• Lean cuts of meat and heart health

    Eating Lean Red Meat Can Support Heart Health

    Too often, eating well seems to mean giving up eating things we love! On top of that, diet trends are always shifting and it’s hard to separate fad from fact. A new study published in The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition gave us good news on both fronts.

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  • Back to school breakfast

    Back to School Means Back to School Meals

    As students head back to school across Kansas, there’s a big readjustment for the whole family. Do you feel like your morning routine is off kilter? Are you out the door too early for a sit-down meal? Do you struggle to remember to remind your kids to grab a yogurt or cheese stick from...

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  • wheat blog kids in the kitchen

    Cooking with Kids

    Getting kids in the kitchen has many benefits. Not only are children more likely to eat foods they help prepare, but involving them in the kitchen from a young age can also instill a love for cooking and help teach them fundamental life skills.

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  • Wheat Carbohydrates

    Are Carbohydrates Good for You?

    Conduct a quick search for carbohydrates or carbs and you’ll likely end up confused about whether or not carbs are good for you. Several popular diets claim that carbohydrates are bad for your health and are associated with weight gain. However, science and evidence-based research show us...

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  • Wheat Packable Snacks

    Packable Snacks: Tips for Busy Parents

    “I’m hungry!” “What is there to eat?” Parents hear these phrases on an almost daily basis! As a mom of two kiddos and a Registered Dietitian, it’s important to me to have snacks on hand that aren’t just empty calories but contribute to my children’s balanced diet.

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  • Benefits of Soy

    Three Health Benefits of Soy

    When we think of healthy eating, leafy greens and other vegetables often jump to the top of the list. There’s one vegetable (well, legume, technically, but who’s counting) you should include — soybeans.

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    The Purple Plow Challenge

    Did you know 413,000 or 14 percent of Kansans suffer from food insecurity? The issue affects communities across the state, and there’s no magic bullet. The American Farm Bureau wants to be part of the solution and parents, teachers and students can help. Through its Foundation for...

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  • Breakfast for kids

    Five Game-Changing Reasons to Make Breakfast a Priority

    We’ve all heard that breakfast is the most important meal of the day, and it’s even more important for kids — to fuel them up for their busy schedules. That’s because breakfast foods are a good source of nutrients like calcium, iron, and B vitamins as well as protein and fiber — all...

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  • BeefWise

    Lean Beef Can Help You Achieve Your Health Goals

    New research shows including lean beef in your diet can help you lose weight, while maintaining muscle and a healthy heart.

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  • Various Dairy Products

    Three Health Benefits of Dairy

    When it comes to eating healthfully, we all know the basics — fresh fruits and vegetables, whole grains, plus lean proteins are all musts. But what about dairy?

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