A potluck can be an opportunity to socialize and to taste a wide variety of foods. This bulletin gives tips on organizing a safe potluck and serving food safely to avoid illness, on handling leftovers safely, and hints to make your potluck special.
Protein is important to an athlete’s diet for the growth and repair of body tissue, including muscle. Carbohydrates are the main source of fuel for working muscles. Fat is the primary fuel source used during aerobic activity.
Nonfat dry milk is convenient to store, easy to use and inexpensive. In powdered or liquid form, milk is an excellent source of protein and calcium and low in fat and cholesterol.
Sodium is a mineral that your body needs. You usually eat sodium as sodium chloride or salt. Salt is found naturally in foods, is added in some processed foods and is added at the table. For some people, high sodium intake leads to high blood pressure.
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