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To celebrate National Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Month you'll want to read our featured article, by Sabina Malik, assistant professor and extension specialist in community health and food systems. This month we also celebrate National Dairy month with ways to get calcium even if you don't drink milk or eat dairy and National Egg month with a healthy and vegetable filled frittata. Don't forget to visit SNAP-Ed Nevada for more information on eating healthy, being active and shopping smart.

Give your body a health boost by eating more fresh fruit and vegetables

I don’t drink milk. What should I have instead for calcium?

Frittata Recipe

Malik, S. 2023, Healthy LIVING while aging! (2023-06), Extension | University of Nevada, Reno, Newsletter

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