• Building My Body--Newsletter for Third Grade Curriculum, Lesson 4: The power of vitamins, minerals and water 

    Gabel, Candance (University of Missouri Office of Extension, 2013-03)
    This newsletter corresponds with Lesson 4 of the Show Me Nutrition Third Grade curriculum. Vitamins are good for overall health in many ways. In this newsletter, families are encouraged to choose vitamin-packed fruits and ...
  • Building My Body--Third-grade nutrition education newsletter, Lesson 3: Fat: lower, reduced fat and fat-free is where it's at! 

    Gabel, Candance (University of Missouri Office of Extension, 2013-03)
    This newsletter corresponds with Lesson 3 of the Show Me Nutrition Third Grade curriculum. This newsletter focuses on fats and how to enjoy foods that are reduced fat and fat-free. It also provides tips on how to make ...
  • Building My Body--Third-grade nutrition education newsletter, Lesson 5: Reading the Food Label 

    Gabel, Candance (University of Missouri Office of Extension, 2013-03)
    This newsletter corresponds with Lesson 5 of the Show Me Nutrition Third Grade curriculum. Knowing how to read and use the Nutrition Facts label on food items helps people make healthier food choices. This newsletter ...
  • Building My Body--Third-grade nutrition education newsletter, Lesson 6: Get a Clue 

    Gabel, Candance (University of Missouri Office of Extension, 2013-03)
    This newsletter corresponds with Lesson 6 of the Show Me Nutrition Third Grade curriculum. Body clues are important for overall health. In this newsletter, children are encouraged to pay attention to their body clues, which ...
  • Building My Body--Third-grade nutrition education newsletter, Lesson 7: You be the judge 

    Gabel, Candance (University of Missouri Office of Extension, 2013-03)
    This newsletter corresponds with Lesson 7 of the Show Me Nutrition Third Grade curriculum. Advertising is embedded in everyday life. This newsletter provides tips on explaining advertising to children and how to discuss ...
  • Choose the foods you need to grow: 10 tips for teen guys 

    Gabel, Candance (University of Missouri, Office of Extension, 2014-01)
    Feed your growing body by making better food choices today as a teen and as you continue to grow into your twenties. Make time to be physically active every day to help you be fit and healthy as you grow.
  • Choosing Foods for Me — Newsletter for Fourth Grade Curriculum Lesson 1: Grains, fruits and vegetables 

    Gabel, Candance (University of Missouri Office of Extension, 2013-05)
    This newsletter corresponds with Lesson 1 of the Show Me Nutrition Fourth Grade curriculum. Grains, fruits and vegetables contain important nutrients that can help keep us healthy. This newsletter reinforces the importance ...
  • Choosing Foods for Me — Newsletter for Fourth Grade Curriculum Lesson 2: They're still growing. 

    Gabel, Candance (University of Missouri Office of Extension, 2013-05)
    This newsletter corresponds with Lesson 2 of the Show Me Nutrition Fourth Grade curriculum. Protein foods help us grow, stay healthy and repair skin. Many important nutrients are found in protein and dairy foods. This ...
  • Eat smart and be active as you grow: 10 healthy tips for teen girls 

    Gabel, Candance (University of Missouri, Office of Extension, 2014-01)
    Young girls, ages 10 to 19, have a lot of changes going on in their bodies. Building healthier habits will help you—now as a growing teen—and later in life. Growing up means you are in charge of foods you eat and the ...
  • Food thermometers: Everyone needs one in the kitchen 

    Gabel, Candance (University of Missouri Office of Extension, 2011-09)
    Food thermometers can help keep foods at safe temperatures and prevent foodborne illnesses. This handout provides information about why, where, when and how to use food thermometers, includes a chart of when it is safe to ...
  • Fruits and Vegetables Easy and Tasty 

    Gabel, Candance (University of Missouri Office of Extension, 2009-12)
    Fruits and vegetables have nutrients to help people grow strong and stay healthy. They also have nutrients that help fight cancer, stroke and heart disease. Fruits and veggies taste great and make our plates colorful! This ...
  • Get four meals from 12 foods 

    Gabel, Candance (University of Missouri Office of Extension, 2009-12)
    With these 12 foods on hand, you have what you need to make four quick, tasty and healthy meals. Use this handout to plan almost a week's worth of different meals, while using the same ingredients.
  • Herbs and spices 

    Gabel, Candance (University of Missouri Office of Extension, 2010-07)
    Herbs and spices can be a great way to add flavor to foods and recipes. This handout includes a list of spices and how to use them, as well as a list of vegetables and what spices go well with them. Instead of salt, try ...
  • Make a change for your health 

    Gabel, Candance (University of Missouri Office of Extension, 2010-07)
    This handout provides tips for how to make healthy food decisions, as well as how to change unhealthy habits. This information has helpful tips for cooking and baking, including food substitutions and ways to have less ...
  • No time to cook: Make quick and tasty meals from a mix 

    Gabel, Candance (University of Missouri Office of Extension, 2009-12)
    Packaged mixes like au gratin potatoes, macaroni and cheese or flavored rice and pasta can easily be turned into healthy and satisfying meals. The table on this handout provides additions and substitutions for how to make changes.
  • Pack a snack box 

    Gabel, Candance (University of Missouri Office of Extension, 2009-12)
    Families can use snack boxes to eat healthy foods between meals. This helpful handout gives tips for how to pack a snack a box for both the cupboard and the refrigerator, as well as what snacks to include, like grains, ...
  • Three Holiday Dishes for $10 

    Gabel, Candance (University of Missouri Office of Extension, 2011-11)
    This article contains three recipes for dishes that the author describes as: Easy to fix, great tasting and good for your family. There are also several side dishes listed.
  • Two Meals for Ten Bucks (IV) 

    Gabel, Candance (University of Missouri, Office of Extension, 2010-11)
    Here’s how to make two savory meals that are easy to fix, great tasting and good for your family.
  • What I have on hand 

    Gabel, Candance (University of Missouri Office of Extension, 2009-12)
    This handout provides an easy-to-make casserole recipe with any number of ingredients that are on hand. The recipe can incorporate different combinations of grains, protein, vegetables, sauces, flavors and toppings.