Claxton-Hepburn touts ‘Season for Healthy Eating’

If food looks like what it is, it is likely a whole food. Metro Art

OGDENSBURG — According to Claxton-Hepburn Medical Center’s Certified Diabetes Care and Education Specialist Shannon VanHouse, summer is the best time of year to start new healthier eating and activity habits.

The weather is nice enough to get outside and get some activity and healthy; whole foods are plentiful and more affordable. Not only are vegetables delicious, they are nutrition powerhouses — rich in vitamins, fiber, and water, Ms. VanHouse said.

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