How many servings of fruit and vegetables do I need each day?
How much and what kinds of physical activity do I need?
|2 cups or 500 ml||Macaroni, whole wheat|
|2 cups or 500 ml||Milk, skim or 1%|
|1/4 cup or 60 ml||Flour|
|1/4 tsp or 2 ml||Pepper|
|1 tbsp or 15 ml||Margarine, non-hydrogenated|
|3/4 cup or 175 ml||Light cheddar cheese, grated|
|1 can or 284 ml||Tomatoes, no salt added, cut up|
|1||Small onion, chopped|
|1/4 cup or 60 ml||Bread crumbs, whole wheat|
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This award is designed to recognize employers who encourage a healthy workplace and the efforts of staff to stay healthy at work and beyond. more
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Business and industry leaders, peers and workplace champions met at the 2014 Workplace Wellness Summit and Awards on September 9, 2014 in Red Deer. more
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