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

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A Better Booty

by Gabriella Patel on October 30, 2015

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Look better in your jeans this fall with these booty shaping moves. A tight, toned tush is a key ingredient for rockin’ your jeans with confidence. Plus, learn some tips to choose the best jeans for your body type! Keep Reading

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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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The Backwards Workout

by Rachelle on October 16, 2015

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Elliptical trainers are one of the top pieces of exercise equipment purchased. They are great tools for simultaneously working both the upper and lower body. Incredibly, you can get an even more efficient total body workout by reversing the motion during your exercise sessions. Here are some tips to help you make the most of your minutes on the elliptical machine. Keep Reading

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Cooking With Kids

by Mel on October 13, 2015

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Spend more quality time with your kids, while teaching them valuable food preparation skills! It is never too early to start giving young kids simple tasks in the kitchen. Older children can learn how to prepare an entire dinner for the family by themselves. Your kids will love spending time with you in the kitchen and they will feel a great sense of accomplishment learning new skills! Keep Reading

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15 Minutes

by Jackie on October 9, 2015

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You know you should, but you can never seem to find the time! We all know exercise is so important for our overall health. Tomorrow, skip the snooze button and you will have time to fit in this quick 15 minute strength circuit workout. This workout alternates upper body and lower body muscle groups to help you blast more calories in less time. It only takes 15 minutes, so get moving! Keep Reading

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Few parents set out to feed their kids unhealthy foods, but many of the foods parents toss in their carts should be left on the grocery store shelves! Busy schedules and the low cost of convenience foods all contribute to unhealthy eating patterns. Keep Reading

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Five Minutes of Yoga = Strong Arms

by Jackie on September 29, 2015

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You may be surprised to find out that yoga is one of the best ways to build your upper body strength! Many yoga moves engage all muscles in the arms and use only your body weight. In just five minutes, you can complete a yoga workout that will help you tone up in only 2 weeks. 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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Real Fruit Snacks

by Jackie on September 22, 2015

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Just because the name includes the word fruit doesn’t mean it’s healthy. Fruit snacks are filled with high fructose corn syrup and sugar. Most fruit snacks are no different than candy, although the name would lead you to believe otherwise. Instead of sugar-filled fruit snacks, give your kids some real fruit options. Keep Reading

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