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In honor of National Nutrition Month, we provide you with practical guidelines for a healthy lifestyle. Follow these simple dietary habits and physical activities to help prevent chronic disease. In addition, we will showcase a dinner recipe that is high in nutrients and can help boost immunity and overall health.

Choosing Health Over Convenience 
By Angeline Jeyakumar, Ph.D.

Dietary Habits

Physical Activity

Making Healthy Choices: One Day at a Time Dinner

Jeykumar, A. 2024, Healthy LIVING while aging! (2024-03), Extension | University of Nevada, Reno, Newsletter

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Greek Yogurt Oatmeal
A breakfast rich in fiber, protein and dairy.
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Pasta Primavera
A flavorful spring recipe for you and your family to savor.
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Healthy Aging Initiative

Using Extension's expertise, the HAI team can connect you with the resources to navigate aging and its trends. HAI programs are offered for older adults and those who partner with them to provide care and support, including careers in aging exploration for middle and high school students and incoming college freshmen. We provide expert nutrition and physical activity training information for elders, caregivers and professionals. We have sponsorship options for tours and professional education.