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Folic Acid and Women’s Health

Published: Sep 26 2018 | Under: Health Healthy Tips Medicine Nutrition Prevention | Tags:

You might have heard of folic acid before or seen it on a nutrition label for certain foods. It’s made from folate, which occurs naturally in some foods and is a form of a B-vitamin. But did you know how important folic acid is for your nutrition, especially if you’re a woman? It’s even required […]

Sugar: Real or Artificial?

Published: Apr 20 2018 | Under: General Health Healthy Tips Lifestyle Nutrition Prevention | Tags:

By now, most of us are well-informed on the dangers of eating or drinking too much sugar. Sugar causes tooth decay and weight gain (especially from drinking soda), and has been linked to increased risk of heart disease. It can even lead to hyperactivity and ADHD in children. To reduce sugar intake, many people have […]

Homemade or Store-Bought: Which Baby Food is Best?

Published: Apr 13 2018 | Under: General Health Healthy Tips Nutrition Parenting Recipes | Tags:

We all want the best for our babies, and what we’re feeding them is a huge thing to consider. There is a ton of information online regarding baby food, and one of the most common topics is: should it be homemade or store-bought? A growing number of parents prefer making their own baby food at […]

Meal Planning Tips

Published: Mar 12 2018 | Under: General Health Healthy Tips Lifestyle Nutrition Prevention Recipes | Tags:

March is National Nutrition Month, and this year’s theme is “Go Further with Food” – what does that mean? The Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics is encouraging you to plan your meals and snacks ahead of time, which can help you stick to healthier foods along with reducing food waste. When it comes to meal […]

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