Published: Dec. 13, 2013

MSU Extension provides tips for holiday health

As the holidays approach, MSU Extension educators are sharing their suggestions to keep families healthy.

Treats tend to be bountiful and hard to resist during the holiday season, especially for children. Strategies to prevent kids from replacing wholesome foods with unhealthy ones can be found here.

Many holiday music lovers will soon be singing about chestnuts roasting over open fires. If you want to try and roast some yourself, tips and information on chestnut consumption can be found here.

Loads of food will be shipped to friends and family through the mail again this year. If you plan on dishing out delicacies, learn about safe shipping and storage techniques here.

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