Tag: Extension

TAN Movie Healthy Snacks

Emma: Hi my name is Emma Jonathan: And I’m Jonathan Emma: One part of parfaits are yogurt are in the food plate, and how you can make them Jonathan: The red is fruit The green… the green is veggies And, the purple is protein and the brown is grains and here’s dairy Emma: The 3…


Show Me Nutrition

NARRATOR: According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, since 1980 the prevalence of overweight children ages six to eleven years has increased from 6.5 percent to 18.8 percent. In response to this alarming trend, schools are focusing more on teaching nutrition and physical activity, as well as implementing wellness policies and other requirements….


Improving Nutrition Before Head and Neck Cancer Surgery

When you’re first diagnosed with cancer, you may feel overwhelmed with information, and among the many things to consider is nutrition. But fortunately, when it comes to nutrition, there are some simple things you can do to stay as healthy as possible before surgery and during recovery. Hi, my name is Dr. Gail Kauwell and…


Pick-a-Better Snack Nutrition Education

I’m Lisa Yoder and I’m a nutrition educator for Johnson County. Um we take the pick-a-better snack program to 14 different schools in Johnson County and each program is for weeks 25 minutes a week and we’re going to different first and second-grade classes to talk about nutrition. I bring a different fruit or vegetable…


Family Nutrition Program – Cutting Fresh Fruits

Now I’m going to show you some techniques for cutting different fruit. The first I’m going to cut is the mango. There are a number of ways to do this. I’m going to show you two ways. The first way is, I’m going to peel it. Peel one side. The seed– and I’m going to…


Copper and Nutritional Considerations of Handspinning Sheep

>>OK. We’re good.>>OK.>>All right. I think we’ll go ahead and get started. Welcome, everybody. My name is Jennifer Cook. I am the Small Acreage Management Coordinator for the Front Range in Colorado. This webinar is made possible by CSU Extension and the USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service. We are excited today to have Nancy Irlbeck…


Family Nutrition Program – Slicing Mangos

Now I’m going to show you some techniques for cutting different fruit. The first I’m going to cut is the mango. There are a number of ways that do this. I’m going to show you two ways. The first way is I’m going to peel it, peel one side. The seed, and I’m going to…


Early Lactation Nutrition in the First-Calf Beef Heifer

Hi. This is Beth Doran, ISU Extension Beef Field Specialist in Northwest Iowa. Today, I’d like to talk with you a little bit about heifer development and specifically nutrition post-calving. When you look at this, you’ll see that post-partum heifers are really very fragile. That’s because they’re continuing to grow, they’re trying to milk and…


Pre-calving/Late Gestation Nutrition of the Yearling Beef Heifer Pt. 1

Hi, I’m Denise Schwab, Extension Beef Specialist for Northeast Iowa and today I’m going to visit with you about pre-calving nutrition on those heifers that we are developing. First of all, we know that heifers that calve in the first 21 days of the calving cycle are more likely to come back into heat earlier,…


Nutrition of Edamame

Hi, I’m Rosemary Rodibaugh, Nutrition Professor with the University of Arkansas Systems Division of Agriculture. Many health experts consider edamame a super vegetable. Not only does it contain the vitamins, minerals and fiber that other vegetables do, but it’s also a great source of protein, making it comparable to meat. Edamame has a sweet, nutty…