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​Mak​ing healthy food and drink choices is not always easy. Eating fresh fruits and vegetables, and limiting sugary snacks contribute to a healthy body. Try making small changes such as drinking water instead of sugary drinks, switching to fat-free or low-fat milk, and filling half of your plate with fruits and vegetables.

Sugar-sweetened beverages such as soda and energy drinks can cause cavities. They also add unnecessary sugar to your diet which can contribute to obesity and diabetes. 

People with diabetes are at higher risk for gum disease because of poor blood sugar control. Your choices are the most powerful resource for keeping your teeth and gums healthy. 

​Sugar-Sweetened Beverage Resources

    ​​ The Drink Pyramid

​​   Choose Health. Drink Water.

​​​     Make Every Sip Count

Healthy Food and Snacks Resources​

   Veggie and Fruit Infused Water Recipe Cards

    Cucumber Mint Breeze​

​​​​​​​​​​    Kiwi Strawberry​

     Snack Recipe Cards

   Strawberry Yogurt Pops​

   Mini Omelettes​​​​  ​​​​​​​​​​​​​

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 Dental Health and Overall Health

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