Workout for Beginners

by Wendy on January 29, 2016

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This workout is geared toward the exercise newbies out there. This 30 minute workout is great for those just starting a workout routine. No need to feel self-conscious about heading to the gym! You can complete this workout at home, no equipment necessary! Keep Reading


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Soups are one of the easiest and most delicious dishes to freeze. Make a double batch of the soups you love most and freeze some for later with these tips! Also try these three delicious chicken soup recipes that are great for freezing. Keep Reading


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Your crockpot can be your best friend during the holiday season. These holiday crockpot apple based recipes will save you lots of time and energy this busy season. Making desserts in your crockpot is a wonderful way to entertain with ease during the holidays. Keep Reading


Hummus, the Healthy Snack

by Wendy on December 15, 2015

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Chickpeas, the main ingredient found in hummus, are rich in fiber and protein. They are also full of vitamins and minerals. Check out the many health benefits of eating hummus and three ways to make it at home! Keep Reading


Are Your Thighs Rubbing Together?

by Wendy on November 20, 2015

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Say goodbye thunder thighs, and hello long and lean legs! One of most problematic areas, according to many women, these moves will work to both tone and elongate thigh muscles. Keep Reading


How to Pack a Healthy School Lunch

by Wendy on November 6, 2015

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The key to making healthy lunches, as with many things in life, is being organized. Packing you child’s school lunch can be a healthier and better tasting option. Making lunch at home can also save you money! Keep Reading


Garden Fresh Tomatoes

by Wendy on October 27, 2015

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Picked fresh from the garden, tomatoes are bursting with flavor and nutrition! One medium tomato provides you with more than a quarter of your vitamin C for a day. Learn more health benefits and some delicious recipes to help get your kids to eat more tomatoes! Keep Reading


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Gluten is a protein found in the grains wheat, barley, and rye. To people with a chronic digestive disorder called celiac disease, gluten causes an immune response which damages the small intestine. This causes both gastrointestinal distress and nutritional deficiencies. Keep Reading


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Oranges are a delicious fruit with a tangy flavor and an uplifting smell. They are packed with vitamins A, B and C, calcium, magnesium, potassium, phosphorus, choline and other nutrients. Plus, an orange packs over 170 different phytonutrients and more than 60 flavonoids, many of which have been shown to have anti-inflammatory, blood clot inhibiting properties, and strong anti-oxidant effects. Keep Reading


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If bad eating habits reign, they can be hard to change especially when they’ve become comfortable routines. But by keeping unhealthy foods out of your home, and bringing healthy foods in, it is possible to promote better eating habits, even with the pickiest kids! Whether you’re trying to persuade your toddler to give carrots a chance, or attempting to convince your teen into drinking something other than soda, these healthy eating tips might be worth a try: Keep Reading