During the month of March, we are celebrating National Nutrition Month! This nutrition education campaign, created by the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, promotes the importance of making educated food choices and maintaining healthy eating and physical activity habits.
The holiday season is upon us! Winter festivities are the perfect time for families and friends to gather around the dining table for food, drinks, and joyous conversations. Don’t let the abundance of holiday parties keep you from maintaining the healthy habits that you have built throughout the year. Enjoy a merry and healthy holiday season with a few mindful practices.
Trick or treat! Halloween is coming up, and it is a fun-filled day full off creative costumes, spooky surprises, and tasty treats. Keep your Halloween activities both spook-tacular and healthy with a few simple tips and ideas.
The holidays have arrived! This year prepare something new and different by incorporating seasonal fruits and vegetables. Read more for ideas on how to make your holiday meals healthy and festive with seasonal produce.
Enjoy all the fruits that the fall harvest has to with apples! With more than 100 varieties of apples grown within the United States, there’s a favorite for everyone! Experiment with different colors, flavors, and varieties to choose the apples your family loves most.
Are you ready to celebrate pie season? With their rich smell and flaky crust, pies are a holiday essential! Celebrate a new approach to homemade pie, one that still embraces holiday flavors and warmth, with these healthy swaps and tips.
The holidays are approaching which means festive celebrations, especially around the dinner table! When preparing holiday dishes, it is always important to practice food safety not only to protect yourself, but also friends and family. Easy food safety practices can prevent food poisoning.