Nutrition Links

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Fresh, Frozen, Canned, Dried and 100% Juice: All Forms of Fruits & Vegetables Matter!

30_Ways_to_Stretch_Your_FV_Budget

30 ways in 30 days to stretch your fruit and vegetable budget.

Nutrition Education for Wellness (NEW)
A great source for reliable nutrition information! It is full of interesting nutrition facts, recipes, food safety tips, plus links to other helpful sites. A good place to start is at the NEW Resource page.

Hawaii Foods
Provides information to help you make better food choices and improve your diet.

Healthy Kine Grindz
This is a local nutrition blog written by Waimanalo Health Center’s very own nutritionist, Mele Kalama-Kingma, RD. Check it out!

What Should I Eat?
The Harvard School of Public Health has some fabulous tips on healthy eating. This page also has Ten Nutrition Tips for Eating Right, or you can look at the left side of the page to browse or search for other topics.

NEW Food Skills Cookbook
Nutrition Education for Wellness (NEW), in partnership with CTAHR, provides this Food Skills Cookbook with tips and recipes.

Home Cooking Recipes
These recipes come from the Harvard School of Public Health – a great source for health information. Get some new ideas on healthy ways to prepare veggies and more!

‘Ulu Recipes
Let’s learn to cook the foods that grow so abundantly around us!

 Too much Vitamin A (retinol) can be bad for your bones!
Avoid taking supplements with more than 100% of the RDA of Vitamin A, but keep eating your leafy greens and other vegetables. The form of Vitamin A in fruits and vegetables is much safer for the body.