Your Guide to 2015 Healthy Food Trends

It’s officially a new year and that means new food, nutrition and health trends. If your New Year resolutions include eating healthy, why not add adventure and try some of these trending foods? 

Big flavors without the calories: Pickling, fermenting and smoking foods is expected to take off in the […]

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More Cheese, Please!

Today (Jan. 20, 2015) is “National Cheese Lovers Day” for good reason. There is so much to love about this delicious dairy food. Cheese is the number-two source of calcium in our diet. Just one ounce of low-fat cheddar, Colby or Swiss has as much protein as an egg, […]

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By |January 20th, 2015||0 Comments

Stay in Flu-Fighting Shape

The flu. It’s that scary, three-letter word everyone’s trying to avoid this season. It hit the U.S. hard in December and continues to leave its mark on the unsuspecting and unprepared.

A rapid-acting virus, the flu can suddenly unleash havoc once it is contracted. Typical symptoms include high fever, runny […]

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By |January 12th, 2015||0 Comments

Happy National Pizza Week

What better way is there to start off the New Year than celebrating National Pizza Week?

Pizza is one of my family’s favorite foods and a regular in our meal rotation. Think pizza is off limits to those trying to maintain (or achieve) a healthy weight? Think again. Made the […]

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By |January 8th, 2015||0 Comments

AAP Stresses the Importance of Bone Health in Childhood

In a new clinical report, “Optimizing Bone Health in Children and Adolescents,” the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) discusses strategies pediatricians can use in health visits to optimize children’s bone health. The report supports that the primary source of nutrition for healthy infants should continue to be human breast […]

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