It's National Nutrition Month!

Can't find fresh? Go Frozen! 

Nutritionally speaking, frozen fruits and vegetables are often superior to the “fresh” 
ones you find at the supermarket. 

Frozen fruits are picked fresh at their peak ripeness and are frozen 
immediately which seals in nutrients. 

  

On average, food travels 1,500 miles from farm to grocery.

At that time food can lose up to 45 percent of its nutritional value.

If possible find fruits that are in season, if not frozen fruits are good too!


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Recipe of the Month

Overnight Oats
yields: 2 servings

 


Ingredients: 

¼ cup old fashioned rolled oats, uncooked

1/4-cup nonfat milk
¼ cup Greek yogurt
1 teaspoon Chia seeds
1 ½ teaspoon honey,
¼ cup diced mango
½ tablespoon sliced almonds
¼ cup strawberries, chopped (optional)



Directions:

In a half-pint Mason jar add oats, milk, yogurt, chia seeds, honey and sliced almonds.


Place lid on the jar and shake until evenly combined.
Add the mangoes and stir to mix throughout.
Place the lid back on and refrigerate overnight or up to 2 days.
Top with strawberries (optional)
Eat chilled and enjoy!

Nutrient Analysis: (1 serving)



Calories: 300; Fat: 71g; Trans Fat: 0g; Cholesterol: 2mg; Sodium: 58mg; Carbohydrate: 40g; Fiber: 6g; Sugar: 21g; Protein: 15g; Vitamin A: 7%; Vitamin C: 16%; Calcium: 23%; Iron: 11%

 


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