Foods and beverages for healthy meetings, conferences and events
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      The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) promotes workplace practices and poli­ cies that make healthy eating choices available whenever food and beverages are provided at work-related events. Many workers consume a significant portion of food away from home. Foods consumed at cafeterias, from vending machines, and in other public food-service establishments are often not as nutritious or healthy as foods prepared at home. In general, Americans' diets exceed saturated fat and sodium recommendations, and few Americans are meet­ ing fruit, vegetable, and whole grain recommen­ dations. The Dietary Guidelines for Americans provides guidance on a diet that promotes health and may help prevent the effects of diet-related chronic diseases. Making healthy food available at work is one way to encourage employees to eat a healthy diet. Includes: Guidance for healthier eating at work. Publication date from document properties. healthy_worksite_food.pdf
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