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National Nutrition Month: How to Read a Nutrition Label

Learning to cook is a great way to take charge of your own health: when you cook meals from scratch, you’ll know exactly what’s in them and all the wholesome ingredients you choose to include. Some foods you’re more likely to buy ready-made such as breakfast cereal, bread, canned soup, yogurt, crackers, and snack foods….

National Nutrition Month: Zesty Baked Fish Fingers

March is National Nutrition Month and we’re sharing recipes that are as nutritious as they are delicious. Nutrition expert and founder of the Robinson Nutrition Group, Noni Robinson, has shared another one of her favorite recipes with us. She has a put a twist on a classic favorite, fish fingers or as more popularly known,…

Fun Party Drinks for the Kids: Orange Mango Sunrise Spritzer

Here’s another fun drink recipe that kids will enjoy at your next birthday party or family gathering. Remove all of the added sugars and artificial ingredients for this simple-to-make mocktail. Yum Orange Mango Sunrise Spritzer Ingredients1 1/2 oz. grenadine syrup 4 oz. Orange Mango Juice 2-3 oz. club soda Orange slicesInstructionsFill a rocks glass with…

Courtney Rich of Cake by Courtney: Inspiring Through Baking

Biscoff Cake, Honey Fig Goat Cheese Cake and T onight S how C ake are all flavors created by Courtney Rich of Cake by Courtney. Her cake recipes are known for being as beautiful and delicious as they are unique. This self taught baker believes in the power of baking and getting in the kitchen. She inspires others…

Roasted Garlic and Chive Cauliflower Mash

The holiday season marks the beginning of many delicious dishes and decadent treats that will tempt even the most disciplined to stray from their health and fitness habits. With holiday parties and family gatherings filling up schedules, now is the time to start planning holiday menus that will leave your guests feeling a little less…

Vegan Eggnog

Eggnog is heavy on the cream and loaded with sugar. Delicious, but not the best accompaniment to a holiday meal with so much rich food already. This vegan-friendly eggnog alternative uses coconut milk (which has unique fatty acids that aid heart health) instead of cream, and replaces table sugar with dates and maple syrup (an…

Vegan Chocolate Chip Muffins

What’s the holiday season or winter without the sweet smell and taste of muffins? There’s something comforting about a hot muffin right out of the oven. This holiday season, we are sharing one of our favorite recipes, (and they’re dairy free) chocolate chip muffins. Can you just hear the patter of little feet running through…

3 Strategies to Survive the Holiday Food Slump

Don’t wait until New Year’s to adapt to a healthier diet. Here are three strategies to survive the holiday food slump from health change guru Marissa Costonis, Certified Health Coach. Costonis is author of the #1 Best-Selling Amazon book, Change Bites, 5 Change Management Strategies to Transform Your Health. 3 Strategies to Survive the Holiday Food Slump 1….

Pear Sauce: Fun Snack for the Holidays

Pears make for a delicious change of pace from the more usual apple in this easy, fragrant fruit mash. Et it as is, swirl in a dollop of yogurt, or freeze the sauce in small plastic containers for a lunchbox dessert that doubles as an ice pack. It can also be used in some recipes…

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