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Level up your health game during National Nutrition Month

This month-long initiative, led by Metro Health, has countless resources to help you and your family create healthy and sustainable habits.

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Metro Health offers information and resources to help you and your family “savor your health.”

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ICYMI, March is National Nutrition Month, an annual healthy eating campaign hosted by the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics since 1973.

Lettuce explain. This year’s theme, “Beyond the Table,” details the journey of nutrition from food production and distribution to choosing fresh fruits + veggies at supermarkets, local shops, and farmers markets. It also highlights home food safety, storage practices, and the various ways we eat.

This month-long initiative serves as a reminder to keep nutrition as a top priority by making healthy choices, like:

  • Planning meals ahead of time
  • Adding more fruits and vegetables to your meals
  • Making time to be physically active for at least 30 minutes a day

Throughout March (and beyond), Metro Health encourages you to stay nourished on any budget by eating a variety of colorful foods. Pro tip: Include your favorite cultural foods and traditions to make meals even more meaningful.

More tips to “savor your health.”

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