OSU's Community Nutrition Education Programs provides nutrition education to limited
resource individuals and families within Oklahoma.
Advice for older adults who are wanting to lose weight shifting the focus to healthy lifestyle changes.
An explanation, factors and management practices for high blood pressure.
Age-related immune system problems can occur overtime; therefore, it’s important to learn how to maintain good health to fight back bacteria and viruses.
An explanation of the functions of carbohydrates, the dangers of too many carbs and the recommended carb intake.
The cause of heart disease, the risk factors it imposes, dietary recommendations and other lifestyle recommendations when living with heart disease.
Vision loss can affect older adults’ food intake and physical activity; therefore, it’s important to take the time to learn how to promote eye health.
Factors like fiber, fluids and physical activity can help prevent constipation in older adults beginning to feel the effects of aging.
The importance of protein for the body.