Get smart: Make the most of summertime meals

Walsh, Juli
July 1995
Environmental Nutrition;Jul95, Vol. 18 Issue 7, p2
Offers nutritional advice on summertime meals. Advice on the consumption of hot dogs and beer; Alternative to eating grilled hamburger and potato salad; Avoidance of food purchased from vending machines.


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