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Saturday, March 31, 2007

Webisode 1: Eat More Plants - fruit facts and veggie tales

We know we need to eat 5 servings per day. Its hard to get it into our own bodies, let alone our kids'. Our guest is Jennifer Tuttelman, a registered nutritionist, gubernatorial appointee to the MA Nutrition Board, and former nutrition education coordinator for the MA Women Infants & Children (WIC) program. Jen presents important things we should know about fruits and vegetables. She uncovers mysteries about portion size, frozen & fortified foods, and she'll introduce us to some produce we’ll want to get to know better. Jen informs us busy moms what to buy, how to prepare and eat nutritious, great tasting fruits and vegetables that you and your kids will adore.

Sponsored by: Wander Wear - "preventing kids from getting lost "

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