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Maine Dairy & Nutrition Council

Nutrition from your neighbor's farm to your family's table

Maine Dairy & Nutrition Council

Nutrition from your neighbor's farm to your family's table

By Matthew Walker, UMaine Dietetic Intern Don’t look now, but fall is all but here. The end of summer means two things — blueberry season has come to an end as we close in on apple picking season, and school is starting back up. Kids are excited to be back and see their friends daily, … Continued

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The 2020-2025 Dietary Guidelines for Americans recognizes that dairy foods play an important role in healthy eating patterns from infancy through adulthood. Dairy-Through-the-Lifespan-2021 DGA

From age 9 on, it is recommended that everyone eat three servings of dairy each day. Until then, it varies. The following is the National Dairy Council’s breakdown of the 2020-25 Dietary Guidelines for each life stage from infancy through adolescence. Below are suggestions for how to incorporate dairy in your child’s diet. Also included … Continued

By: Kalee Tinker, UMaine Dietetic Intern at the Maine Dairy & Nutrition Council It’s that time of year again. That’s right. It’s the holiday season. This year the holidays will be different for most of us. Regardless of the ongoing pandemic, we can still feel the joy and happiness unique to this time of year. … Continued

Three servings of dairy a day do so much. One serving of milk is 8 ounces. Drink it, pour it over cereal, or add it to your coffee. All contribute to your daily servings. A mere 1.5 ounces or two small slices of cheese is a serving. Just 6 ounces of yogurt is one serving. … Continued

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