This is a rough time of year for someone like me, as I try desperately to hold onto summer for as long as possible. I bristle at each and every reference to Labor Day, which now apparently serves as the bellwether of summer’s demise (it …Continue Reading HOW ‘BOUT THEM APPLES?
The village market’s teeming, once again with lively folk, as New England’s hardy souls are loosed from winter’s yoke.* If you’re like me, you felt as though winter would never end. And for those who relish wintertime, perhaps even they had a little too much …Continue Reading Coming to a Farmers’ Market Near You — Fresh, Local Produce!
Pear apple crisp recipe – a healthy dessert.
Posted by Samantha Noderer Samantha is a Health Communication Intern at the MA Department of Public Health Over recent years, the pomegranate has swum its way into the mainstream as a coveted superfood full of nutrients and vitamins. With a ½ cup of pom …Continue Reading SPOTLIGHT ON: The Pomegranate
Lani Telian, Department of Public Health The other night, my parents took me and my fiancé out to eat. My mom likes to keep the conversation light, and as usual, asked questions like “what was your favorite memory as a kid?” …Continue Reading My Journey back to Watermelon
Posted by Claire Blais, RD, CDE, LDN Claire is a Registered Dietician at the Massachusetts Department of Public Health. Each of us is given 168 hours per week. Studies tell us we should spend 56 of them asleep, so really we’re talking about 112 hours a …Continue Reading Is your company working on wellness?
Lani Telian, Department of Public Health If someone asked me if I wanted fruit containing over 200 seeds, I’d (not so) politely decline and settle for a less-complicated banana. But if that same person asked me if I wanted a strawberry, it would …Continue Reading Strawberries: An Early Summer Superstar
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