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Grocery store aisle packed with snacks

Keeping our bodies and minds in check should be one of our biggest priorities, and that goes double for our kiddos. We are inundated on a daily basis with “be fit” messages while simultaneously being tempted to indulge on a constant basis. It’s hard to manage all of those contradictory media conversations! But at the …

Track, soccer, softball, football, basketball, cheer, dance and more; this is the list of sports that can lead to one of the most frequent injuries in young, developing athletes. With spring in full bloom and practices in full swing, you may want to be informed about this achey, annoying, and sometimes chronic type of pain. …

Various smoothies in jars on table next to assorted fruits

Sweet, delicious, refreshing, and full of flavors, it’s time to gather some recipes for the kiddos to start sipping down some extra fruits and veggies. Smoothies are perfect for the pickiest of eaters; they can be dressed up as “dessert” or made to feel like an easy, nutrition-packed breakfast on the go. There are an …

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Whole Grain Classic Homemade Stuffing

Holiday meals seem to have become synonymous with several bites. Those bites include (but are certainly not limited to): desserts, roasted turkey, and the ever-popular stuffing. Sometimes referred to as dressing, depending on where you reside, this bready bout of goodness is a side dish, a meat filler, and one way to personalize your family …

Carrot and Goat Cheese

A nutrient-conscious dish does not have to be complicated. In fact, the best ones are the simplest to whip up in the kitchen. Whether it’s your breakfast, lunch, dinner, or snack, the easiest recipes can also be the best for you. If you’re on the hunt for a delicious bite without the guilt and without …

A box with jars of various pasta, grains, rice, and canned food

Sometimes you don’t have the time, the energy, or the willingness to make a complex dinner. Or it’s early in the morning and you just want to have something healthy to eat without having to combine twenty different ingredients to make it taste good. Or it’s a public health emergency that causes everything to shut …

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