Twitter | Search | |
is a simple reminder to make healthful choices for meals and snacks. Tips, recipes, and more! RTs & follows ≠ endorsement.
Tweets 2h
Give lettuce wraps a try! Cook chicken, turkey or beef. Then top with peppers, beans, tomatoes, brown rice or quinoa; the options are endless!
Reply Retweet Like 21h
Make half your plate fruits and veggies with this recipe for Bell Pepper and Apple Coleslaw!
Reply Retweet Like 24h
Include kids in meal prep! Teach them about MyPlate & discuss which ingredients fall into each food group.
Reply Retweet Like Sep 19
September is National Mushroom Month! Use mushrooms in recipes to add flavor, texture, & veggies to your day. Recipe idea:
Reply Retweet Like retweeted
USDA Food Safety Sep 19
If you’re returning home after severe weather there are a few things you should know before salvaging food! Some foods in your freezer may make you sick if eaten. Need-to-know guide for safe vs. unsafe foods here ↓
Reply Retweet Like retweeted
Go4Life® Sep 19
Physical activity is key to healthy aging. Doing endurance, strength, balance, & flexibility exercises regularly can help you maintain health and independence as you age. This infographic has ideas on getting fit without spending money:
Reply Retweet Like Sep 18
Looking for a new snack idea? Try these: hard-cooked eggs, popcorn, seeds, whole grain crackers, cut-up veggies with hummus, or enjoy whole fruit.
Reply Retweet Like retweeted
USDA Food Safety Sep 18
Dealing with food loss after a flood/power outage? Tips for removing odors from spoiled foods in your appliances below:
Reply Retweet Like Sep 18
Teach kids about food safety after a flood with this poster – ‘Be Careful with Food & Water.’
Reply Retweet Like Sep 17
What’s on the menu? Let children help decide, such as choosing a vegetable side dish. Let them draw or write their choice to get them involved in meal planning.
Reply Retweet Like Sep 17
Here are 3 tips to stay healthy after a hurricane. More info in this toolkit:
Reply Retweet Like Sep 17
After a hurricane, food may not be safe to eat. Learn more in this poster from :
Reply Retweet Like retweeted
USDA Food Safety Sep 16
Currently affected by a power outage or did your power just come back on? Be sure to follow these tips when going through your refrigerator or freezer ↓
Reply Retweet Like Sep 13
Reply Retweet Like retweeted
Dept. of Agriculture Sep 13
Food Safety During Power Outages
Reply Retweet Like retweeted
USDA Food Safety Sep 12
Keep your food safe during a power outage to avoid foodborne illness. Key tips to remember ⬇ 1. Keep fridge & freezer doors closed. 2. Food in fridge is safe for up to 4 hours. 3. Food in freezer is safe for up to 48 hours (if full).
Reply Retweet Like Sep 12
Food Safety Tip - If your power goes out, try to keep the refrigerator & freezer closed as much as possible!
Reply Retweet Like Sep 12
Barely eat barley? Use this whole grain in soups, salads, risottos, or cook like oatmeal. Try this recipe for Veggie Barley Salad:
Reply Retweet Like Sep 11
Deciding what to make for dinner can be a constant challenge. For budget-friendly recipe & meal inspiration, visit:
Reply Retweet Like Sep 11
Reply Retweet Like