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CALS Wellness Committee tip: Well Wisconsin nutrition resources

This email was sent by StayWell on Apr 2:

Many of us are cooking at home more these days out of necessity. And whether you’re a master chef or a novice, it’s nice to have a little help.The Nutrition tab of wellwisconsin.staywell.com’s Resources section has you covered. You’ll find short videos and resources on:

  • The basics of cooking and nutrition
  • Breakfast recipes
  • Lunch and dinner recipes
  • Salads, sides, snacks and more

Let these recipes, tutorials and guidelines help you as you adjust to your new food routines.

A note about food availability: Some of these ingredients may not be in your pantry, and some of them may be tough to find on shelves right now. When needed, replace ingredients with comparable items you have on hand. Research shows that frozen and canned fruits and vegetables can be just as nutritious as fresh produce. And if fresh protein sources are hard to come by, consider new proteins, such as beans and lentils, when appropriate.

Questions? Contact the StayWell HelpLine at 800-821-6591 or wellwisconsin@staywell.com.