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March is National Nutrition Month. The theme this year is “Eat Right with Color”- a perfect fit for the most recent 2010 Dietary Guidelines.  After their release in January-finally- The 95-page report can easily be broken down into a few simple consumer take-home messages (as decribed by the genius at one of my favorite blogs: Nutrition UnPlugged)  
Balancing Calories
*Enjoy your food, but eat less
*Avoid oversized portions

Foods to Increase
*Make half your plate fruits and vegetables
*Switch to fat-free or low-fat (1%) milk

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Foods to Reduce
*Compare sodium in foods like soup, bread and frozen meals — and choose the foods with lower numbers *Drink water instead of sugary drinks

What is National Nutrition Month®, exactly? NNM is a nutrition education and information campaign created annually in March by the American Dietetic Association. The campaign focuses attention on the importance of making informed food choices and developing sound eating and physical activity habits .
Myself and the American Dietetic Association encourages everyone to eat a variety of nutritious foods at every meal.  You have heard the phrase- “Eat the Rainbow”- well, this year the ADA took that idea and are promoting consumers to “Eat Right with Color.”

Different colors of foods supply different nutrients. You know about fruits and vegetables, but don’t forget the colorful varieties of lean meats and fish, whole grains and low-fat and fat-free dairy products.
A few small menu changes can get you on your way to eating healthfully. Add sliced fruit to whole grain cereal at breakfast. Put tomatoes, dark leafy greens and low-fat cheese on your sandwich at lunch. Serve baked or grilled fish for dinner. All things I believe and practice in my own life- and do so proudly.
Remember that following a healthy diet doesn’t have to be complicated, specialty, or expensive.

Visit the American Dietetic Association for more information and to find a registered dietitian in your area.

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