Diabetes–Could It Be You?

Diabetes–Could It Be You?

November is Diabetes Awareness month. Almost everyone knows somebody with diabetes. 30.3 million people in the US have diabetes and almost 25% of those people are undiagnosed. It is estimated that a third of the U.S. population has prediabetes, a metabolic disorder...
Find the Best Cooking and Storage Materials

Find the Best Cooking and Storage Materials

Every parent wants to keep their kids (and themselves) safe from exposure to harmful chemicals, yet in the US, current federal food safety regulations may not protect us. The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) released a report this summer outlining which materials...
Fun Family Meals

Fun Family Meals

Sharing a meal with our family is like eating fruits and vegetables—we know it’s good for us, maybe it’s something we’d like to do more often, but somehow things can get in the way. Conflicting schedules, lack of time and varying food preferences are just a few of the...
Lunch with Love

Lunch with Love

In the US, lunch is a midday meal most people eat. Kids are served lunch in school or may pack it from home. Working adults may get a break to eat. Whether you are at home or away, eating lunch as part of your daily meal pattern helps you stay energized and will keep...
What to Know About Meal Timing

What to Know About Meal Timing

Often I am asked, “When are the best times to eat?” “Is it bad to eat at night?” “Am I supposed to eat several times a day?” And the truth is, there is not one way that is “right.” I will answer these questions and share what we do know about meal timing. Do you or...
A Day’s Worth of Veggies

A Day’s Worth of Veggies

Does your child eat enough veggies? We all know vegetables are an important part of a healthy, balanced diet, but the sad fact is that most people do not eat enough. Establishing this habit early on is our best bet as parents, and it’s never too late to start! The...

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