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Life long health begins now – it’s never too late to create healthier habits!


Why You Should Eat in Season

Seasonal foods are simply sensational.  Filled with fresh-from-the-farm flavor and color, these deliciously nutritious foods easily appeal to the home cook, grocery shopper, and entire family…


Colorful Foods are Important for YOU!

Colors in fruits and vegetables are produced by plant chemicals called phytochemicals –or as the Super Crew calls them fight-o-chemicals. Each color of the rainbow…


How You Can Help Your Kids Eat More Produce

Do your children hate eating fruits and vegetables? Whether a child eats fruits and vegetable or not, doesn’t just depend on his/her preference only –…


Eat Your Colors – It’s National Nutrition Month

Did You Know? 1 out of every 3 kids in the United States is either overweight or obese. When scientists conducted autopsies of 2,876 accident…


9 Easy Tips to a Healthier Family!

Keep doing: Fun is Important! Enjoy your family time together and make it memorable. Be the Best Parent You Can. But do not worry…


Top 10 Healthy Holiday Eating Tips to Teach Your Family

Everyone needs healthy reminders to stay on track during the holidays. Choose a couple a week to focus on this holiday season! Pre-plan for food overload.…


Sugar, Sugar, Sugar – Everywhere!

The AVERAGE kid takes in way too much sugar! For kids ages 2 to 3 years of age it’s about 14 teaspoons per day. For kids…


Whole Grains Explained

What is a whole grain? All grains come from nature as whole grain Whole grains are made up of three layers: Bran: Contains vitamins, antioxidants,…


Probiotics –The Immune Boost You May Need

Probiotics are living bacteria that can promote health when we include them in our diet through foods. Here’s an excerpt on why families should include…


Nutrition Tips for Parents to Help Their Kids Live Healthy

Start incorporating these healthy eating habits today that will last a lifetime: Model It – Walk the walk and talk the talk.  Give your kids…