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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 […]


Healthy Salad Tips

Published: Jan 4 2018 | Under: General Health Healthy Tips Lifestyle Nutrition Prevention Recipes | Tags:

When we think of the word “diet”, many images come to mind: unlimited grapefruit, cabbage soup, or broccoli, and goodbye to bread, cookies, and cheeseburgers. But nothing is more synonymous with dieting than salads. When you think of “diet” and “salad” together, you probably see a plate of sad iceberg lettuce with a few slices […]


Simple Swaps for Healthier Christmas Cookies

Published: Dec 13 2017 | Under: General Health Healthy Tips Lifestyle Nutrition Recipes | Tags:

Who doesn’t love the vast array of cookies set out at parties or circulating the office this time of year? Whether it’s a classic frosted sugar cookie, sweet and spicy gingerbread, or peanut butter blossoms, Christmas cookies come in all shapes and sizes and everyone has a favorite! Plus, with so many kinds of cookies […]


Pumpkin Spice and Everything Nice

Published: Sep 12 2017 | Under: General Health Healthy Tips Lifestyle Nutrition Recipes | Tags:

Pumpkin spice has practically become a national holiday in the United States – every fall, people eagerly anticipate everything from pumpkin spice lattes and pumpkin rolls to more unusual treats such as pumpkin spice yogurt, Oreos, and even cough drops. Unfortunately, nearly every pumpkin spice product is high in sugar and flavored with artificial pumpkin […]


After School Snacks – Keep It Healthy

Published: Jul 7 2017 | Under: General Health Healthy Tips Lifestyle Nutrition Parenting Recipes | Tags:

What do your kids like to snack on after school? If your child is reaching for chips or cookies as soon as they walk in the door, it might be time to restock your kitchen with healthier options. Not only do processed foods have negative effects on your children’s health, the CDC has found that […]


Healthy Eating, Summer Style

Published: Jun 15 2016 | Under: Healthy Tips Nutrition Recipes | Tags: , , , ,

Summer is in full swing, and with it fresh comes summer produce! Farmer’s markets are starting soon, offering local fruits and vegetables to add in to your diet this season. Here is just a sample of what’s in season right now:• Strawberries• Blueberries• Blackberries• Raspberries• Tomatoes• Peas• Eggplant• Sweet cornMake a trip to your local […]


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