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Making Health Your Top PRIORITY!

It’s always enticing to indulge when eating out (and sometimes that’s okay!). When temptation strikes, recalling these benefits will encourage you to prioritize healthy eating.…


3 Fun Steps to Celebrate Earth Day Together as a Family

This Earth Day, think about making more earth-friendly food choices that will help promote the health of both your family and the planet. The food…


Fill Your Plate with Plants for National Nutrition Month

March is National Nutrition Month, a time to kick start your goals for getting fit, feeling great, and looking good.  And this year the National…


How Should I Eat? A Quick Guide.

Vegetables group; Eat seasonal/colorful vegetables and feel super! Increase your vegetable consumption with fresh, frozen, dried or canned options. Choose colorful vegetables, such as dark…


7 Steps to Make a Change that Lasts:

Start small.  Decide on one small change you would like to make and focus on that. For example, I’m going to include a fruit at…


Top 5 Reasons Why You Should Compost

I started composting before I had much of a real garden! I just had some random pots and  few sunny places to plant a few…


Garbage Disposals: Think before you click the switch

I’m concerned about the environmental impact of garbage disposers. So instead of putting the plate waste into the garbage disposal I compost any plant based…


TOP 10 Choices You Can Make To Be The Healthiest Family

Make sure your diet has color diversity –eat fruits, veggies, beans, whole grains and nuts in every color every day. Powerful plant fight-o-chemicals provide the…


What to Eat in the “Holiday Zone”

Many of us are still cleaning up crumbs from Thanksgiving, while wrapping gifts for Christmas and Hanukkah. Many are also still “recovering” from turkey overdose,…


5 Holiday Gifts That Last All Year Long!

1) Air popper. We use ours about 5 days a week. We don’t have to worry about any plastic coatings found in microwave popcorn bags…