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Welcome. This blog site, healthy eating and food safety, has been discontinued as of June 23, 2017. I look forward to your comments and feedback regarding use of this tool to disseminate educational information.
Thursday, April 25, 2013
Consumer and lifestyle apps are becoming the “go-to” for nutrition advice. There are literally hundreds to pick from and they are not created equal. A great resource for finding reliable apps based on scientific research, developed by the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, is http://foodandnutritionmagazine.com/resources/app-reviews Registered Dietitians Review apps for those looking to grocery shop, cook, lose weight, manage their diabetes, and/or eat gluten-free, and shop wisely. Ratings are on a scale of one to five stars. A couple of apps they recommend include:
Food on the Table is a meal planning on a budget app. The app matches supermarket sales items with your food preferences and supports meal planning with meals and shopping lists.
FoodFacts app delivers product nutrition information, ingredients, allergens and FoodFacts Health Score via mobile devise.
Brown County UW-Extension office tests pressure canner dial gauges at no cost. Please call for an appointment (920.391.4651) or leave off the pressure canner lid at the Brown County UW-Extension office, room 107, 1150 Bellevue Street, Green Bay, WI 54302 and you will be contacted when gauge has been tested.