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Top 10 Reasons to Choose ONIE Recipes!

09/08/2017
Top 10 Reasons to Choose ONIE Recipes!
Our promise to you is that every ONIE recipe is quick, healthy & tasty! Learn more about what makes our recipes special here. Read More

2015 ONIE Calendars Have Arrived!

01/14/2015
2015 ONIE Calendars Have Arrived!
The 2015 ONIE Calendars are being distributed now! The calendar features 12 tasty recipes, lots of healthy tips, a list of Farmers' Markets across the state that accept SNAP benefits, and much more! Read about where to get your FREE calendar. Read More

Recipe of the Month - Southwest Meatballs

11/05/2014
Recipe of the Month - Southwest Meatballs
Southwest Meatballs - This meatball recipe adds a fun southwestern twist, packing in flavors you will love. It is hearty dish that takes just 20 minutes to prepare. The bonus is that it sneaks in veggies and is low in sodium!!! Read More

Halloween Ghosts and Goblins!

10/29/2014
Halloween Ghosts and Goblins!
I like to stock my house with lots of festive treats that don’t overload my diet on sugar and fat but still let me celebrate the holiday. One way to do this is to start dressing up your daily fruit. Of course I cannot take credit for all of these ideas but from a ‘hope to be dietitian’ standpoint I think these hit the “A” list for Halloween treats. Read More

Harvest Hustle 5K: Ready, set, go!

10/15/2014
Harvest Hustle 5K: Ready, set, go!
It’s race week; just 4 days until the Harvest Hustle. On October 19, 2014, it is time to get moving at MWC Regional Park! Read More

Pack it in with 1% low-fat milk!

10/01/2014
Pack it in with 1% low-fat milk!
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

1% Milk-No Added Sugar

09/24/2014
1% Milk-No Added Sugar
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

No Myth, 1% Is The Healthy Choice!

09/19/2014
No Myth, 1% Is The Healthy Choice!
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

Sodium is all the Buzz!

09/16/2014
Sodium is all the Buzz!
Too much sodium is all the buzz at ONIE. They are pouring on the salt for us and now most Americans consume 3436 mg of sodium/salt every day, which is much more than the 2300 mg recommended daily amount. Read More

The Salty Facts

09/10/2014
The Salty Facts
Yikes, our children are consuming too much sodium! The Center for Disease Control and Prevention just released findings that 90% of school-aged children are consuming 3,279 mg of sodium/salt every day. It is hard to believe that 9 out of 10 ten kids are consuming almost 70% more mg of sodium than calories and it is affecting their health (1,681 mg of sodium for every 1,000 calories consumed). Read More

Chicken Fingers

09/03/2014
Chicken Fingers
The featured recipe of the week is chicken fingers. A family favorite but with a special twist. As indicated on the picture, it is 1 to 1 certified, which tells me that the salt/sodium in a single serving does not exceed the amount of calories per serving. This is an easy rule of thumb to help me limit my salt/sodium intake to 2300 mg per day, the daily recommend amount. Read More

ABCS of Kids' Food Games

08/13/2014
ABCS of Kids' Food Games
The first week of a new school year is a very exciting time for children. With all this excitement kids are bound to be hungry when they come home. It is important to have healthy and easy snack choices ready for kids. The ONIE Project has two great afterschool snacks that parents and children can make together: apple race cars and banana bugs. Read More

Recipe of the Month- Turkey Tarragon Pitas

07/16/2014
Recipe of the Month- Turkey Tarragon Pitas
Turkey Tarragon Pitas are a great summer dish. They are light but you feel full after eating one serving. The recipe is easy, just mix everything together. You can make the recipe ahead and serve it a few days later even. Read More

Summer Fresh Salsa!

07/02/2014
Watermelon
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