Discover How the Foods You Love Can Build a Nutritious Meal. Personalize Your Plate!

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Wondering how you can fit your favorite foods into a healthy meal? In celebration of National Nutrition Month, explore how to personalize your plate with your health and taste buds in mind!Mediterranean meal bowl

Topics covered include: building meals with a variety of nutritious foods from all of the food groups, enjoying your food, planning ahead for quick meal ideas, and food demonstrations with ideas for each meal of the day.

Join us via Zoom on March 16, 23, and 30, 2021, at noon EST for this fun and interactive series. Registration is free and open to anyone who is interested. Zoom is a free program accessible via computer, phone, or tablet. Visit the Zoom Help Center for Frequently Asked Questions and information on how to get started!

This series is hosted by Family and Consumer Science agents from N.C. Cooperative Extension of Alamance and Chatham Counties.

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