I spent the weekend preparing the house for Thanksgiving. In a drawer, I came across a bar of soap in the shape of a duck that I had received years ago. I had never used it because it wasn’t scented and it seemed too cute …Continue Reading The Importance of Hand Washing!
By Terri Mendoza and Gina Davin Thanksgiving is a time for food, thanks, love, family, friends, and more food. As wonderful as this time of year is, unfortunately it’s easy to get carried away with all of the holiday specialties and end up eating more …Continue Reading Eat Well by Eating Smart this Thanksgiving!
Can you believe that it’s almost Thanksgiving? If you’re like me, you haven’t yet started your holiday shopping and have a full list of deserving family and friends. One way to make the shopping day easier is to take a break to recharge and have …Continue Reading Smart Eating While On the Go!
November is National Diabetes Month—talk about perfect timing! If your household is like mine, by now you have more than a few Halloween treats lingering in the kitchen, and you’re looking forward to more holiday goodies with Thanksgiving and beyond. And as if there weren’t …Continue Reading National Diabetes Month…Time for a Healthier Lifestyle!
By Meaghan Sutherland and Angela Finn For many of us, the start of autumn means enjoying many seasonal favorites such as apple pie, cider donuts, Halloween treats, and pumpkin-spiced…everything! The list goes on and on! Year after year, we start September and the going-back-to-school season …Continue Reading Having a Happy—and Healthy!—Halloween
Food Day, on October 24th is a national event created by the Center of Science in the Public Interest to encourage Americans to change their diets and our food policies. “Toward a Greener Diet” is the focus of this year’s Food Day celebrations. The idea …Continue Reading 10 Ways to Eat Greener
by Jennifer Mayer & Terri Mendoza September marks Whole Grains Month! You probably already know that whole grains are an important part of a healthy diet. Here are just a few reasons why keeping the grain whole is worth celebrating: Whole grains are high in …Continue Reading Celebrate with Whole Grains in September!
Kinnari Chitalia, RD, LDN, CLC, a nutritionist at the Dorchester North WIC Program, shares another favorite—and healthy—traditional recipe! Green pulao is a delicious rice recipe with aromatic blends of onion, cilantro, mint leaves and other traditional Indian spices. This dish goes especially well with …Continue Reading Go Green with Green Pulao!
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), reports that 3 out of every 4 car seats are used incorrectly. Choosing the right car seat can be overwhelming. There are many models to choose from, such as convertible and “all-in-one” or “3-in-1,” forward-facing, rear-facing, and booster …Continue Reading Car Seats Recommendations!
By Cassandra Becker It’s nearing the end of summer and time for that last summer hurrah. But if you are like most families, it’s also time to start getting ready for your kids to go back to school. Summer offered lots of fresh fruits and …Continue Reading Back to School Already?? Quick & Healthy Lunch Tips!
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