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How to Grow Healthy Kids

Our children’s nutrition is vital to their health and development, both in school and in sports. Teach your kids about healthy choices today to establish healthy habits for tomorrow. Set a good example by involving them in meal planning, introducing them to cooking and portion control and getting active!

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What to Eat During Pregnancy

If you’re pregnant you have probably heard the phrase eating for two. It’s true that a pregnant woman's calorie intake grows during pregnancy, but simply doubling your calorie intake is not the solution for you or your baby.

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Regardless of whether banana selfies are an effective way to protest racism, banana snacks are undoubtedly an effective way to refuel the body.

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Founded in Hawaii in 1851, Dole Food Company, Inc., with 2010 revenues of $6.9 billion, is the world's largest producer and marketer of high-quality fresh fruit and fresh vegetables. Dole markets a growing line of packaged and frozen foods, and is a produce industry leader in nutrition education and research. The Company does business in more than 90 countries and employs, on average, 36,000 full-time, regular employees and 23,000 full-time seasonal or temporary employees, worldwide.
BY Dole Nutrition Institute

January is Cervical Cancer Screening Month

January 21, 2004

About 12,000 American women are diagnosed with cervical cancer each year, but thanks to effective screening, many of the women can be cured. The good news is that overall cervical cancer rates are declining, but there’s bad news for women who are obese: They have double the chance of developing cervical adenocarcinoma (a malignant cervical cancer), according to a recent study published in the journalCancer. Moreover, a recent Gallup poll sponsored by the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG) found that nearly 80% of female ob-gyns rated obesity as the most serious health problem facing women under 50.

Log on to here to learn more and assess your risk. Another helpful site is provided by Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center.

Most importantly, women should get screened by their gynecologist on an annual basis, keep an eye on their weight and make sure they eat their 5-to-9 servings of fruits and vegetables a day. According to the National Cancer Institute, “People whose diets are rich in fruits and vegetables have a lower risk of getting cancer.”

Want to learn more about the ABC’s of possibly staving off cancer through diet? Here’s a comprehensive list of those foods that research indicates may have benefits.

For preparation ideas, check our featured recipe, or click here to find out why roasting veggies can help to enhance their taste and aroma.