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8 posts tagged with "milk"
Gearing up for the Let's Get Midwest city Moving 5K walk/run event? Dr. Kerby has the latest research on post-workout recovery drinks. Read More
One of our favorite traditions is enjoying twinkly holiday lights. We love to walk through the lights with our family and friends while sipping a cup of hot cocoa. There are many beautiful holiday light displays all around our great state of Oklahoma! Read More
1% low-fat milk is packed with vitamins, minerals and macronutrients. Did you know that people who drink milk have higher intakes of vitamin D, vitamin A, vitamin B12, calcium, potassium, protein, and other nutrients than non-milk users? Read More
At ONIE we agree that watching the sugar you eat is a very legitimate concern. Blood glucose levels are directly affected by the amount of sugar we eat. Similarly, carbohydrates are broken down into sugar. Too much sugar in the diet can cause you to gain weight and damage your overall health. The US Dietary Guidelines recommend that we reduce consuming foods with added sugars or foods that have caloric sweeteners added to them during processing, preparation, or after preparation. Read More
This week we launched our campaign to promote 1% Low-fat milk use in your home. There are many myths about 1% low-fat milk. The ONIE Project team has gathered FACTS to bust the myths. Read More
September is National Childhood Obesity Awareness Month. Let's protect our kids from the health risk of obesity.