Ocala, Fla. — A lot of what many people eat these days is both quick or processed meals, typically missing in taste, originality, and wholesome advantages however possessing excessive quantities of pointless and even dangerous sodium, sugar, and fats.
The Florida Division of Well being in Marion County (DOH-Marion), the College of Florida’s Institute of Meals and Agricultural Sciences (UF/IFAS) and the Marion County Public Library system wish to present you how you can boot the tasteless and boring out of your meals by including literal spice to your weight loss plan, in addition to some worthwhile diet.
DOH-Marion and UF/IFAS are internet hosting a category — referred to as “Spice Issues Up” — to show contributors how you can invigorate their cooking with herbs, spices, and seasonings that additionally assist restrict the consumption of salt, sugar and fats.
The category is free.
Contributors shall be launched to varied forms of seasonings and offered recipes on how you can incorporate them for extra flavorful meals.
The presentation additionally will embody tips about decoding and understanding meals labels.
Furthermore, a member of the UF/IFAS Grasp Gardener program will supply recommendation for rising herbs and spices at dwelling and reveal how you can protect them.
The category is scheduled for 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. on Friday, Sept. 23, on the Belleview Public Library, 13145 SE County Street 484, Belleview.
For extra data or to register, please name 352-438-2500.
Concerning the Florida Division of Well being
The Division, nationally accredited by the Public Health Accreditation Board, works to guard, promote and enhance the well being of all folks in Florida by built-in state, county and group efforts. Comply with us on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter at @HealthyFla. For extra details about the Florida Division of Well being please go to www.FloridaHealth.gov.
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