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Consuming a variety of nutritious foods and beverages keeps you performing and looking your best, whether you are 8, 18, or 80. Discover how to eat well and find some easy, great tasting, and great-for-you recipes by visiting the sites listed below:

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Dietary expert: Be careful of ‘quick fix’ supplements and diets

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12/31/2015
Stimulants and other ingredients in weight-loss supplements can potentially be dangerous to human health. (U.S. Air Force photo illustration by Staff Sgt. Alexandre Montes)

Dietary expert explains why avoiding weight loss supplements are so important.

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Decrease your holiday food stress

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12/18/2015
Coast Guard Petty Officer 3rd Class Salle Bergh, a food service specialist aboard the Coast Guard Cutter Spar, prepares a meal for the ship's crew. Bergh, along with her fellow chefs, has made healthy recipe alterations to common menu items to help the crew eat healthier, more nutritious meals. (U.S. Coast Guard photo by Petty Officer 3rd Class Diana Honings)

Some tips to enjoy a healthy food holiday

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Eating on the road again

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12/4/2015
Foods such as coffee, doughnuts, energy drinks and candy bars aren’t the right fuel

A critical part of any road trip is making sure you are nourished for the journey

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Holiday Food Safety Tip: Keep Cold Food Cold

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11/23/2015
Food Safety Tip: Keep cold food cold

Don't let your cold dishes sit out on a counter for more than 2 hours. Keep it chilled at 40 degrees or less.

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Holiday Food Safety Tip: Cook Food Thoroughly

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11/16/2015
Infographic: Holiday Food Safety Tip #3, Cook Food Thoroughly

Use a thermometer to ensure your food is cooked to the right minimum internal temperature.

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Holiday Food Safety Tip: Marinate Meat Safely

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11/9/2015
Holiday Food Safety Tip #2

Marinate your food in the refrigerator, and keep it there until you're ready to cook it.

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Holiday Food Safety Tip: Wash Your Hands

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11/2/2015
Infographic: Holiday Food Safety Tip - Wash Your Hands

Washing your hands often is one of the best ways to prevent the spread of bacteria.

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Healthy Living with TRICARE

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2/10/2015
Healthy Living with TRICARE

Find out how to use your healthy living habits with your health care coveage to live your healthiest life? Learn more at www.tricare.mil/livewell.

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Decision Brief Obesity

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11/18/2013

Decision briefing to the Defense Health Board on Obesity presented on November 18, 2013

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Dietary Supplement Use in the Military

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8/19/2013

Update on Dual Loyalties of Medical Providers presented to the Defense Health Board

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Obesity Report Decision Brief

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8/19/2013

Obesity Report Decision Brief presented to the Defense Health Board

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Obesity Update

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6/27/2013

Obesity Update presented to the Defense Health Board

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Obesity Update

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11/27/2012

Defense Health Board Obesity Update

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Obesity Work Group Update

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8/21/2012

Defense Health Board briefing on Obesity Work Group Update

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