Nutrition Newsletter for September Health & Wellness Awareness

Nutrition Newsletter Content for September Health and Wellness Awareness Month! Take a peek at the ready to use nutrition newsletter content for September! Content created for nutrition, health, and wellness professionals who want to share relevant information related to Health and Wellness Awareness Months or new research and trends in nutrition and wellness.

New Release Newsletter #1: Fueling Performance with a Low Carb, High Fat Diet? 

Intro: (sample, users can customize and edit to fit their practice)

There’s no shortage of nutrition information available to anyone who is looking to enhance their physical performance. While there are a variety of opinions on the best way to fuel the professional athlete and recreational competitor, there’s no arguing with science. 

This month, I’m diving into a topic that clients are often curious and confused about: Will a Low Carb, High Fat diet give the competitive edge for optimal sports performance? 

Below you will find common questions that clients have regarding this topic of a Low Carb, High Fat Diet. Feel free to send me your questions, or schedule a consultation to customize a meal plan designed to fuel and enhance YOUR performance!

  • Main Article: Q & A – Fueling Performance with a Low Carb, High Fat Diet?
  • Mini Article: Athletes’ Do’s and Don’ts for Following a LCHF Diet:
  • Recipe of the Month: Rosemary Roasted Sweet Potatoes and Brussels Sprouts by

New Release Newsletter #2: September is National Food Safety Month

Intro: (sample, users can customize and edit to fit their practice) 

September is National Food Safety Month, and I’m starting this issue with a quick quiz: 

According to the CDC (Centers for Disease Control), how many people in America get sick or are hospitalized each year from foodborne illness? 

a)1 in 6 people

b) 48 million people get sick

c) 128,000 people are hospitalized

d) 3,000 people die

e) all of the above

Answer: E, all of the above! 

The truth is, anyone can get sick from a foodborne illness, but some groups of people are more likely to get sick and have a more serious illness, such as adults 65 years and older, children younger than 5, people with a compromised immune system, and pregnant women.

This month, I’m sharing tips and resources to Fight BAC®!   Fight BAC® is a national campaign by the Partnership for Food Safety Education. I hope you find it as helpful as I have in reducing the risks of foodborne illnesses. 

  • Main Article:  Four Ways to Fight BAC®! 
  • Mini Article: Fruit and Veggies Fight BAC®
  • Recipe of the Month: Chopped Watercress Chicken Salad with Asian Orange Dressing by

Additional Topics in Customized Nutrition Newsletters’ Library for September Include:

  • Tips for a Healthy Tailgate
  • Fueling for Endurance Performance
  • Foods that Fuel Fitness
  • 50 Ways to Beat Boredom Eating
  • Stock Up for Success
  • Football Foods and More
  • Alcohol and Athletic Performance
  • National Childhood Obesity Awareness Month
  • Time Management Tips for a Healthy and Productive School Year
  • Essential Supplements Every Vegan Needs
  • 4 Myths About Dietitians Busted!
  • Collagen – Worth the Hype?
  • #SweatOnceADay

This content is designed to help you educate your community on seasonal topics such as back to school, fueling tips for sports performance, and football season. As well as nutrition newsletter content for September Health and Wellness Awareness Month such as:

National Childhood Obesity Awareness Month

National Self-Care Awareness Month

Self Improvement Month

National Food Safety Month

Each month we continue to add and update new content in our library! If you are looking for a time-saving solution to stay connected with your clients while providing credible nutrition information that educates and inspires, learn more at Customized Nutrition Newsletters.

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