What does Vitamin D do? Promotes absorption of calcium and Phosphorus, which in turn regulates how much calcium remains in the blood. Helps deposit calcium and phosphorus into bones and teeth, keeping them strong and reducing fracture risk. Helps regulate cell growth. Plays a role in immunity. How can you become deficient? If you do […]
Lower Sioux Community Center and Lower Sioux Health and Human Services offices will be closed on Thursday, June 25th in observance of Indian Victory Day.
Create your own Medicine Pouch at the Pezuta Ozuha, Medicine Pouch Workshop! Meal and speaker will be provided on Wednesday, May 27th. The Workshop will continue the following day from 5:00 p.m.- 8:00 p.m in the Rec. Center, Multi purpose Room. Limit of 20 People Ages 10 and up Sign up at Rec. Center Desk For […]
Cinto! Zaniya Maunnipi kte! Of Course! We are going to be healthy! Come on over to this event where you will……… Play Interactive Diabetes Bingo in the Dakota Language! Play fun active games! Have chances to win amazing prizes! Eat healthy snacks! Learn oh so much about the Dakota Language & Culture, Diabetes and how […]
* Reminder: The Lower Sioux Elder Nutrition Program Van has arrived! The arrival of the ENP van has now made it possible for Elder’s needing transportation to and from Jackpot Junction to enjoy their meal with other Elder’s in the Dining room for congregate services! The van is also handicap accessible, which will allow […]
Did you know for most people, when sodium intake is reduced, blood pressure begins decreasing in only a few weeks, on average?! Here are a few tips on how you can reduce the sodium in your diet: Fill up on fresh fruits and Veggies, fresh or frozen- they are naturally low in sodium. Cut back […]
Lower Sioux Community Center and Lower Sioux Health and Human Services offices will be closed in observance of Memorial Day.
Place: Multi purpose room (MPR) Nutrition Education for Blood Pressure Reduction Bingo and trivia games with prizes for added enjoyment! Healthy snack/light lunch and recipe’s will be provided
Place: Meet at the Health Offices building Grocery store tours will teach members how to read food labels and make healthier choices at the grocery store. Tours will be held twice per month, or may be scheduled by calling Stacy Hammer, RDN, LD at 697-6193 to set up an individualized or group tour.
Cancer Prevention Strategies: · Eat a variety of healthy foods with an emphasis on plant sources of Protein. […]