Celebrating National Nutrition Month

Sherene Chou | March 1, 2023

This year marks the 50th anniversary of National Nutrition Month with this year’s theme, Fuel for the Future. National Nutrition Month kicks off an annual campaign by the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics to invite you to learn more about building healthy habits. This year’s theme highlights the importance of sustainable eating all year long. 

Here are 5 simple tips to get your started! 

  1. Eat with the environment in mind. Focus on building plant-forward meals and snacks and when possible, purchase foods with minimal packaging. 
  2. Find a dietitian to meet your personal health goals – If you’re struggling to find ways to meet your goals, seek nutrition experts that can help incorporate your traditions and values to set you up for success.   
  3. Plan your meals and snacks. Make a plan for the week to help keep you on track. Grocery lists and accessible pantry staples can help make things easier. Here are our Top 10 Pantry Staples. 
  4. Eat a variety of foods. Include your favorite cultural and traditional foods. Try new flavors and foods from different cultures, expand your palate, and celebrate a variety of foods from fresh, frozen, canned and dried.   
  5. Make tasty foods at home. Learn cooking and meal prep shortcuts to build quick and easy meals.  

Join us as we Fuel for the Future! Here are some of our favorite flavor-packed recipes and tips that are chef crafted and dietitian approved. 

We love seeing what you whip up in the kitchen. Share your creations with us on social at @nutribullet. Happy National Nutrition Month!  



Sherene Chou

Sherene Chou

Sherene is a culinary-trained Registered Dietitian Nutritionist for nutribullet focused on making delicious plant-based eats sustainable and accessible for all. She believes that food cultures and traditions should be celebrated and incorporated as part of living a happy and healthy life. When she’s not learning about a new ingredient or food at her local farmers market, you can find Sherene teaching food justice and culinary nutrition to health professionals nationwide.

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