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Welcome to NRC's Nutrition Month 2016 Blogging Campaign

Welcome to NRC
We are excited to welcome you to the first day of the NRC’s second annual #nutritionmonth #30in30 blogging campaign! In January, we put out a call for content that we could feature on our blog during Dietitians of Canada’s National Nutrition Month. This year’s Nutrition Month campaign is dedicated to supporting Canadians to make small changes to their eating, one meal at a time, and is divided into 5 weekly sub-themes: 
  • Week 1 – Get ready! We’ll encourage Canadians to take a pledge and join us in a 100 meal journey throughout March.
  • Week 2 – Quality counts! This week focuses on making food decisions that support individuals’ goals, such as cooking more meals at home, choosing nutrient-rich foods and substituting ingredients.
  • Week 3 – Prioritize portion size! This week, we provide strategies for Canadians to be aware of selecting realistic portion sizes during their 100 meal journey.
  • Week 4 – Try something new! Because taste is the number one reason for food choice, this week focuses on nourishing meal and snack ideas that are delicious!
  • Week 5 – Make it stick! Every journey encounters detours along the way.
Be sure to visit the NRC blog each day to read, comment on, and share all our selected posts (#nutritionmonth #30in#30). You can also visit the national Nutrition Month page and follow @DietitiansCAN to learn more about the campaign (we will also be sharing Dietitians of Canada’s daily #nutritionmonth tips on Twitter -follow us @nutritionrc)!
Finally, don’t forget to check the NRC events page for information about our upcoming events, including our upcoming Annual Forum entitled Healthy Eating in Today's Food Environment . . . Is It Possible? (Early Bird registration is available until March 11th!).

Stay tuned tomorrow for our first guest post!

~The NRC Team


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