santa’s Health


A conversation with Mrs. Claus highlights the importance of good eating and health-care habits.

Prairie Fare: Do Microwave Ovens Zap Nutrients in Foods?


Cooking in a microwave can help preserve nutrients in food.

Prairie Fare: Always Compliment the Cook Who Uses Planned-over Food


Don’t let leftover food go to waste; turn it into planned-overs.

Prairie Fare: How Much Do You Know About Frozen Food Storage?


Freezing is one of the easiest and most convenient ways to preserve food if you have the proper equipment.

Prairie Fare: Make Good Use of Leftovers This Holiday Season


Take steps to avoid food waste.

Prairie Fare: Are You Among the 1 in 3?


An estimated 84 million Americans have prediabetes, and most don’t know it.