March

When Choosing Protein foods, Variety is Key
Protein foods include both animal (meat, poultry, seafood, and eggs) and plant (beans, peas, soy products, nuts, and seeds) sources. We all need protein - but most Americans eat enough, and some eat more than they need. How much is enough? Most people, ages 9 and older, should eat 5 to 7 ounces of protein foods each day. Protein tip sheet.

Winter Farmers' Market in the Saratoga/Glens Falls/Capital Region
List of Winter Farmers' Markets

Cooking Convenience Foods
Every year, one in six Americans will fall ill due to some form of food poisoning. Many time it's the result of not cooking food to the correct temperature. In fact, bacteria can multiply the quickest when food is between 40° F and 140° F. Follow these four simple steps when preparing food to keep you and your family safe. Cooling convenience foods brochure.


Contact

Diane Whitten
Community Nutrition/Health
dsh23@cornell.edu
518-885-8995

Last updated January 5, 2015