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Fall Flavors

It’s safe to say fall is in full swing with winter around the corner! Fall is one of the best times of year for many reasons: changing foliage, football season, fall flavors and the start of the holidays! Colder days call for new recipes ranging from warm soups, stews, and […]

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Back to School Fuel

New school supplies, sneakers, backpack, and a lunch box–all the essentials for the start of a new school year! Schedules are hectic, but that does not mean healthy meals and snacks have to be a second thought. According to a study on dietary behaviors in school children, 45% percent of […]

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Stay Hydrated in the Summer Heat

Summer is officially here and in full effect and whether you’re heading to the shore, the lake, or the backyard we can be assured of one thing – it’s going to be hot! Hydration is important all year round, but the return of warm weather is the perfect time to […]

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National Brown Bag It Day – May 25th

It’s nearly impossible to keep track of over 1,200 National Days, but May 25th brings us one to put on your calendar. National Brown Bag It Day reminds everyone to skip the restaurant or cafeteria for a day and pack your lunch! Adults can brown bag it to work and […]

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Rethink Your Drink

Summer is fast-approaching and many, especially those of us in school, will need a few extra cups of coffee to push us through the home-stretch until we’re kicking back on vacation with a cold drink. Refreshing yourself on healthy beverage choices now can save you wondering where those extra pounds […]

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Put Your Best Fork Forward- National Nutrition Month

March is here again and almost gone, and while many of us are still awaiting warmer weather, it’s the perfect time of year for healthy eating – National Nutrition Month (NNM)! This year’s theme from the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics is “Put Your Best Fork Forward.” This theme reminds […]

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National Heart Health Month

Added sugars have become a hot topic in nutrition and most of us have been advised to reduce our intake of sugar-sweetened beverages and desserts. This National Heart Health Month, it’s important to understand the role of added sugars in cardiovascular disease and easy ways to reduce our intake without […]

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Beat the Winter Blues

You’ve made your New Year’s resolution and you’re all set to begin your healthy diet and exercise regimen. You even bought running shoes that match the color of your new juicer! But then you realize it’s only twenty degrees outside and all those bright summer fruits and vegetables are missing […]

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New Year’s Goals for 2017

New Year’s is right around the corner! There are often people on both sides of making resolutions. People who are against choosing this time of  year to make any resolutions and those that really embrace making resolutions or goals for the New Year. Studies show about 50% of Americans make […]

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Tips for a Happy & Healthy Holiday Season

Practice Mindful Eating Mindful eating is a practice that focuses on immersing oneself in the experience of eating and paying close attention to your body’s cues regarding hunger and fullness. With some practice, mindful eating can replace holiday diets and restrictions. Telling yourself “I can’t eat that” or “I can […]

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Lyme Disease & Other Stealth Pathogens

There is a lot of misinformation generated on social media about Lyme disease (Borrelia, Borreliosis) and other tick-borne illnesses. So, I thought it would be a good time to discuss some of the basics about Lyme disease and in the coming months I will cover some other areas.  I have […]

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Tricks for Healthy Fall Treats

The weather is cooling off, the leaves are changing color, and the holiday season is fast approaching. With the holidays come food, and a lot of it! But don’t worry; with a few simple tricks you can serve healthy fall-inspired drinks, meals, and desserts all season long. 1. Use Alternative […]

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Exciting New Eats at Expo East

Last Friday I was lucky to be able to attend New Hope Network’s Natural Products Expo East at the Baltimore Convention Center. The expo showcased healthy food and lifestyle products from around the country. I was amazed by the variety of products, and even more so by the creative minds […]

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Score an A+ with Breakfast

Back-to-school season is in full swing. Now that the pencils and notebooks have been bought, it is time to think about healthy breakfasts to fuel your children for a successful academic year. Students who regularly eat a healthy breakfast achieve better grades and higher test scores, especially in mathematics, and […]

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Survive your Summer Picnics!

As we seemingly skipped spring and sprung right into summer, picnic season is upon us, as well as International Picnic Day on Saturday, June 18, 2016. And interestingly enough, there are more benefits to enjoying a picnic than you may think! In addition to choosing healthy picnic recipes, which we’ll […]

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