About Family Nutrition Program
The Family Nutrition Program (FNP) is a free nutrition education program serving low-income adults in Ohio. This program is funded by the Food Nutrition Service’s (FNS) branch of the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA). In the state of Ohio, FNP has developed as a partnership between the Ohio Department of Job & Family Services and Ohio State University Extension. Our goal is to improve, within a limited budget, the likelihood of families and individuals who are receiving food assistance benefits (formerly known as food stamps) to make healthy food choices and to choose active lifestyles.
County Family Nutrition Program News
Chow Line: Look beyond high fructose corn syrup
High fructose corn syrup has gotten a bad rap since 2004, when a commentary published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition suggested there could potentially be a link between its consumption and obesity.
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