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National Nutrition Month banner Each March, The Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics celebrates National Nutrition Month®. This annual event reinforces the importance of developing sound eating and physical activity habits.

Check out the note from Emily Parent, CobornsDelivers Supermarket Registered Dietitian, on what this month means, how you can participate and what helpful resources are in it for you!

Greetings from Emily

Emily Parent

It's March and as a dietitian that means my favorite time of year is here! It's National Nutrition Month®—a full month dedicated to all things food and nutrition! Every year, this campaign looks to bring attention to the development of healthful habits related to food choices, eating patterns and physical activity. This year's theme reminds us that small changes in our eating style can make lasting changes. That means it's time to put your best fork forward and find the healthy lifestyle that works best for you! Here at CobornsDelivers, we are dedicated to making the healthy choice the easy choice for you! You can check out our Wellness Guide, where we make it easy to find the nutritious products you are looking for, whether you want help finding healthy snacks, vegan options, or gluten-free products! Don't forget that I am a free resource to support you in your health goals, too! Whether you have a simple product question, want help developing a more nutritious eating pattern, or need recipe ideas, I am here to help!

Happy and Healthy Eating,

Emily Parent, RD, LD
Supermarket Registered Dietitian   |   Phone: 763.576.6821, ext. 379

CobornsDelivers Health & Wellness Guide

If you're striving for a healthier lifestyle, let us help! Enjoy shopping lists created by experts so you can quickly choose fresh, better-for-you-options and then let us deliver everything right to your door.

Health Attributes & Preferences

Grass-fed animals cannot be fed grain at any point in their life, while grain-fed graze in the pasture and are fed grain to supplement their pasture diet. People often choose to buy grass-fed products because of their slightly higher amount of heart-healthy Omega-3 fatty acids.

Probiotics are "good" or "helpful" bacteria found in certain foods that help promote a healthy digestive tract, therefore strengthening the immune system!

Fiber is important to have in the diet for many reasons. Not only does it help keep you regular, it keeps you feeling fuller longer, and consumption can help lower cholesterol levels! Fiber is commonly found in fruits, vegetables, whole grains, beans, and nuts. Items on this list have at least 3 grams of fiber per serving!

Lifestyle & Dietary Needs

If you have Celiac Disease or a gluten intolerance, avoiding gluten (a mixture of two proteins found in some foods) can be beneficial in protecting the gut and preventing intestinal discomfort. It can seem overwheming to exclude these foods from your diet, however, there are many foods naturally gluten-free, including grains! You'll be sure to find foods you can enjoy!

If you choose to follow a vegetarian diet, there are many great options for you! Don't forget to include sources of protein like beans, legumes, nuts, seeds, and dairy, eggs, and fish if you choose to include those in your diet.

If you choose to follow a vegan diet, there are many great options for you! Don't forget to include sources of protein like beans, legumes, nuts, and seeds!

Better-For-You Choices

Beverages in this category have few ingredients, are low in calories and added sugar, and are a great addition to your diet to help keep you hydrated!

Cutting back on sodium intake in the diet is important for overall health. Too much sodium can cause the heart to work harder than necessay, leading to high blood pressure and heart-related problems. Although sodium is found in many foods, there are also many foods naturally low in sodium! All options listed have less than 200 mg of sodium.

When snacking, it's important to choose options that have protein, healthy fats, complex carbs that are also low in added sugar. To make it easy for you, here's a list of our favorites!

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