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Adults and kids who eat breakfast have more energy, are more focused at work and school, and eat healthier throughout the day. Without breakfast, people can get irritable, restless, and tired.

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Skim milk provides the same vitamins and minerals as whole milk – with less fat. Since the fat portion of whole milk does not contain calcium, when you take out the fat, you do not lose calcium.

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Get in as many servings of vegetables as possible, even for picky eaters. Chop up veggies (try carrots or zucchini) and put them in foods like muffins, pancakes, or pasta sauce.

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People who cycle or walk on community trails at least once a week are twice as likely as people who rarely use such trails to get the recommended amount of daily physical activity (30 minutes). Find a local trail and get moving!

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The average American adult spends 91% of their waking hours SITTING. Small bouts of activity throughout the day provide an energy boost and great health benefits.

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Snacks can boost your daily fiber. Look for granola bars, crackers and other snacks that use whole wheat flour, rolled oats, oat bran, or wheat germ and bran. The fiber will make the food more filling and the grains are a great source of good energy and a little protein.

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Plain yogurt, skim milk, and buttermilk are great alternatives for whole milk. Buttermilk creates the same texture as whole milk in many of your favorite recipes.

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Nuts and seeds offer heart healthy fats. You can bulk up the nutritional value in a recipe by adding nuts and seeds, like a cup of walnuts in banana bread or adding pecans in your salad.

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If a recipe calls for six eggs, use three whole and six egg whites to cut down on fat and cholesterol. For most recipes, two egg whites can replace one whole egg.

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Warm spices such as cinnamon, nutmeg and ground ginger are all great for adding flavor when you’re low-fat baking.

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You can enjoy chocolate as part of a balanced, homemade snack by adding bits of dark or milk chocolate or cocoa nibs to yogurt, trail mix or low fat ice cream for a little sweetness and a delicious dose of antioxidants.

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